Government Politics

Kansas, Montana and Tennessee Are Defining the Two Sexes Based on Biology

The GOP-led legislature in Kansas overrode a veto by Democrat Gov. Laura Kelly to enact the “women’s bill of rights,” which defines what a “woman” is in state law based on reproductive biology.

According to the law, a woman is defined as someone “whose biological reproductive system is developed to produce ova.”

A “male” is defined as someone whose reproductive system “is developed to fertilize the ova of a female.”

On Wednesday, Florida’s legislature passed a similar bill to clarify biological distinctions between a man and a woman.

According to the Florida bill, sex is defined using characteristics like “chromosomes, naturally occurring sex hormones, and internal and external genitalia present at birth.” Read more…

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