Team Biden’s strategic plan to erase womanhood

March 29, 2022

By Bethany Kozma and Lauren Baldwin

By Bethany Kozma and Lauren Baldwin

Promising to unify the nation through big government-sponsored gender equity and women’s rights, President Biden stated: “This moment demands a bold and united response — a commitment to do more than just rebuild to a status quo that wasn’t working for women and girls, but rather to build back better.”

Rather than unifying the nation, Mr. Biden incited division when he signed an executive order on his first day in office, expanding the longstanding definition of “sex” from purely biological males and females, to include abstract concepts such as “gender identity” that have particular impacts on competitive women’s sports.

Look no further for the policy’s consequences than transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, who made history this month as the first transgender woman to win an NCAA swimming championship. Competing on the University of Pennsylvania’s male swim team for three years before competing on the women’s team, Thomas has taken advantage of the anti-woman policies of the Biden administration and the NCAA, subsequently shattering records as a transitioned woman.

Who ultimately suffers the consequences of this radical redefinition? Women — one-half of America’s citizens. Mr. Biden’s rewrite of biological reality will continue to result in the male domination of female spaces and erosion of female privacy within restrooms, locker rooms, prisons and shelters, putting women and girls in danger.

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