An Idaho state representative feels it is not "fair" to allow those who were born male to participate in girls' sports, even if the person now identifies as female.
Rep. Barbara Ehardt is set to introduce legislation that would bar biologically male athletes from entering into the competitions, "because it's not fair."
Speaking to the East Idaho Newson Monday, Ehardt claimed that there are "inherent biological, scientific advantages" that give boys a leg up.
Republicans in other statehouses are considering similar bills, including New Hampshire, Washington, Georgia, Tennessee, and Missouri, says the Wall Street Journal. Alabama has already put forward the Gender is Real Legislative (GIRL) Act.