Many female sporting divisions have been established in the last hundred years to create a fair and equal playing field for women to compete in activities in which they are biologically disadvantaged to men.

This ensures equality for women.

The biological advantage of male bodies (particularly post puberty) in many sports is well established and means the exclusion of biological men from women's sports is essential in ensuring women are given a fair chance.

Sporting organisations and bodies at levels as high as the Olympics have begun supporting claims that biological sex can be 'switched'. This is not based on compelling, conclusive science, research or evidence. Medical and hormonal interventions do not substantially reverse or mitigate the male biological advantage.

Women are losing races, competitions, prize money, scholarships and rightful recognition to trans identifying males.

More women in sport are speaking out and they have begun to take legal action.

Further Resources


Sex Based Segregation & Fairness in Sports (click below)