Following the national saga that surrounded the 2022 NCAA Women's Swimming Championships, more states are jumping on the legislative bandwagon to enact laws that prevent men from competing in women's sports. Read more
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At last week's NCAA women's swimming national championships at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Lia Thomas created national controversy for being a man competing against female athletes. Thomas won the title for the 500-yard freestyle swim. Read more
Matt Walsh is slated to speak at Georgia Tech University on Monday, March 14, about the men competing in women's sports. Read more
The Georgia Senate is on track to consider a bill that would require athletes to compete according to their biological sex. Read more
South Dakota is requiring K-12 and collegiate athletes to compete on teams according to their biological sex. Read more
Massive contracts for college football coaches have prompted criticism from some administrators and elected officials, but economists note such paydays have been building to this level for years. Read more
The Pacific Legal Foundation filed a federal lawsuit on October 29 against the University of Minnesota on behalf of a male gymnast. Read more
A college basketball player hatched the idea after seeing a discrimination case nearly implode his own team, then wondering why nobody had done anything about it sooner. Read more
Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson talked to students at the University of Florida on game day about diversity quotas. She first asked students if they support diversity quotas in hiring decisions and in college admissions processes. Most of the students said yes. Read more
A federal lawsuit alleges that California Lutheran University officials slandered its softball players and coaches for a skit performed by a few team members. Read more