Will you let the best female athlete be a male?

April 20

Imagine a world where schools no longer offer competitive athletics. Instead, even those who work hard, have talent, and should be at the top of their sport, watch as the gold medal is handed to someone who entered with an unfair advantage.

For female athletes, that possibility may be one step closer to reality, thanks to the Biden Administration.

Women deserve a fair shot in sports, but when males are allowed to compete in female sports contests, that fair shot disappears. Males have an undeniable biological advantage over female athletes – but the Biden Administration wants them to compete with females anyway.

FPA has been fighting hard to protect female athletes. Now, we need your help to continue this fight because it’s far from over! Will you consider giving $50, $100 or $500 or more today?

The Biden Administration has embraced policies and rules that promote radical gender ideology, including the belief that men should be allowed to compete in girls’ and women’s sports. The result? Women lose out on championships, scholarships, and other opportunities meant just for them.

In President Biden’s vision of America, the best female athlete might just be a male.

In fact, officials at the Biden Administration are so committed to their ideology that they recently released a proposal that would target states that are protecting female athletes!

And now, radical transgender activists are protesting women who have spoken out on this issue. Athletes like Riley Gaines – a 12-time All-American swimmer who competed against male swimmer Lia Thomas – have been discriminated against and even attacked by transgender activists during speaking engagements at liberal college campuses, assaulted for simply speaking out.

At Family Policy Alliance, we’re standing up for female athletes. Just this month alone, we’ve joined with national allies in speaking out against the Biden Administration, rallied values-minded Americans like you to support Congress in passing of the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act today, and worked behind the scenes on Capitol Hill to share the message that female athletes deserve protection from this discrimination.

None of that would be possible without your support. But our work to save girls sports is not over – not by a long shot.

Will you join FPA in speaking out by giving a generous donation today?

At this point in our nation’s history, it’s difficult to imagine girls not having a level playing field – and that’s why we need your help more than ever. Please consider giving to save girls’ sports today.

For female athletes across the country,

Ruth Ward
Director, Government Affairs