California’s transgender Republican candidate, Bruce Jenner (Bruce Jenner) won a gold medal in Montreal’s decathlon in 1976. He said: “This is a matter of justice.”
Mexico City (APRO). ?? Transgender Republican California Governor Caitlyn Jenner (Caitlyn Jenner) candidate, Bruce Jenner (Bruce Jenner) who won the decathlon gold medal in 1976 before her transition called it unfair in Montreal ? Transgender girls participated in the school-applied women’s sports.
“This is a matter of justice,” the Olympic medalist announced to TMZ reporters in 2015 that he had transgendered.
This is why I am opposed to trans boys who participate in girls’ sports at school. It’s just not fair. She said in an interview with bankers in Malibu on May 1 (Saturday) that we must protect the girls’ movement in schools.
This year, five states have implemented laws or issued administrative orders to restrict the ability of transgender people to exercise or receive medical care.
Jenner supported Republican President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, but later criticized his government for discriminating transgender people.
Despite this, she still failed to persuade the community to become the main activist of the cause.
The National College Athletic Association (NCAA), which regulates college sports in the United States, has warned that it will hold championship games in non-discriminatory venues.
The NCAA Board of Directors strongly supports the opportunity for transgender student athletes to participate in college sports. Inclusiveness and fairness can coexist for all student athletes (including transgender athletes) at all sports levels.
The board of directors will monitor the situation related to the participation of transgender athletes, because of the environment? It may affect the venue of the league.
When determining tournament venues, NCAA policy stipulates that only venues where the organizer can commit to providing a safe, healthy and non-discriminatory environment should be selected.
He said in a statement: “We will continue to monitor these situations closely to determine whether the NCAA tournament can be held in a way that welcomes and respects all participants.”