What do Joe Rogan, Ben Shapiro, and Abigail Shrier have to say about trans-women (biological men) competing in women’s athletics?
Currently, Utah and other states are at a crossroads: We need to decide if we value the new NCAA compliance standards, more than the gains that women have achieved in athletics. The new NCAA standards allow trans girls to compete in girls’ athletics. And the Equality Act, should it pass the Senate would “completely destroy women’s athletics” according to Abigail Shrier. Ben Shapiro and Joe Rogan share this sentiment.
The Equality Act will make it illegal for any school athletic department to not allow biological boys who identify as women to share locker rooms and compete against women. The Act would also require women’s prisons to accept men who identify as women with all the same rights and privileges as women. Shrier points out when this policy was recently enacted in a Washington State prison, about one dozen men transferred to the women’s correctional facility. One of the men then allegedly raped a woman inmate.
The Equality Act will likely not pass in the U.S. Senate unless the Democrats gain an additional ten Republican Senators to support the bill. The bill would alter the Civil Rights Legislation which amended the Constitution, allowing transgender women to have all of the same rights as biological women, which would allow little boys who identify as women to enter into girls’ locker rooms and begin showering with them.
The bill ignores the facts of biology that men have a huge advantage in all sports and that even when men identify as women they still completely obliterate the competition, as Joe Rogan explains has happened in women’s MMA fights that have involved men competing against women in fighting.
Abigail Shrier further explains that in women’s powerlifting ladies can lift about half as much as the strongest men. She further explains that all former women’s athletics school records will be erased because they will all be replaced by men who identify as women.
How could this be considered a victory for women? Please tell us your comments and thoughts below.
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