South_agency/E+/Getty Images On Thursday, Iowa Republican Governor Kim Reynolds signed a bill banning biological males from competing in women’s sports programs offered by educational institutions, making Iowa the 11th state to pass such a ban. In a statement, Reynolds called the ban “a victory for girls’ sports in Iowa,” saying that “Forcing females to compete against males is the opposite of inclusivity and it’s absolutely unfair.”
While the “transgender” train has plugged along without much in the way of interference until lately, more and more states seem to be realizing that there is a fundamental difference between males and females. On of those differences is that males — as a rule — are stronger and have more stamina than females. As Reynolds said in her statement : This is a victory for girls’ sports in Iowa. No amount of talent, training or effort can make up for the natural physical advantages males have over females. It’s simply a reality of human biology. And the bill does not only address sports at the college level. HF 2416 governs sports programs at every school level in Iowa, requiring student athletes to only participate in sports based on the biological sex listed on their birth certificate. It also requires schools to designate sporting events as either co-ed, male, or female. As Reynolds explained in a press release, “No student will be prevented from playing a sport that matches his or her biological sex, or a sport designated as co-ed.”
But while there is clearly no discrimination (in the sense of negatively targeting someone for exclusion) in the bill, that fact did not prevent the LGBTQ+ lobby from blasting the bill as an “unjustified law” that caused “young people in Iowa [to be] cruelly kicked out of school sports.”
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