This New York county just banned trans-identifying males from participating in girls' sports
· Feb 25, 2024 ·

New York's Nassau County will no longer allow men to play women's sports.

County Executive Bruce Blakeman signed the executive order on Thursday, and it only applies to girls' sports. Nassau County has introduced a ban on transgender athletes competing in female competitive sports at county-run facilities.

The ban is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation and goes into effect immediately.

In signing the executive order, which put the ban into effect Thursday, County Executive Bruce Blakeman said the order only applies to female competitive sports, not co-ed sports, or in sports where biological females want to compete against males.

It's crazy to me that this is what it's come to, but you love to see it.

Blakeman said in a statement,

If a league or team identifies themselves or advertises themselves to be a girls' or women's team, then biological males should not be competing in those leagues. They can compete, if they'd like, in an all boys or all males league or a co-ed league, so this is not precluding anybody from participating in sports.

Exactly. Transgender athletes should be allowed to play sports. There's no doubt about that. No matter what the left says, we're not over here trying to take people's rights away. You just don't have a right to infiltrate girls' sports if you're a guy. Very simple.

Here's that press conference:

You guys are going to love this response from Clown World though.

New York LGBT Network called the executive order illegal.

'We are profoundly disappointed in Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman's announcement of an executive order aimed at banning transgender athletes from participating in sports teams that align with their gender identity,' said Dr. David Kilmnick, the group's president and founder, in a statement. 'This discriminatory move not only undermines the principles of inclusivity and fairness but also perpetuates harmful stereotypes and exclusion.'

They also noted that the order aims to solve a problem that doesn't exist.

Okay ...

I could go on and on.

So yeah, doesn't look like a non-existent problem to me.

We need to see more cities, counties, and states making moves like this one.

It's the only way to put an end to this madness.

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