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At the NCAA women’s swimming championships this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia, former Outsports managing editor Dawn Ennis, a biological male who identifies as a woman, was confronted by a women’s rights activist about using female spaces.
Ennis was confronted at the NCAA women’s swimming tournament by Standing for Women UK founder Kellie-Jay Keen about whether Ennis, as a biological male who identifies as a woman, uses women’s spaces.
“I just want to ask, on the safety of women and girls, do you use women’s spaces, private spaces?” Keen asked.
“I’m a women,” Ennis responded.
“Do you understand that using women’s private spaces makes women and girls uncomfortable?” Keen asked in response.
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