The ‘Save Women’s Sports’ bill targets transgender children

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A bill that would go through Missouri legislation would prevent transgender girls from playing women’s sports, forcing them to play with a team that matches the gender assigned to them at birth.

The The “Save Women’s Sports” act was presented this year by Senator Mike Moon. The round also took place during the 2021 legislative session. Similar drafts have been introduced – and adopted – across the country, and many of them represent a model law that comes from a conservative Christian advocacy group. The alliance defends freedom.

Wednesday St. Louis on the air, two LBGTQ + advocates and parents of transgender children will discuss the law. Maharat Rori Picker Neiss, Executive Director of the Jewish Community Relations Council in St. Louis, will join, along with Jennifer Harris Dault, a Mennonite pastor in St. Louis.

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