So, in case you haven’t heard, March is “Women’s History Month,” and it is, therefore, a great time of the year to start thinking about how to save Women’s Sports. Below is some information to help little girls who want to play sports without the drama of having men playing in their sports yards.

Why?  Because the highly paid and propagandized professional female players do not have to play against men. Because they would lose and throw a diva fit.

Now remember I am a woman, and I have a right to my opinion and to be believed?

Remember how much the left was crazy in love with the Women’s Cup Soccer not long ago?  It was everywhere to promote women in sports. Remember the swooning over women in sports?  And remember leftist Meghan Rapinoe, who hated President Donald J. Trump so much she was given a massive and expensive platform and became a political icon?   Were there any men on that team?  No? Oh. Of course not. She would have freaked out.

She is now on the “She Believes Team,” but has she ever played against a man? Doubtful.

And wait, there is more.  Can she say, “She believes”?  That is a pronoun!  Shouldn’t it be Z’s believes?

No.  We are fools for following their rules when they don’t follow their own rules.

Imagine if the Left’s starlet Meghan Rapionoe had to play against a man.  Then she wouldn’t be a star.

Enough with the double standards.  Time to say enough.

According to Save Women’s Sports. 23 states have introduced legislation to preserve female sports because of the political upheaval and emotional damage it causes on Women from forcing men upon girl’s sports.

At the link is a list of the current bills currently logged to save women’s sports.

At the site are several testimonies from girls involved with sports who have had their lives disrupted over the politics of allowing men in women’s sports.

For Women’s History Month, We should be able to agree that we should listen to the point of view of soon-to-be women.

“My name is Emily. I am 14 years old.

I started playing girl’s lacrosse in 6th grade. Two years ago, I was playing 13U girl’s lacrosse. We traveled to Boulder for two games. One team clearly had two boys on their team – they wore boy’s shorts, had hairy legs, were taller and more muscular than all of us, and had much deeper voices. One boy was a defender, and one was the goalie. The goalie was twice as big as any of the girls. They didn’t wear the same uniform as the girls. Most girl’s lacrosse players wear skirts – these two had on boy’s shorts – like what the boys wear for boys’ lacrosse. 

We were very upset that their team clearly had two boys. There was almost a fight on the sidelines between the parents of our two teams. The goalie made a save, and one of our dads said, “Great save by a boy!”. The parents of the other team yelled at him, “You’re insensitive. That’s a girl, and her name is Betty”. They squared off, but it did not get physical as one of our moms pulled the angry dad away from the crowd. The Boulder parents were shouting at our dad about how “rude” he was being. 

Our team lost to the team with the boys by a narrow margin. Although considered unsportsmanlike, we girls refused to “tap sticks” with the boys after the game. 

In the parking lot after the game, I was crying – we were all crying – not because we lost, but because we were mad that we had to play a team with two boys on it and that made the game unfair and that we felt powerless to do anything about it.  As a team, together and united, through angry tears, we all vowed we would not play that team again – if we had to face them in the playoffs, we would forfeit the game in a team unity of protest against the CGLA (Colorado Girls Lacrosse Association) allowing an unfair advantage of “transgender girls” to play girls lacrosse.  

We didn’t face them in the playoffs, so we didn’t get a chance to protest – but this team won the championship that year – with the two boys on defense.   

This is why I, my parents, and my brothers, stand with #savewomenssports.:

It should be easy to listen to the children’s concerns and do the right things as a concerned nation and save women’s sports.




Kari Donovan

Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism.

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