On Saturday a biological male reportedly took first place in the girls 200 meter race during Oregon’s 6A high school state championship.

Video posted online shows the male athlete win the race amid boos from the crowd.

We have written time and again how radical activism by pro-LGBT groups has put women’s athletics at risk of being erased in America.

Female swimmerspowerlifterscyclists, sprinters, and others have seen their sports radically changed by biological males who identify and compete as women.

Letting men compete in women’s sports reverses 50 years of advancements for women.

It hampers girls’ abilities to compete for athletic scholarships, and it hurts their professional opportunities as adults.

In some sports, it can even be dangerous.

Fortunately, steps are being taken to protect women’s sports in America.

Last year the North American Grappling Association clarified its competition policy, saying biological males must compete against other men, regardless of their gender identity.

Earlier this year the professional golf league NXXT Golf announced that only biological females would be eligible to participate in the NXXT Women’s Pro Tour.

And recently the NAIA announced a policy that should prevent male athletes from competing in women’s collegiate sports.

In 2021 Arkansas passed Act 461 by Sen. Missy Irvin (R — Mountain View) and Rep. Sonia Barker (R — Smackover) preventing male student athletes from competing against girls in women’s athletics at school.

This good law protects fairness in women’s sports in Arkansas — and Family Council was pleased to support its passage.

Arkansas also is leading the charge against the Biden Administration’s new rule redefining “sex” under federal Title IX.

The Biden Administration’s new rule threatens to force public schools and universities to let biological males compete in women’s sports and use girls’ locker rooms, showers, and changing areas at school if enacted.

You Can Read More About That Lawsuit Here.