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Because of your prayers and support, ADF has become one of the most successful U.S. Supreme Court advocates, having won 11 cases at the high court since 2011!

It is our prayer that God will deliver another Supreme Court victory in Chike’s case. Courts should hold government officials accountable when they violate someone’s First Amendment rights.

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Activists continue to oppose efforts to protect #FairPlay at every turn. If they get their way, female athletes will soon end up on the sidelines of their own sports. 

Our government needs to know that you support protecting female athletes from being forced to compete against biological males. The future of these young women—girls like your daughters and granddaughters—is at stake.

You can make your voice heard. Sign the petition today to encourage the Trump Administration and Members of Congress to safeguard the athletic and academic futures of young women across the country. 

1. I am standing with all female student athletes nationwide.

2. I am asking the Trump Administration to provide clear guidelines through the Department of Education that “sex” does not include “gender identity” in female athletics.

3. I am asking Congress to support legislation that protects female athletes.