It’s About Fairness
In 1972 the US Congress passed an education bill known as Title IX (“Title 9”). It is an anti-discrimination bill focused largely upon women in education. It has since been remembered for its impact upon female sports in schools.
Today, a radical movement threatens the gains made by this historic act.
One would think that common sense does not need a scientific study if it truly is common. Recently, a study published by three New Zealand scholars in the Journal of Medical Ethics, reached the obvious conclusion that biological males possess physiological and performance advantages over biological females in sports.
This is why Indiana State Representative Christy Stutzman has authored House Bill 1088 – The Fair Play for Female Athletes Act.
This legislation simply states that no one born a male may compete in school-sponsored competitive girls’ sports. It’s a simple bill about preserving fair competition for 500,000 female students in Indiana’s K-12 schools.
Recently, tennis superstar, Martina Navratilova, also a homosexual activist, wrote in The London Times, “Letting men compete as women simply if they change their name and take hormones is unfair. . . To put the argument at its most basic: a man can decide to be female, take hormones if required by whatever sporting organization is concerned, win everything in sight and perhaps earn a small fortune, and then reverse his decision and go back to making babies if he so desires. It’s insane and it’s cheating . . . It would not be fair.”
We agree. It isn’t fair. It doesn’t belong in Indiana K-12 schools. That is why HB 1088 needs your support. Please call your State Representative at 317-232-9600 and ask them to support Indiana House Bill 1088.
You can find who your legislator is, and also email him or her here: http://iga.in.gov/legislative/find-legislators/
Call your member of the Indiana House at 317-232-9600 in support of HB 1088.