Men don't belong in women's sports

Activists are pushing policies that allow men who identify as women to invade female spaces. Now this mindset is infiltrating the world of sports—and it’s affecting young women across the country. These policies are robbing girls of athletic opportunities, dreams of competing at the next level, and even potential scholarships.


What if this was your daughter or granddaughter?

Take a look at what’s happening in Connecticut. Two high school male athletes who identify as female have won 15 women’s championship titles that were once held by nine different girls. Female athletes are losing medals and podium spots to men, and they stay silent out of fear of retaliation and backlash. But with the help of Alliance Defending Freedom, a few brave young women are taking a public stand against the harmful policies that are threatening their academic and athletic futures.

Now, the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights has agreed to investigate the situation in Connecticut. The outcome of the investigation could impact young women nationwide.

Watch the Video

Related Videos


The federal government’s decision to investigate the situation in Connecticut is an important first step toward justice for girls like Selina Soule and Alanna Smith. But activists will 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 Alanna, Selina, and 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 mean "gender identity" in female athletics.
  3. I am asking Congress to support legislation that protects female athletes.