Oppose SB 263
Recently, Connecticut runner Selina Soule was beaten by two muscular young men in a girls’ high school track championship, missing out on a chance to compete before college coaches.
“We all know the outcome of the race before it starts; it’s demoralizing,” she said of having to compete against men who identify as women. She is joined in her call for fairness by feminist tennis legend Martina Navratilova, former gymnast Gabby Logan and ex-Olympic swimmer Sharron Davis.
While the world begins to wake up to consequences of gender ideology, New Hampshire wades deeper into the mire with SB 263, which would allow gender dysphoric students to sue their schools for refusing to pretend they’re members of the opposite sex. A 220 pounds, 6-foot-5 boy could win a lawsuit against his school for having been denied a spot on the girls’ varsity basketball team. How is this fair?
Soon we’ll remember the differences between men and women. As Horace said, “You may drive out Nature with a pitchfork, yet she still will hurry back,” but how many people will we hurt in the meantime?
Please contact your New Hampshire state representatives and ask them to vote against SB 263, and call Gov. Chris Sununu, 603-271-2121, and ask him to pick up a red pen if this bill crosses his desk.