“Biological Males Cannot Compete In Women’s Sports”; Governor For Oklahoma Kevin Stitt Signs “Save Women’s Sports Act” 

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It was recently reported that Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt told Fox News the “Save Women’s Sports Act” would prevent female athletes from competing against biological males, who he said would have an unfair biological advantage.

“Biological males cannot compete in women’s sports,” the Republican governor told Fox News. “We’re not going to let it be an unfair advantage against them.

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“I just think it’s common sense,” Stitt added.

The bill says that student-athletes can only play on sports teams matching their biological sex. A dozen other states have signed similar laws.

“It’s important for me to protect women and girls in sports,” Stitt said. “I’ve got a daughter that’s going to be standing behind me, as well as a lot of other women and girls.”

“They train and put their whole effort into competing and being the best that they can be,” he added.

Former University of Oklahoma cheerleader Alyssa Amundsen, who also stood behind the governor as he signed the bill, told Fox News: “It’s no secret that there is a biological difference between males and females.”

“Our predecessors worked so hard and a had a huge victory with Title IX,” Amundsen continued. “I think we owe it to them and we owe it to future generations of girls to pass this bill.”

A University of Oklahoma track and field athlete, Levi Gladd, felt similarly.

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“I don’t think that it’s fair if women aren’t given the same opportunities or to have these opportunities taken away by biological things that they can’t deal with, or overcome,” Gladd told Fox News.

Debate over transgender athletes escalated in recent months, as Lia Thomas, a University of Pennsylvania excelled in women’s swimming after competing as a male for three years. Thomas earlier this month became the first transgender athlete to win an NCAA Division I title.

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