Jury says transgender has legal right to huddle with women

Monday, January 7, 2019
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Bill Bumpas (OneNewsNow.com)

football player kneeling prayingThe leader of a sports ministry says it's troubling that a court ruling in Minnesota is allowing a biological male to play in a women's football league.

A jury decided last month that the Independent Women's Football League violated the Minnesota Human Rights Act by not allowing "Christina" Ginther to compete against other women. 

"Christina" was awarded $20,000 in damages because the league prohibited males from playing due to the obvious safety issues.

Ginthen demanded to join Vixen, a semi-pro team, and said he felt "violated" after he was told biological males weren't allowed to join, Minnesota Public Radio reported.  

Chloie transgender CrossFit"When this male athlete decided to compete as a female, he had biological advances that he can never reverse," says Steve McConkey of 4 Winds Christian Athletics. "The muscle and skeleton system of a male is always going to be superior no matter what hormone treatment is given."

OneNewsNow has reported how the push for transgender rights by LGBT activists has upended sports, from the Boston Marathon bowing to transgender demands to grueling fitness regimen CrossFit allowing a man who goes by "Chloie" (pictured aboveto compete in its annual games.

Yearwood (transgender runner)In high school sports, parents and coaches were speaking out in Connecticut after a male sprinter (pictured at left, in center), dominated the girl's state championship in 2017 with a time that would have put him last in the boys' competition.  

"This will spill out to every situation," predicts McConkey, "where a transgender has felt like their rights have been violated, and this will come into employment situations. This will come into the church. This will explode everywhere."

This is a new challenge for the Church, he adds, but it must be addressed from the biblical belief that God created males and females.

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