In Hawaii, Cynthia Monteleone, a decorated Team USA Masters track athlete, and her 16-year-old daughter have both raced against biological males competing as females. The mother-daughter duo is telling their story about why it’s unfair and what’s at stake for women’s sports if this is allowed to continue.
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Independent Women’s Forum and top female athletes will be meeting this week with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to tell their stories about how competing against male-bodied athletes is unfair and hurts female athletes. We’ll be delivering important messaging materials about this issue to Congressional offices. This is your opportunity to have a direct impact on the delivery actions and outcomes of this pivotal issue for women.Sponsor a Delivery Action
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