What does the science say?
We learned early on the biological differences between males and females. Those differences go much deeper than just outward appearance. Some argue however, sex and gender don't always align. While those arguments may be compelling; for the purpose of Sports and Spaces they need not apply. Sports and Spaces deal only with biological sex or physical differences between male and female. Male and female anatomy is undeniable different, and for this reason, it has been the long standing cultural norm to have separate male and female restrooms. Additionally, these undeniable differences are why sports have also been separated by sex. The male biology contributes to physically larger and stronger bodies thus putting female athletes at a disadvantage in sports that require strength and size.