Soule v. Connecticut Association of Schools — Amicus Brief

Jeremiah Morgan U. S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit

Today, we worked with Connecticut counsel Joseph Secola to file an amicus brief before the en banc Second Circuit to support a challenge to a Connecticut rule requiring state schools to allow boys/biological males to compete against girls/biological females. The amicus brief explained how the female plaintiffs were disadvantaged by allowing biological males to compete against them. It discussed how the district court unfairly directed lawyers for the girls not to call the boys who wanted to compete against them boys. It also asked the court not to embrace the pagan history of transgenderism.

Link to brief