• Home
  • Blog
  • Sixth grade girls allegedly coaxed into ‘secret’ club that hides gender transition from parents

Sixth grade girls allegedly coaxed into ‘secret’ club that hides gender transition from parents


Still 'fine-tuning' our process. You can get to the original article HERE

Reprinted from Sara Carter's news page.

President Joe Biden’s Secretary of Education is stumped as to what a woman is. During a House Appropriations Committee hearing, Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona engaged in a “tense back-and-forth” with Georgia Republican Representative Andrew Clyde on Tuesday.

Cardona was defending proposed changes to Title IX rules “that would make it illegal for schools to ban transgender athletes from playing on sports teams consistent with their gender identity” reports the New York Post.

The New York Post reports:

The tentative Title IX rule change unveiled by the Biden administration earlier this month would forbid schools that receive federal funding from implementing a “one size fits all” policy for athletes, but does allow discretion to impose team eligibility rules that would restrict a transgender student’s participation in certain sports if it serves “important educational objectives” — such as competitive fairness and reduction of injury risk.

Schools that choose to impose limits must “minimize harms” to students who lose out on athletics opportunities, the proposal says.

Not only was Cardona unable to say how much the proposed rule would cost taxpayers, but he also failed to respond to the question, “Can you please tell me or can you please define for me what is a woman?” from Representative Clyde.

Cardona deflected the question, stating only that the Department of Education’s focus “is to provide equal access to students including students who are LGBTQ – access free from discrimination.”

Cylde continued with his line of questioning on gender, again asking “What’s the definition of a woman?”

See also....
Iran’s nuclear facility ‘so deep underground’ airstrikes ‘likely couldn’t reach it’

“I think that’s almost secondary to the important role that I have as secretary of education,” Cardona said.

When asked again, Cardona answered that his job” is to make sure that all students have access to public education, which includes co-curricular activities.”

The Biden administration official also refused to go on record with his beliefs on whether “a biological male who self-identifies as a woman should be allowed to compete in women’s sports,” only responding that “all students” should have access to school sports.

“Preventing students from participating on a sports team consistent with their gender identity can stigmatize and isolate them,” the White House said after unveiling the proposed change to the 51-year-old Title IX rules. “This is different from the experience of a student who is not selected for a team based on their skills.”

“Through the Department of Education, President Biden, in my opinion, is attempting to weaponize Title IX, morphing it from a law that protects women to a law that disadvantages or endangers women. Further, the department is doing so with taxpayer dollars, an action that spotlights were your and your president’s true priorities lie in my opinion,” Clyde said.

You may like

NOTE: The opinions expressed in the Sara Carter posts are not necessarily (but probably pretty much) the opinions of Cogny Mann.

About the Author

Follow me

{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}