Title IX is the federal civil rights law that has protected women from sex discrimination in educational programs, including sports, for nearly 50 years. Female athletes today are facing the injustice of allowing transgender male athletes to participate in sports designated for women and girls. We encourage you to educate yourself on the threats to erase women’s sports and join CWA in taking action to stand with female athletes.
Help us defeat the deceptive “Equality Act” (H.R. 5) which would force female athletes to compete against biological males identifying as girls! The House has passed this extreme bill. Click HERE to ask your US. Senators to vote NO!
Action Center: Save Women's Sports
On his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that would allow students to play on sports teams based on their “gender identity,” not their biological sex. This means any male athlete could compete in sports for women or girls.
CWA is working tirelessly to protect women’s rights as athletes. The “Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act” will ensure that women’s sports are based on biological sex under Title IX. Under this legislation, it is a civil rights violation for schools receiving federal financial assistance to allow males, identifying as girls, to participate in all-female sports programs and activities.
Rep. Greg Steube (R-Florida) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) have introduced the “Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act” (H.R. 426, S. 251). CWA Legislative Action Committee sent this letter of endorsement in support.
Urge your members of Congress to cosponsor the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act.
On National Girls and Women in Sports Day, Young Women for America leaders Macy Petty and Chloe Satterfield joined Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-California) on a panel with…
To commemorate National Girls and Women in Sports Day, Young Women for America leaders Macy Petty and Chloe Satterfield were invited by Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy to tell…
For Immediate Release February 1, 2023 Contact: CWA Communications Teamcomms@cwfa.org MEDIA ADVISORY: Women’s Group Endorses Legislation to Protect Female Athletes on National Girls & Women in Sports Day Prevents males…
For Immediate Release January 31, 2023 Contact: CWA Communications Teamcomms@cwfa.org MEDIA ADVISORY: YWA Leaders to Join House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to Champion Women’s Sports Will expose unfair treatment of female…
The map below indicates states where legislatures have passed legislation or have proposed legislation this year to protect women’s sports from the transgender agenda.
Yellow – States with proposed legislation. Click on the state for legislation information.
Green – States where the legislation was passed and signed into law.
Fuchsia – States where a bill is moving through the legislature and has passed one or more chambers.
One of Biden’s first acts in office was signing an Executive Order that sets back nearly 50 years of Title IX protections for women. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is challenging the administration and seeking to level the playing field for young girls in sports. She joins Penny Nance on this episode of Concerned Women Today.
Doreen Denny, Concerned Women for America’s Vice President of Government Relations talks with Beth Stelzer, the founder of Save Women’s Sports. Beth is a powerlifter and she shares with us her unique personal story about transgender athlete participation in her sport. Through Save Women’s Sports, Beth is helping to preserve biology-based eligibility standards for participation in female sports.
Panel Discussion: Is it Fair Play? Women’s Athletics in the Age of Gender Identity
Doreen Denny participated on the panel “Is it Fair Play? Women’s Athletics in the Age of Gender Identity” hosted by The Heritage Foundation last year (4-8-2019) with Beth Stelzer, Save Women’s Sports, and others. Watch the full panel discussion below. Read Doreen Denny’s remarks here.
Doreen Denny discusses the threat to girl’s sports on The Ingraham Angle.
Podcast: Problematic Women
Concerned Women for America’s victory in a civil rights complaint against Franklin Pierce University in women’s sports is making headlines. Doreen Denny, CWA Vice President of Government Relations, joins Daily Signal’s Problematic Women podcast to discuss the outcome and progress in our efforts to restore fairness in female athletics.
Access the podcast here.
Webinar: The Future of Female Sports: Title IX
CWA’s Vice President of Government Relations, Doreen Denny, appeared on Save Women’s Sports webinar to discuss Title IX and the future of women’s sports in America including the need for passage of the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act of 2020. Listen to the entire show and hear Doreen Beginning at 35:30.
Washington Watch with Tony Perkins
October 21, 2020
CWA’s Vice President of Government Relations, Doreen Denny, appeared on Washington Watch with Tony Perkins to discuss Franklin Pierce University rescinding a transgender sports policy.
July 30, 2020
CWA’s Vice President of Government Relations, Doreen Denny, appeared on Washington Watch with Tony Perkins to discuss Title IX in a post-Bostock age, CWA’s work to protect Title IX, and CWA’s letter to the NCAA Board of Governors.
May 29, 2020
CWA’s Vice President of Government Relations, Doreen Denny, appeared on Washington Watch with Tony Perkins to discuss the recent Department of Education ruling that the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference’s (CIAC) policy allowing biological males to compete in women’s sports violates Title IX. She was featured along with Christiana Holcomb, Legal Counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom.
Petitioning the IOC
This is a crucial time in women’s sports. The 2020 Olympic games have been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and this gives them valued time to examine transgender participation guidelines.
Click here to learn more about our partnership with Save Women’s Sports who has galvanized women’s organizations from around the world to petition the International Olympic Committee to change its policy.