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Biological Differences Between Men and Women

NCAA men's relay race
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By: Gregory A. Brown – nationalreview.com

As schools across the country are closing one calendar year and preparing for the next, state legislatures are battling a question that will have repercussions both inside and outside school walls: Should schools keep sports separate by biological sex or allow students to compete based on one’s gender identity?

Currently, 22 states (most recently, Missouri, just this month) have passed laws requiring that only those who are of the female sex can participate in girls’ and women’s sports. And while states such as Connecticut are being challenged in court for allowing biological males to compete against females, states such as West

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Source: Biological Differences between Men and Women Matter in Sports | National Review