The Education Department announced that the much-anticipated regulation for Title IX, which provides guidance on how federally-funded schools and colleges should handle sex and gender discrimination, will be released to the public in May.
According to the National Review, "The proposed rule, which would impact any school or college that receives federal funding, would expand Title IX protections to include gender identity."
Has Biden’s rule change produced results? The impact of Biden's rule change is becoming apparent through a growing number of incidents involving transgender activists across the country. The increasing lawlessness associated with transgenderism can be traced back to the U.S. Department of Education’s Title IX proposal issued last June.
March 9th, Stanford University: Judge Kyle Duncan, a Louisiana native, was scheduled to give a talk to Stanford Law School students. However, a group of students carrying "Trans Lives Matter" signs repeatedly interrupted his comments, forcing him to cut short his presentation.
The students were protesting Duncan's 2015 denial of Norman Varner's request to change his sex and be referred to by a female name. Stanford University later issued an apology.
March 27th, Nashville: Armed with a rifle, pistol, and handgun, Audrey Hale rushed into Covenant School and fired 152 shots, killing three staff members and three students. Hale had self-identified as transgender.
April 6th, San Francisco State University: Former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines gave a speech at San Francisco State University to express her opposition to the participation of men in women’s sports. In response, a group of activists frantically chanted, “Trans rights are human rights.” The activists then chased Riley down a hallway, repeatedly assaulting her and forcing her to retreat for safety. Shockingly, the activists even demanded that Riley pay a ransom of $10 to each of them for her release.
Ideas have consequences. That is why we must weigh in on the matters before this legislature!