Join Georgia’s Female Senator in Fight to Save Girls’ Sports
We’ve heard it over and over this election—all eyes are on Georgia. The entire nation waits for the runoff elections in Georgia that will determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. But that’s not the only thing happening in Georgia.
The Peach State’s Senator Kelly Loeffler introduced groundbreaking legislation in D.C. to save girls’ sports. If passed, the bill would help ensure that only girls play in girls’ sports. As a former athlete and co-owner of a WNBA team, Senator Loeffler knows how valuable the opportunity to compete fairly in sports is to girls and women.
Yet in some states, female athletes are already forced to compete against boys and men for the sake of “politics.” Only one state, Idaho, has passed a law to preserve girls’ sports for only girls—standing up to activists and politicians who would destroy female athletics for the sake of allowing men, who identify as girls, to compete in female divisions.
Sadly, Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi have pledged to make legislation that would cave to transgender ideology and political agendas their top priority. Senator Loeffler’s legislation could not have come at a more critical time.
Senator Loeffler’s bill, S.4649, would make it a violation of Title IX for schools to allow biologically male students who identify as female to play in girls’ sports. Title IX is the federal law that protects equal educational opportunities – including school athletic opportunities – for girls.
Five cosponsors joined Senator Loeffler’s bill as cosponsors: Senator Mike Lee (Utah), Senator James Lankford (Oklahoma), Senator Marsha Blackburn (Tennessee), Senator Tom Cotton (Arkansas), and Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (Mississippi). That means there are 44 other senators whose names should be on this common-sense bill! Girls’ sports should not be a partisan issue, nor should it be the pawn of political activists.
Ask your senators to sign onto Senator Loeffler’s bill now—it only takes 1 minute through our Action Center.
Idaho should not be the only state in the nation that believes girls’ sports are worth protecting for girls.
Join Senator Loeffler in saving girls’ sports!
As a former female athlete myself, I can’t thank you enough!
Vice President for Strategy
P.S. After you’ve asked your senators to sign onto Senator Loeffler’s bill, if you’d like to thank Senator Loeffler for her efforts to save girls’ sports, we’ve also made it easy for you to do that through our action center! Thank Senator Loeffler now!