Some Oklahoma schools now require biological sex affidavit for student-athletes

GROVE, Okla. – Some Oklahoma School Districts have recently begun enforcing a new law that requires students to submit a biological sex affidavit to participate in school Sports.

In Northeast Oklahoma, schools are getting the word out to their communities, however, some members of the public have dissenting opinions.

“There was a separation between church and state for a reason, said Nina Short, Co-Founder of Four-State Youth for Equality. “Their views have no business in our school system.  These kids are born this way.”

Check out FOX 14 news at 9:00 p.m. to hear the Superintendent of Grove Public Schools speak on the issue.

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