In October of 2019 Family Council released a short YouTube video titled “Men Dominating in Women’s Sports.”

Since then, the video has become our most-watched video that we have ever posted.

The video underscores how biological males who claim to be female are dominating women’s athletics — especially at the high school and college levels.

You can see the video below.

In October of 2019, Rachel McKinnon — a biological male who claims to be female — won the female Cycling World Championship.

Over the past few years, biological males have won girls’ track and field competitions, and more recently we have seen male swimmers break women’s swimming records.

Letting male athletes who claim to be female compete against women is more than just unfair. In some cases, it is actually dangerous.

In 2014 Fallon Fox — a biological male who identifies as a female — severely injured Tamikka Brents in a Mixed Martial Arts fight.

Stories like these underscore why the Arkansas Legislature passed Act 461 of 2021 one year ago this week.

This good law by Sen. Missy Irvin (R — Mountain View) and Rep. Sonia Barker (R — Smackover) prevents male student athletes from competing against girls in women’s athletics.

Act 461 passed with strong support from legislators, and Governor Hutchinson signed it into law last March.

Today Act 461 is in full effect — protecting fairness in women’s sports in Arkansas.

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