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Jill Biden calls on men to step up for women's rights — even though definition of 'woman' continues to elude the Biden administration

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First lady Jill Biden implored men to "hold each other accountable when women are being hurt or being left behind" during a speech Wednesday at a White House Women's History Month event.

Jill Biden's call to action, given just weeks after she presented a biological male with an International Women of Courage Award, appears to stand at odds both with President Joe Biden's defense of men in women's sports and female-only areas and his administration's inability to define a woman.


Introduced by President Joe Biden as "the first full-time lady," Jill Biden discussed the progress women can make "when we invest in women and believe in them; when we work together to tear down the barriers that hold so many back."

She noted that "we must keep going, not just for ourselves, but for the girls who will inherit our world," and intimated that abortion, which claims the lives of unborn girls and boys alike, is central to gender equality and women's rights.

After invoking the gender binary, Jill Biden indicated that every little boy must understand that the battle for women's rights is "his fight too."

Jill Biden underscored that it is incumbent upon men to step up when women are being mistreated or "being left behind."


TheBlaze previously reported that Biden signed an executive order on Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation on Jan. 21, which stated, "Every person should be treated with respect and dignity and should be able to live without fear, no matter who they are or whom they love. Children should be able to learn without worrying about whether they will be denied access to the restroom, the locker room, or the school sports."

The White House clarified that the order mandates that transsexual males should be able to compete on female teams.

Wall Street Journal contributor Abigail Shrier tweeted, "On day 1, Biden unilaterally eviscerates women's sports. ... A new glass ceiling was just placed over girls."

The U.S. Department of Education has also sought to make it illegal for states to prohibit male athletes from competing against women in college athletics.

The Guardian reported in 2020 that male transsexuals retain a 12% edge in tests two years after "transitioning." This conclusion was first reached in a paper published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine showing male transsexuals performed 31% more push-ups and 15% more sit-ups in one minute on average than women and ran 1.5 miles 21% faster.

After taking hormones, a male transsexual was found to retain a 10% advantage in push-ups and a 6% advantage in sit-ups years later.

World Athletics president Sebastian Coe told Insider last year, "If you pushed me and said I had to choose between fairness or inclusion, I will always lean towards fairness, because that’s what sports have to be based on."

It would appear the Biden administration has aided in a trend of leaving women behind — a trend that has seen a biological male:

In addition to sponsorships and scholarships, transsexual males also frequently take home prize money intended to reward female excellence.

Even if the Biden administration wasn't leaving women behind by way of decree and policy, it still has a difficulty defining precisely who deserves the investment and belief Jill Biden regards as essential.


Kara Dansky, U.S. president of Women's Declaration International, told Fox News Digital, "President Biden began to obliterate sex as a distinct category immediately upon taking office when he signed Executive Order 13988 on preventing and combating discrimination on the basis of so-called gender identity and sexual orientation."

Fox News Digital petitioned Biden's Department of Justice, Department of Education, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Federal Bureau of Prisons for a definition of "woman." None of the agencies proved willing to share their definitions or criteria for an individual to be categorized as a "woman."

Biden's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court similarly couldn't define precisely what variety of humanoid Jill Biden thinks little boys should fight for.

In March 2022, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) asked then-U.S. Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson — who was nominated, in part, due to her sex — "Can you provide a definition for the word 'woman'?"

“Can I provide a definition?" Jackson replied. "No. ... I can’t."

Jackson laughed, then added, "Not in this context. .... I’m not a biologist."

While Jill Biden has a doctorate, she also is not a biologist.

On International Women's Day, she gave an "International Women of Courage Award" to a biological male, prompting Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) to suggest the occasion served as a reminder: "Democrats can’t even tell you what a woman is."

Dana Loesch tweeted, "Nice of FLOTUS to encourage the diminishment of women on 'international women's day.' Erasing women is abusive."

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