After Caitlyn Jenner (71) made very clear statements about the participation of trans girls in female sports competitions in schools, something she says she is vehemently against, she received a lot of criticism. The former reality star is of the opinion that it is unfair to allow biological boys who are transsexual to participate in girls. But that strong opinion does not appeal to everyone.

“We must protect girls’ sports in schools”

Entertainment Tonight reports that . Caitlyn is currently making a bid for the governorship of the state of California and must therefore also make ‘statements’ as a candidate. “It’s just not fair for biologically female athletes to compete against a woman who was originally born into a male body. I mean that by no means disrespectful to anyone, but we need to protect girls’ sports in schools,” he said. it sounds.

The LGBTQ + community in Los Angeles, as well as other parts of the United States, appears to be through with Caitlyn. “Caitlyn Jenner has never, ever been a friend to our community. She’s not an activist at all, just for her own gain. The fact that she has a lot of money opens doors that remain closed to others,” according to a follower.

With her statements, Caitlyn responds to news that the governors of the US states of Kansas and North Dakota have vetoed bills that would prohibit transgender girls from playing sports with other girls at school. A Republican campaign is underway in several conservative states in the US to curtail the rights of transgender people.

71-year-old Caitlyn was a successful athlete herself when she went through life as Bruce. In 1976 she won a gold medal in the decathlon at the Olympics. She is best known in recent years as a parent of the Kardashians.