Judge orders lawyers to say male athletes are 'transgender females' in court hearing

By The Christian Post

Selina Soule | Alliance Defending Freedom

Lawyers for three female high school athletes in Connecticut are demanding that a federal judge be taken off their case after he ordered them to use the term "transgender females" when referring to boys who identify as girls. 

The attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom are representing high school track athletes Selina Soule, Alana Smith and Chelsea Mitchell, who are suing the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference over its policy that allows biological males to compete in girls' athletic competitions.

The lawyers say Judge Robert Chatigny of the U.S. District Court of Connecticut cannot adjudicate the case impartially in light of an April 16 conference call in which he ordered them not to use the word "males" when addressing male athletes who identify as female. 

Source:The Christian Post