Transgender Golfers OK’ed for the Women’s British Open (4:07)
The Ladies Golf Union, the organization that oversees the British Open, has approved rules changes that will allow transgenders to compete in women’s golf competitions. Other golf bodies around the European Union and the International Olympic Committee have already made similar changes. The British move comes 11 months after Danish-born Mianne Bagger became the first male-born golfer to play in a professional women’s tournament. But as Bob Knight, director of CWA’s Culture & Family Institute, points out, similar changes could be headed to the United States if citizens don’t speak out.
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