Biden Lets Transgender Athletes Compete Against Biological Females, Chill In Locker Room

by Tyler Durden
Thursday, Jan 21, 2021 – 17:00

On Wednesday, President Biden signed a flurry of 14 ‘Day One’ Executive Orders, most of which are targeted at walking back President Trump’s agenda – such as stopping border wall construction, rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement, rejoining the World Health Organization, and ending the Keystone XL pipeline.

One of the orders, titled “Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation,” has been advertised as providing workplace protections for gay and transgender individuals. The EO, however, also reinstates the Obama-era Title IX regulations which allow biologically male transgender athletes to compete in women’s sports – a topic of heated debate as biologically female competitors continue suffer defeat at the hands of individuals with a well-established physical advantage.

Connecticut transgender athlete Andraya Yearwood dominates the 2018 state championships – setting records in the girls 100-meter and 200-meter races

President Trump famously ended the Title IX transgender provisions, saying that the Obama administration falsely identified sex as “gender identity” vs. “biological gender.”

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