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Voters Defeat Transgender Ideology in North Carolina ‘Bathroom’ Debate

The National Collegiate Athletic Association will end its economic boycott against the North Carolina, handing a huge strategic defeat to the gay and transgender groups who are seeking to erase single-sex bathrooms and other useful legal and civic distinctions between men and women, girls and boys.


Left Wing Sports Columnist Demands NCAA Continue to Punish North Carolina Even After Bathroom Bill Repeal

Nancy Armour, USA Today’s extremely liberal sports columnist, is not satisfied that the State of North Carolina bent to the will of militant gay activists and began a repeal of its bathroom law meant to protect vulnerable women and children from predators. For her tastes, the repeal effort doesn’t go far enough, and she has now written a piece demanding that the NCAA continue to punish the Tar Heel State despite the fact that its legislature bent to liberal pressure to address the law.

Protestors demonstrate during a rally against the transgender bathroom rights repeal at Thomas Paine Plaza February 25, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rallies are also being held across the country in support of the Affordable Health Care Act. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)

Despite Failure of North Carolina Boycott, NCAA to Renew Game Ban Against Bathroom Bill

Despite the complete financial failure of the boycott against the state, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is once again warning the State of North Carolina that if it doesn’t repeal its year-old bathroom law, the league will cancel all tournament games. And this time the NCAA says it will boycott the Tar Heel State until the year 2022.

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Watered Down NC ‘Bathroom Bill’ Not Good Enough for LGBT Groups

LGBTQ groups are signaling to Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford not to get too excited about new legislation designed to upend North Carolina’s HB2 law which mandates that people use the bathroom according to their biological sex in public schools and government buildings.

A gender neutral sign is posted outside a bathroom on May 11, 2016 in Durham, North Carolina

Duke, NC State Might Host Women’s Tourney Despite LGBT Law

NEW YORK (AP) — Duke and North Carolina State were among the top 16 projected seeds the NCAA revealed Monday for the women’s basketball tournament in March, making them potential hosts in a state that’s lost several sports events because of a divisive law.

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FS1’s Clay Travis: Sports Leaders Have Become Worse Than Politicians

During Thursday’s “Outkick the Coverage” on Fox Sports 1 radio, host Clay Travis reacted to the NCAA’s removal of championship events from the state of North Carolina because of the state’s controversial bathroom bill, as well as the NBA who removed

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