More than 150,000 transgender youth live in Texas and Arkansas alone, and those states have already cracked down on gender-affirming care.
“It starts to look like the project is not about protecting women and girls in sport but rather stopping young people from being trans at all.”
"They don't have their priorities straight."
Getting medical care that trans and nonbinary kids need is already hard. In several places, it could get even more difficult.
This September, 14-year-old Maya DeLong's first day of school was special. Like 90 percent of other transgender teens, she's faced harassment and bullying by peers at school. But after confusion, health insurance issues, and coming out to friends and...