4 Who Lost To Men Sue Over Trans Policy
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- Four female track athletes are renewing their suit against the state of Connecticut for allowing transgendered females to compete in women’s sports.
- Selina Soule, one of the four athletes in the middle of the lawsuit, suffered the consequences of the transgender ideology first-hand as a track athlete at Glastonbury High School in Connecticut.
- During the Connecticut Indoor Track & Field State Championships in 2019, Soule was one place away from qualifying for the New England Regional Championships in the 55-meter dash. However, the first and second-place spots were taken by biological men.
- “I lost out on qualifying spots for the meets, better placement and possibly even scholarship opportunities,” she said. “It was a very frustrating and heartbreaking thing to have to go through.”
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