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NCAA, Women’s Sports Foundation, Turn National Girls and Women’s Sports Day On Its Head

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Last week, National Collegiate Athletic Association (N CAA) President Charlie Baker headlined an event at the Library of Congress to celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day, writes Concerned Women for America (CWA) Senior Advisor Doreen Denny in an op-ed in The Washington Times.  The irony is, the NCAA, the sponsoring organization and most of the members of Congress in attendance support allowing trans-identifying males in women’s athletic events and have turned their backs on female competitors. “The Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act, which passed the House last year, actually would ‘safeguard and further’ opportunities for female athletes in sports governed by Title IX, ensuring women’s sports are for women only as intended. No one in Congress who opposes the bill will admit they are elevating the desires of men who identify as women above the rights of female student-athletes. But they are.”

Read Doreen’s op-ed: NCAA, Women’s Sports Foundation turn National Girls and Women’s Sports Day on its head – Washington Times-/