Kansas made history as the first state in the union to pass a bill legally defining ‘woman’ as, shockingly, actually biological woman.
Earth-shattering revelation, right?
This was done out of necessity to stop pretending to be women or vice versa from single-sex areas such as bathrooms and changing rooms.
Legislation, titled the Women’s Bill of Rights, was passed by lawmakers this week and automatically met with tears and outrage from Democrats, who called it “equally offensive” to trans and cisgender women.
For the record of people living in the real world – ‘Cisgender’ is a coined term for people who know what their sexuality is.
In an interview with The Washington TimesSenator Erickson, who supported the bill, said, “What it does is simply codify the definition of sexuality in law.
“It’s just an existing statute or law that says there’s a definition of sex, which means biological male and female determined at birth. It’s factual, it’s very objective.
Yes! I was able to respond to his incredibly false claim that Thomas was ranked 6th nationally. It’s in Kansas regarding SB180, the Women’s Bill of Rights, which in the Legislature designates “woman” as (pre-existing and future) your biological sex (XX). pic.twitter.com/y06vavapYU
— Riley Gaines (@Riley_Gaines_) February 16, 2023
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What is a woman?
The Women’s Bill of Rights states that a woman is “a person whose biological reproductive system has been developed to produce an egg” while ‘man’ refers to someone whose reproductive system has been “developed to fertilize a female’s ovum.”
The bill largely protects the safety of women and the integrity of women’s sports, which have been central to many transgender debates, as men who claim to be women are destroying them in sports specifically reserved for female athletes.
While mainstream media and entertainment outlets portray it as socially acceptable for men to take scholarships, awards and wins from female athletes, the data shows that this is simply not the case.
Type of Bounding in Sports:
A recent poll conducted by the Washington Post and the University of Maryland reveals that 58% of Americans oppose transgender athletes competing in women’s sports at the college level, and only 28% support it. Additionally, 68% of respondents said that transgender girls have a competitive advantage over other girls…
The survey was conducted online between May 4-17, 2022 among a random national sample of 1,503 adults. 58% of Americans oppose transgender athletes competing with girls at the professional level, 55% at the high school level and 49% at the youth sports level. The poll comes after Louisiana passed a law last week banning girls from participating in college and high school sports. Louisiana is the 18th state to pass such legislation.
Outside the world of sports, this prevents transgender men and women from making significant changes to their birth certificates and driver’s licenses in order to bypass any imposed restrictions.
Bill language for the Kansas Women’s Bill of Rights can be found here. @IWV https://t.co/hd3ogMtn2Y
— Ginny Gentles (@ginnygentles) February 17, 2023
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Democrats abandoned real women
Jennifer Braceras, director of the Independent Women’s Legal Center, also spoke in support of the bill.
“It codifies the existing constitutional jurisprudence and the standard of interim review that we all depend on to protect women’s rights,” she said.
“But recognize that there are certain situations in which men and women can be segregated without violating the Constitution,” including “bathrooms, prisons, sports, domestic-violence shelters, etc.”
Senators voted 26-10 to approve this bill, and you can clearly see that not a single Democrat voted to protect real women’s rights and natural identities. Passing it in the Senate chamber will make supporters want to pop the champagne, but now is not the time to do so.
The bill has yet to be sent to Governor Laura Kelly, who has already vetoed two previous versions of the bill.
It is truly sad that we, the most educated and privileged civilization in human history, with all our inventions and modern advances, regardless of religion, politics or personal opinion, do not protect the basic truths that no human being in the state of nature can transcend. Gender.
Men are men, women are women, water is wet, gravity exists. These were basic truths, but now we are willingly refusing to accept them from individuals who want to remake reality in their own, distorted image.
Just last year, then-Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was unable to define what a ‘woman’ was when she was moving ahead with the Supreme Court nomination process in the US Senate.
Justice Jackson was objectively a wise woman; She really didn’t don’t know Whatever the woman was, she lied because that’s what the base of today’s Democratic Party wanted her to say.
What other truths are we willing to deny today to get what we want?
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