Transgenderism | NCAA hurdler shows how the Equality Act would undermine the very thing it claims to champion
by Ray Hacke
Posted 5/30/19, 02:17 pm
The NCAA crowned its first biologically male women’s track and field champion in late May. If Democrats in Congress have their way, it will become a far more frequent occurrence.
CeCe (formerly Craig) Telfer of New Hampshire’s Franklin Pierce University won the 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships on May 25 in Kingsville, Texas. Telfer’s time of 57.53 seconds was more than a full second faster than that of his nearest competitor.