Tell Your Senators to Protect Women and Girls in Sports
Recently the House passed The Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act. This bill would ensure that any school or college sports funded by Title IX would not allow biological males to compete against female athletes.
Following the House’s passage of the bill, Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) asked the Senate for unanimous consent to do the same. Democrats refused.
That means it’s time to speak out. Senators are elected to represent the interests of their constituents. Tell your senators how you feel about The Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act—and encourage them to support an official vote in the upper chamber.
You can easily contact your senators today. Feel free to sign your name to our suggested message or edit the message to reflect your exact concerns.