Proposed legislation that seeks to codify common-sense definitions of sex-based terms.
The Women’s Bill of Rights doesn’t change current law or create any special rights for women. It simply defines terms in laws that are already on the books. This prevents unelected judges and bureaucrats from rewriting laws intended to protect women to instead allow any female-identifying male into women’s spaces, and it ensures a common language.
Policymakers will still be free to enact laws to protect gender-non-conforming people. They just can’t use women’s rights legislation to do so through the back door.
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