Caitlyn Jenner Opposes Transgender Girls Competing In Girls' Sports
Caitlyn Jenner, the previous Olympic hero and unscripted television character presently running for California lead representative, said she goes against transsexual young ladies contending in young ladies' games at school.
Jenner, a 1976 decathlon Olympic gold medalist who came out as a transsexual lady in 2015, told a TMZ journalist on Saturday that it's "an issue of reasonableness."
"That is the reason I go against organic young men who are trans contending in young ladies' games in school. It simply isn't reasonable. Also, we need to ensure young ladies' games in our schools," Jenner said Saturday during a concise meeting in a Malibu parking garage.
It was Jenner's first remark on the disputable issue since declaring her bid to supplant Gov. Gavin Newsom in a review political race. Five states have passed laws or carried out leader arranges this year restricting the capacity of transsexual adolescents to play sports or get certain clinical treatment. There's been an eager clamor from allies of transsexual rights.
Jenner, a Republican, upheld Donald Trump in the 2016 official political decision however later reprimanded his organization for some prejudicial activities against transsexual individuals.
Numerous transsexual rights advocates have condemned Jenner, saying she has neglected to persuade them that she is a significant resource for their motivation.