Tuesday 2 April 2024

Megyn Kelly Slams NOW After Women’s Organization Throws Support Behind ‘Trans Women In Sports’

 Megyn Kelly slammed NOW (National Organization for Women) when the group threw its support behind “trans women in sports,” claiming there was “enough space” for biological women to share.

The host of “The Megyn Kelly Show” podcast took to X on Monday and wrote, “Hey [National NOW] — you don’t stand for us, understand us, care about us or speak for us. Go F yourselves.”

Kelly’s comments were in response to a post from NOW – that claims to speak for women – in which the group blasted an Associated Press article about how more than a dozen “College swimmers, volleyball players” were suing “NCAA over transgender policies” and violating their Title IX rights.

“Repeat after us: Weaponizing womenhood against other women is white supremacist patriarchy at work,” NOW’s post read. 

“Making people believe there isn’t enough space for trans women in sports is white supremacist patriarchy at work,” it added.

Reading through the comments under the NOW post, a number of people made it clear they didn’t agree that trans-identifying male athletes should be allowed to compete against women in sports.

“I can’t believe I worked here when I was in college. I’m embarrassed for you,” one person wrote. “The patriarchy is telling women to sit down and shut up and accept whatever unfairness and invasion of privacy is hurled their way.”

Another added, “Repeat after me: Women are Adult Human Females. Men are Adult Human Males. There are only 2 sexes.  This is reality.”

While a third wrote, “No. I don’t repeat lies. Women’s sports were created to carve out space for women where there was none. And now you’re defending the infiltration of that space by men. ‘Making space’ for men means the space disappears. Repeat that.”

In the lawsuit, the college girls state that the reason they joined the suit is “to secure for future generations of women the promise of Title IX that is being denied them and other college women” by the NCAA.

The NCAA has since responded to the suit in a statement that read, “College sports are the premier stage for women’s sports in America, and while the NCAA does not comment on pending litigation, the Association and its members will continue to promote Title IX, make unprecedented investments in women’s sports and ensure fair competition in all NCAA championships.”

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