Trans are free to compete in public school competition says Illan Omar.
So is it OK for trans [young men who become women] to compete in public school weight lifting competition? Yes, says Democrat from Minnesota Illan Omar, it’s fine for school age trans to compete in public school athletics. Others think trans competition is not fair.
Here’s Rep. Illan Omar’s words:
“The myth that trans women have a ‘direct competitive advantage’ is not supported by medical science, and it continues to stoke fear and violence against one of the most at-risk communities in the world,” So says Illan Omar.
Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar wrote in a January letter to Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, urging him to investigate USA Powerlifting for barring male weightlifters from female events.
Democrats’ Equality Act would make “gender identity” a protected category under federal anti-discrimination laws and would force public schools to expand female athletic teams to include biological males who identify as transgender girls.
Aptos Psychologist: Up to age 14-15 young women can successfully compete with young men in soccer. By age 15-16 young men win overwhelmingly against young women. Bodies simply change. A age 15-16 year old former male who now identifies and changes to be a female trans will win overwhelmingly against typical developing females.
Illam Omar, who was brought into the USA by Somalian adults who thwarted immigration laws, now supports trans thwarting the rules that have long defined high school sports.