Oklahoma Governor Passes Save Women’s Sports Act

Get ready for the pushback to support men dominating women’s sports.

A new bill just signed by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is about to create an uproar.

The Save Women’s Sports Act is now law.

It’s’ About Fairness

I continue to wait for feminists to step up to the plate on this issue.

Right now, however, everyone is terrified of criticizing the transgender movement.

Personally, I could care less about what people do with their lives, but how their choices impact others concerns me.

If Joe wants to become Josephine and put on a dress… well, that is on Joe.

But when Joe wants to go into a women’s bathroom or play women’s sports, well, now we have an issue.

Governor Stitt stated, “Biological males cannot compete in women’s sports.

“We’re not going to let it be an unfair advantage against them.

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

I don’t’ care what hormones you take and what you identify as, a man is a man and a woman is a woman.

I just heard Dave Chappelle discuss this during a recent routine.

He wondered how people would feel if LeBron James suddenly identified as a woman, joined the WNBA, and started lighting up the board like we have never seen before.

Seriously, what player in the WNBA would be able to stop him.

Lia Thomas was hardly the talent in swimming that James is in the NBA, and he is crushing women’s records left and right.

What happens when a man starts playing more physical sports, like lacrosse or women’s ice hockey?

What about the women who miss out on accolades and scholarships because of the men that are suddenly competing as women?

Just like Stitt said… it is just common sense.

Source: Fox News


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