Men in Female Sports Could Violate International Human Rights

Men in Female Sports Could Violate International Human Rights

Men in female sports could violate Human rights

Christian post reports that Reem Alsalem, a United Nations-affiliated expert is warning the US government that proposed changes to longstanding US law that would allow trans-identified males to compete in women's sports could cause the U.S. to violate "international human rights obligation” and “would lead to the loss of privacy, an increased risk of physical injury, heightened exposure to sexual harassment and voyeurism, as well as a more frequent and accumulated psychological distress due to the loss of privacy and fair and equal sporting and academic opportunities.”

While these changes were originally proposed this past April, they have not yet been officially adopted. That means there is currently no federal law forcing K-12 schools or colleges and universities to allow biological males to participate in women’s athletic teams and competitions.

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