Oklahoma sports 'biological sex affidavit' raises questions

 

October 5, 2022



OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — J.D. Runnels and his son, James, share a love for football.

Runnels played for the University of Oklahoma and in the National Football League, and he coached in the United States Football League this past season. His son plays center for Southridge Middle School's eighth-grade team in Moore, an Oklahoma City suburb.

James nearly was held out of playing this season because his parents objected to the "biological sex affidavit" Oklahoma public school athletes, from kindergarten to college, are now required to submit to participate. The form — part of a law its author...



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