What Biden just did to women was exposed and the White House is freaking out

The president has done some pretty creepy things in the past. But this takes the cake.

And what Biden just did to women was exposed and the White House is freaking out.

The Biden administration announced its long-awaited Title IX reform on Friday, incorporating “gender identity” into the landmark civil rights law intended at preventing discrimination against girls and women in education.

The Education Department’s final rule, nearly two years in the making, “builds on the legacy of Title IX” by extending protections to transgender students, implying that the 52-year-old law lauded for advancing educational opportunities for women will now include biological males who identify as females for the first time.

“The rule prohibits discrimination and harassment based on s*xual orientation, gender identity, and s*x characteristics in federally funded education programs, applying the reasoning of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County,” according to the Department of Education (DOE) fact sheet.

The final rule takes effect on August 1.

The department emphasized that the regulations do not address transgender eligibility in scholastic sports, which would be addressed in a separate rule set to be released following the 2024 presidential election.

The amendments announced on Friday stipulate that schools “must not separate or treat people differently based on s*x in a manner that subjects them to more than de minimis harm, except in limited circumstances permitted by Title IX.”

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 stipulates that its prohibition on s*x discrimination does not apply to “maintaining separate living facilities for the different s*xes.”

“The final regulations further recognize that preventing someone from participating in school (including in s*x-separate activities) consistent with their gender identity causes that person more than de minimis harm,” according to the fact page.

“Our nation’s educational institutions should be places where we not only accept differences, but celebrate them,” said Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on a press call.

“Places that root out hate and promote inclusion, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because our systems and institutions are richer for it.”

The newly adopted regulatory framework also revises the Trump administration’s 2020 Title IX rule-making, which reinforced due process protections for students accused of s*xual harassment, such as making it clear that the accused were innocent unless proven guilty.

Rep. Virginia Foxx, chairperson of the House Education and Workforce Committee, criticized the final rule, accusing the administration of putting Title IX “squarely on the chopping block.”

“This final rule dumps kerosene on the already raging fire that is Democrats’ contemptuous culture war that aims to radically redefine s*x and gender,” she said.

“The rule also undermines existing due process rights, placing students and institutions in legal jeopardy and again undermining the protections Title IX is intended to provide.”

The North Carolina Republican went on to say that “[e]vidently, the acceptance of biological reality, and the faithful implementation of the law, are just pills too big for the Department to swallow – and it shows.”

Betsy DeVos, the former Education Secretary who led the 2020 Title IX rewrite, stated that the final rule “guts the half century of protections and opportunities for women and callously replaces them with radical gender theory.”

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