Joe Biden dismantles Trump-era rules to protect transgender pretenders and undermine women’s rights in schools

Joe Biden is dismantling the Trump-era Title IX rules in order to protect transgender pretenders and undermine the rights of women in school athletics.

Biden is putting forth their on version of the rule claiming that schools aren’t allowed to discriminate based on ‘gender identity’ and ‘sexual orientation’.

Because it’s an election year, Biden isn’t putting in the language to force schools to allow transgender pretenders in female sports.

Here’s more from Fox News:

The Biden administration has unveiled new rules aimed at safeguarding LGBTQ+ students and changing the ways in which sexual harassment and assault claims are adjudicated on campus.

The new provisions are part of a revised Title IX regulation issued by the Education Department, fulfilling a campaign pledge by President Biden to revamp those issued during the Trump administration.

Missing from the new rule, however, is a policy forbidding schools from enacting outright bans on transgender athletes competing against biological females.

The Biden administration was widely expected to bring in such a policy but has instead put the provision on hold. The delay is widely seen as a political maneuver during an election year in which Republicans have rallied around bans on transgender athletes in girls’ sports.

Under the new rules, sex discrimination includes discrimination based on gender identity as well as sexual orientation. A school must not separate or treat people differently based on sex, except in limited circumstances, under the provisions and critics say that the change will allow locker rooms and bathrooms to be based on gender identity.

LGBTQ+ students who face discrimination will be entitled to a response from their school under Title IX, and those failed by their schools can seek recourse from the federal government.

Biden is also officially undoing sexual assault due process rules put in place by his predecessor and current election-year opponent, former President Donald Trump.

Colleges will no longer be required to hold live hearings to allow students to cross-examine one another through representatives. Instead, college officials will be able to interview students separately, allowing each student to suggest questions and get a recording of the responses.

In evaluating the parties’ evidence, a school must use the “preponderance of the evidence” standard of proof unless the school uses the clear and convincing evidence standard in all other comparable proceedings.

Riley Gaines says this rule makes clear that Biden doesn’t really care about women:

“The president and his administration can’t act like they care about women or our opportunities and then go and wipe out women’s protections under the country’s landmark sex equality law,” said Riley Gaines, host of the “Gaines for Girls” podcast on outkick.com.

“Title IX was passed over fifty years ago to end unjust discrimination in education, including athletics. I experienced this law [being] undermined when female athletes like myself were told to keep quiet when a male swimmer took home a title in the women’s division and deprived female athletes of awards, honors, and the opportunity to compete.”

“With its new Title IX rewrite, the Biden administration is unilaterally erasing fifty years of equal opportunity law for women,” Gaines said.

The non-profit group Independent Women’s Forum (IWF) has slammed the move by the Biden administration and says it strips away protections for women.

“This new rule turns Title IX on its head through extra-statutory regulations that require schools to allow males to self-identify into women’s spaces, opportunities, and athletics,” the IWF said in a statement.

The ADF has responded with an immediate lawsuit to stop this new rule from being enacted:

The Biden admin can’t redefine “sex” in Title IX without affecting women’s opportunities, including women’s sports. Under these rule changes, privacy, safety, parental rights, free speech, and—yes—women’s sports are at risk.

This is an abuse of federal power that is anti-women, anti-science, and anti-logic.

See you in court, @POTUS


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