REVEALED: How You Can Help Save Women’s Sport from Extinction

REVEALED: How You Can Help Save Women’s Sport from Extinction

For decades, women have fought for the right to have their sporting achievements recognised.

But now political correctness and the transgender movement is threatening the very existence of women’s sport.

You see, transgender female athletes, are nothing more than biological males competing in women’s sport.

Until just a few years ago, you would have been allowed to call that cheating.

That was until the politically correct brigade started changing the rules to allow them to compete against real women.

Girls and women are being discriminated against in sport – and it’s robbing them of success.

Defend the girls and women in your life by backing Senator Claire Chandler’s Save Women’s Sport Bill.

Senator Claire Chandler has launched a move to change the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 because it no longer protects women. When it was last amended in 2013 to be more ‘inclusive’, the biological definitions of ‘woman’ and ‘man’ were deleted.

This change in law has penalised women’s and girls’ sport.

Senator Claire Chandler is fighting to ensure that women’s sport can once again be celebrated and encouraged in Australia, without sports clubs and volunteers being threatened with legal action if they offer single-sex sport for women and girls.

It will also mean women and girls can compete safely and fairly.

Please sign the pledge below to say you support this move to Save Women’s Sports.

And as thanks for your support today we’ll send you a FREE eBook, The Trans Threat to Women’s Sport: 5 Things You Need to Know!

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Dear Senator Claire Chandler,

I believe girls and women deserve a safe and fair playing field.

I back your move to protect girls and women with your Save Women’s Sport Bill.

I want to see our nation’s flawed laws changed so women aren’t forced to compete against men – and sports clubs and volunteers aren’t threatened with legal action if they offer single-sex sport for women and girls.

I want to see women and girls compete safely and fairly.

Thank you for making this stand so women’s sport can once again be celebrated and encouraged in Australia.