Prohibitions against sex discrimination have been interpreted by state and federal courts to encompass discrimination based on gender identity or expression.
Intersex athletes are vulnerable to exclusion from women’s sports, as well as ridicule and invasion of privacy; we believe they have the same rights to participation in athletics as all women.
What’s The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) Got To Do With It?
ENDA, would ensure fair employment practices by making it illegal to fire, refuse to hire, or fail to promote an employee based sexual orientation or gender identityRead More
Both players and coaches have been victims of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation — an issue that not only affects the LGBT community, but all female athletes.
If women plan on continuing to succeed in sports, then athletes and coaches must work at respecting one another, no matter what diverse background their teammates or players represent.Read More
The Foundation supports the abandonment of chromosomal screening for gender verification.
Negative recruiting is used as an unethical recruitment strategy within collegiate sports, to give their own programs an un-fair advantage by perpetuating stereotypes, myths, and misconceptions.