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University President: ‘Enough Is Enough’ – Calls for Biological Males to Leave Women’s Sports

On Monday, the president of Houghton University made a firm declaration against the involvement of biological males in female sports, arguing that it goes against natural order and blurs the essential differences between genders.

Dr. Wayne D. Lewis Jr., the sixth president of the private university in upstate New York, outlined his support for women’s collegiate athletics in a statement, emphasizing that Houghton is a Christian liberal arts college. He then clarified that his position is not based on religious grounds.

Instead, it’s a moral stance asserting that it’s fundamentally unjust to permit males to dominate girls’ and women’s sports, a sentiment echoed by various other sports organizations.

“Biological males’ participation in women’s athletics is wrong,” Lewis stated, the first African-American president of the university.

“Most Americans and most of the world know it to be wrong. A fringe agenda under the guise of making school and collegiate athletics more inclusive for transgender people has grown to the place of now unfairly displacing gifted and hardworking female athletes, obliterating the historic achievements and records of female athletes of the past, and threatening to dismantle the opportunities and protections for girls and women in sport trailblazing leaders fought so hard to create and protect,” he explained.

“Too many leaders, parents, professional athletes, and people of goodwill have been silent as female athletes are humiliated, silenced, and robbed of hard-earned opportunities. That silence is complicit with the fringe agenda that threatens to dismantle girls’ and women’s athletics,” he added.

In wrapping up his statement, Lewis sought broader community support.

“Enough is enough,” he said. “I will not sit by silently as a university president whose female student-athletes step weekly onto tracks, courts, and fields to compete but, in some cases, are forced to do so on playing fields we know to be unfair. I hope you will join me.”

Lewis issued his statement following the All-Atlantic Regional Championships in track and field, where transgender athlete Sadie Schreiner from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) clinched victory in the women’s 200-meter dash, as reported by Fox News.

He adds his voice to an issue already dividing a host of sports around the world.

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