Save Women's Sports

Fairness for female athletes should not be a political or partisan issue.

Idaho became the first state to proactively preserve female athletic competitions for only biological females at the K-12 and collegiate levels. Just one year later, Mississippi became the next state to do so, and over two dozen states are now considering similar legislation. Backed by a growing and diverse coalition, bills at the federal and state level have earned bipartisan and bicameral support.

It’s not controversial, women and girls deserve fair competition and equal opportunities.

That’s where you come in. State leaders who have bills to protect women’s sports on their desk awaiting signature need to hear from concerned Americans, urging them to cement protections for women and girls into law.

Click here to view the letter that will be sent to Governor Noem asking her to stand for fairness in women’s sports.

If you support these efforts with Save Women’s Sports legislation across the nation, please fill out the form below by TODAY, MARCH 26 to add your name to the list of signatures. Your name will be used to encourage governors across the nation who are considering Save Women’s Sports bills.

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