|WE MUST SAVE WOMEN’S SPORTS|
If you would like to join concerned parents from across the Palmetto State to protect women’s opportunity, there will be a gathering outside of the Gressette Building (Senate Office Building) at 9:30A on Wednesday, March 23 ahead of the Education Committee’s hearing on the Save Women’s Sports bill.Thanks so much for your prayers. Wear Red!
Palmetto Family Alert
March 21, 2022
On March 17th in Atlanta, University of Penn’s William Thomas won the women’s 500 Yard Freestyle National Swimming Championship. Thomas defeated the second place finisher, University of Virginia’s Emma Weyant, by 1.75 seconds.
The destruction of women’s sports is well underway across the country. It is simply wrong, both morally and biologically, to take away opportunity from a woman in her sport for a biological male.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Let Senators know that, while we love all people, we are standing firm on God’s unique design of men and women, and that we need legislation that will Save Women’s Sports in all stages including collegiate protections.Contact the members of the Senate Education Committee.Express your Support for S.531 with Collegiate Protections.Ask the Senators to vote in favor of the bill in Wednesday morning’s committee hearing.CONTACT SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEEFormer South Carolina Swimming coach McGee Moody joins the Palmetto Family Matters Podcast to discuss the importance of the fight to save women’s sports.
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