Source: Amanda Prestigiacomo
South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem announced Monday that she was looking forward to signing a bill intended to protect girls’ sports within the state, mandating the separation of athletes by biology, as opposed to gender identity.
The South Dakota state Senate passed a bill Monday blocking biological males who identify as female from competing in high school and college girls’ and women’s sports teams.
The measure is heading to the desk of Gov. Noem for signature.
“GREAT NEWS! The South Dakota Senate just passed the Women’s Fairness in Sports bill, 20-15. It now heads to [Gov. Kristi Noem]‘s desk for signature,” American Principles posted Monday.