Parliament Mississippi made a decision to ban transgender athletes from participating in women’s sports at the high school and college levels..
The decision was taken under the vote count from 81 to 28, although the Senate had already approved Banning the participation of transgender athletes in women’s sports By 34 votes to 9.
They are still waiting for Republican Tate Reeves to sign the bill.
The issue of transgender athletes has been debated for years and decisions have been split into two halves, those who agree with it and those who categorically reject it; They’re even the same athletes who disagree because they consider trans women to retain the muscle strength characteristic typical of men, and it has nothing to do with them, but the nature of their bodies.
Idaho, in the northwestern United States, was The first country to ban transgender athletes from competing in women’s sports (In addition to enacting laws that prevent them from changing birth certificates) because male and female physiology have certain differences that make athletic abilities asymmetric, such as natural testosterone, hemoglobin, body fat, carbohydrates, and others.
Of course, all of these decisions have been rejected by the LGBT + community in the United States because they view them as discriminatory and harmful.
Former US President Donald Trump, during his first speech after leaving office, mocked transsexuals and protested their participation in female sport: “Women and young women are angry because they are now forced to compete against those who are biological males. This is not good for women.”
Trump concluded, “It’s not good for women’s sports that have worked so long and hard to get where they were.”