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Help Defend Truth for the Sake of Women’s Sports

In Connecticut, boys who identify as female can compete in girls’ athletic events. As a result, female athletes like Selina Soule, Alanna Smith, Chelsea Mitchell, and Ashley Nicoletti have been deprived of honors and opportunities to compete at elite levels.

It’s wrong. It’s not a fair playing field. And you can help do something about it.

If we stand on the sidelines, women and girls—maybe even one of your loved ones—will soon be forced to become spectators in their own sports.

A broad coalition of athletes, Olympians, coaches, sports officials, 23 states, and several athletic and advocacy organizations have already rallied in support of female athletes and their rights.

And now we’re calling on you. Right now, will you commit to giving a monthly gift of $19 to help defend the truth for the sake of women’s sports? Every dollar you donate is tax-deductible and goes a long way toward furthering our efforts in court on behalf of women and girls all over the country.

And this case could result in a history-defining moment.

“Civil rights laws like Title IX were written to protect girls,” says one of the female athletes. “Not set them up to fail like the administration is doing with its rewriting of this federal law.”

Donate today to help us stand for female athletes everywhere.

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