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The NY Bd. of Regents proposed revised, gender-neutral rules to determine when a female or male student can play on a school sports team of the opposite sex including "tryouts" rather than sexual maturity tests, potentially opening the door to more coed teams. While supporters of the change said it would bring greater equity to school sports, some critics lamented that it could compromise girls’ sports by allowing in boys who could dominate. Do you approve of these proposed new guidelines?






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There are separate teams for many reasons...if they want a co-ed team..then make one..the student can choose to be on that team.

There are too many differences between boys and girls.

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Title IX took too long to come about, and has been championed for decades. The slim majority of student-athletes this proposal would accommodate is not near enough of a reason to eradicate title IX protections. Doing so would suggest we were wrong.

Physically male athletes put females at risk as well as allow for dominance over female athletes. Simply identifying as female doesn't alter their physical form. Women are at a disadvantage in this senario and will lose hard fought for opportunities

A males body composition is not the same as a female.


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