Men allowed back in women's sports in Nassau County after ruling from state supreme court judge

Men allowed back in women’s sports in Nassau County after ruling from state supreme court judge


A New York state supreme court judge has issued a ruling that will allow males to join female-only sports teams in Nassau County once again.

In February, Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman signed an executive order that barred trans-identifying males from joining female-only sports teams that use county athletic facilities for competition, as Blaze News previously reported.

“Lack of courage from a judge who didn’t want to decide the case on its merits.”

However, many LGBTQ-related organizations immediately cried foul, and New York Attorney General Letitia James vowed to fight the executive order in court. In a cease and desist letter issued days later, James called Blakeman’s executive order “discriminatory,” “transphobic,” and “illegal.”

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