Caitlyn Jenner says she opposes trans girls participating in girls’ sport

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Former Olympic champion Caitlyn Jenner says trans girls born as boys should NOT compete in women’s sports, with California governor adamant that ‘it’s just not fair’

  • Caitlyn Jenner said she doesn’t believe ‘biological guys who are trans’ should compete in girls’ sports
  • “It’s just not fair and we have to protect girls’ sport in our schools,” she said
  • It’s because multiple states are banning transgender girls and women from playing on public sports teams

Former Olympian and transgender reality star Caitlyn Jenner said she doesn’t believe “ biological guys who are trans’ ‘should participate in girls’ sports at school.

In a short interview with TMZ In Malibu as she got into her car, Jenner, who recently announced her bid to run for California governor, said: “ This is a matter of fairness, which is why I am against biological guys doing trans sports in girls’ sports at school. .

“It’s just not fair and we have to protect girls’ sport in our schools.”

Caitlyn Jenner said she doesn't believe 'biological guys who are trans' should participate in girls' sports at school

Caitlyn Jenner said she doesn’t believe ‘biological guys who are trans’ should participate in girls’ sports at school

When asked by the reporter if it “delegitimized the identity of trans girls,” she interrupted the conversation and replied, “Have a nice day.”

It’s because multiple states, most recently Florida, are banning transgender girls and women from playing on public sports teams.

Jenner, 71, who is transgender, is a registered Republican and voted for Trump in 2016, but not 2020, in protest at his stance on transgender issues.

But her surprising opposition to trans girls competing in girls’ sports will anger some members of the LGBTQ + community who have said they will not support her “vanity campaign” for the governor.

Bruce Jenner competed in the 1976 Olympics before transferring at the age of 65

Bruce Jenner competed in the 1976 Olympics before transferring at the age of 65

The confirmation of her run immediately sparked a backlash from the American public, celebrities, and even the LGBTQ + community.

A lot of people took to social media to say it’s a ‘hard pass’ that they would vote for her as the phrase ‘HELL NO’ started trending.

Star Trek actor George Takei, who is gay, took to Twitter to “ make it clear ” that he will not vote for Jenner and compare her position in the LGBTQ community to Candace Owens in the black community and Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn in the Disabled Community.

Black people wouldn’t vote for Candace Owen. The disabled community wouldn’t vote for Madison Cawthorn, ”he tweeted.

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