STAND FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN ATHLETICS
Make Your Voice Heard at the U.S. Supreme Court in a Landmark Case
What’s at Stake:
Fairness for female athletes to participate in sports and secure scholarships for their education on a genuinely equal playing field.
Where You Come In:
Whether you are a current or former high school or college female athlete that has participated in competitive sports or has received an athletic scholarship, a proud parent of such a daughter, or a male athlete who supports fairness for women and girls in sports, the R.G. and G.R. Harris Funeral Homes Supreme Court case presents an opportunity for you to defend fairness in women’s sports. If the Supreme Court decides that the term “sex” in federal law includes “gender identity,” young, aspiring female athletes will likely be forced to compete against male counterparts both on the playing field and for educational scholarships reserved for female athletes.
This would be a loss of hard-won rights for women.
So stand for fairness for female athletes and join the Independent Women’s Forum in a friend-of-the-court brief explaining the history of women in sports, how federal anti-discrimination law has, until recently, helped women, and how women now stand to lose by being forced to compete against men who believe they are female.
(Learn more about the case before the US Supreme Court here.)
Please read the “fine print.” It’s important!
- To be ensure that your voice is heard, sign up below by August 14.
- Even though you’re signing today, once the legal brief is complete, you’ll be sent a copy via e-mail so that you can opt-out if you no longer wish to join.
- There is no cost to you, and you will not be responsible for any fees associated with the brief.
- The only information that will be shared with the Court is your name, athletic involvement, and state of residence. All other contact information, including your e-mail, is provided in case the legal team needs to contact you about the legal brief.
- By signing on to this brief, you will receive free legal representation that is limited to submitting the brief to the U.S. Supreme Court on your behalf
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