Transgender activists initially wanted people to believe that they just want to be left alone, but that is no longer the case.
Now they want to force their agenda into every aspect of American life.
But their plan just went down in flames after the transgender lobby got news that will destroy their agenda.
The fight against the transgender agenda is now being waged in our bathrooms and our schools.
Men who believe they are women believe they should have all the rights that those who are born women have, including access to women’s restrooms, changing rooms, and sports teams.
But a high school senior in Glastonbury, Connecticut is fighting back, filing a complaint with the federal government.
And so far 117,000 people have signed a petition supporting her effort.
A LifeSiteNews petition has gone viral in support of a female athlete who must run races against boys who identify as “girls” because of state requirements in Connecticut.
Since its launch two weeks ago, more than 117,000 signatures have been added to the petition in support of a complaint filed by Selina Soule with the U.S. Department of Education. Selina is a high school senior from Glastonbury, Connecticut, who lodged a complaint with the federal government along with two other female athletes, who remain unnamed because of their fear of retaliation. The complaint alleges that the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) discriminated against biological girls and violated their title IX rights.
The Office of Civil Rights of the Department of Education will investigate the girls’ claim that CIAC requires female athletes to compete against biological males in school athletics. While Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972 was intended to ensure that girls and boys would have the same access to school sports, it did not contemplate the onset of transgender ideology and that biological boys would want to compete against biological girls. The language in Title IX does not mention “gender identity,” in which discrimination could be alleged.
Across the country, boys who claim they are girls are getting involved in female athletics, often becoming the clear winner.
This is one case where somebody is finally fighting back and refusing to allow this unfairness to go on.
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