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Independent Women Applauds U.S. House For Advancing Legislation To Overturn Biden Administration’s Title IX Rewrite

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Independent Women’s Voice (IWV) applauds Members of Congress for preserving equal opportunity in advancing the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution (H.J. Res. 165) to overturn the Biden administration’s unlawful Title IX “Omnibus” rule. Today’s congressional action is the first step in striking down the Biden administration’s illegal administrative rewrite of Title IX, which dismantled the landmark sex equality law to undermine women’s rights, free speech, and due process. 

By interpreting Title IX’s sex-based protections to apply to “gender identity,” the Biden administration’s rewrite would force schools to let males who identify as women take women’s scholarships and enter women’s spaces — including women’s locker rooms. This new Omnibus Rule goes into effect on August 1.

Carrie Lukas, Independent Women’s Forum President, said: “Today, we saw clearly who stands with women, and who doesn’t. Title IX is a law that has been essential for women’s flourishing. Now, the Biden administration is pushing women aside to make way for any man willing to say he is a woman. It is shameful and it is wrong. Anyone who cares about women’s rights — and plain old common sense — should take notice.”

Heather R. Higgins, Independent Women’s Voice CEO, said: “The Biden administration, with their Alice in Wonderland redefinition of Title IX, is telling the American public ‘Who are you gonna believe, us or your lying eyes?’ We say, believe your eyes, they are not who’s lying. While the administration disingenuously claims that the new rule doesn’t apply to sports, they’ve established the default position that school activities limited to biological women or biological men are presumptively discriminatory. The administration has repeatedly insisted, in court filings and in public pronouncements, that Title IX requires schools to allow trans-identified males to play women’s sports. They can’t have it both ways. Either they use Title IX to force schools to allow men on women’s sports teams, or if they are not, then schools should stop the madness right now.”

Riley Gaines, Independent Women’s Forum Ambassador, said: “Anti-woman vitriol embraced by radicals who seek to erase women’s sex-based rights and misogynists who support stealing opportunities from women and giving them to men must be challenged and stopped. The coordinated attempt to replace ‘sex’ with ‘gender’ rejects reality and denies objective truth. That is precisely what we’re seeing play out from the Biden administration. In the most anti-woman, anti-reality pursuit we have seen from the administration, 52 years of federal protections under Title IX on the ‘basis of sex’ that have safeguarded women’s equal opportunities are being eliminated.” 

May Mailman, Independent Women’s Law Center Director, said: “The Biden administration is forcing girls to shower with men and ripping scholarships away from hard-working young women. Instead of forcing women to litigate their rights court-by-court across the nation, the House has an opportunity to stop this damaging Title IX rewrite.”

Julie Gunlock, Independent Women’s Network Director, said: “On behalf of the 38,977 members of Independent Women’s Network, many of whom are athletes and/or the parents of female athletes, we are grateful for this congressional action to overturn the unjust changes to Title IX and protect girls and women. Women across the country are enormously disappointed in the Biden administration’s cruel indifference to the safety and security of female athletes. We applaud Congress’s efforts to restore Title IX to its original intent—to ensure women and girls receive the same academic and athletic opportunities as their male peers.”

The CRA comes as a growing nationwide movement, including a diverse swath of female athletes, coaches, and women’s rights advocates, fight to return Title IX and stop the new changes from taking effect. Independent Women’s Forum spearheaded the Our Bodies, Our Sports “Take Back Title IX” Summer 2024 Bus Tour, which traveled throughout 30 states in 30 days in June, informing the public about the consequences of the illegal changes to Title IX and holding rallies to build upon widespread bipartisan support to protect women’s sports. Just this week, Our Bodies, Our Sports, the nation’s first and only coalition of women’s advocacy organizations fighting for fairness in women’s sports, delivered two open letters – one letter to the Biden administration and one letter to congressional leadership – signed by its 12 member organizations from across the political spectrum, including prominent and decorated female athletes Martina Navratilova, Riley Gaines, Donna de Varona, and Nancy Hogshead. The letters demand the war on women be stopped, the illegal Title IX rewrite be reversed, and women’s sports be protected for women only. “American women and girls deserve no less,” the letter states.

The administration’s draft rules, released on June 23, 2022, “in celebration” of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, generated overwhelming public opposition, with citizens filing a record number of comments with the Department of Education. 

Immediately following the Biden administration’s illegal rewrite of Title IX, Independent Women’s Law Center filed a blockbuster lawsuit – Alabama vs. Cardona – against the Biden administration’s illegal Title IX regulation. National Law Journal said IWF’s lawsuit stands out for its comprehensive challenge to multiple aspects of the regulation. 

IWV now calls on Senators to support the CRA, advance this legislation to President Biden’s desk, and preserve Title IX and women’s rights across the nation. 

IW is leading efforts against the Title IX rewrite: 

  • Independent Women’s Law Center is challenging the illegal rewrite in court. 
  • Independent Women’s Forum, IWV’s sister organization, organized the Our Bodies, Our Sports “Take Back Title IX” Summer 2024 Bus Tour taking our message coast to coast to activate supporters to take back Title IX and stand up for women’s sports. 
  • IWF joined a panel discussion on Capitol Hill, led by U.S. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, on the importance of protecting Title IX and the threat posed to women’s equal opportunity and spaces – including sports – by the Biden administration’s illegal Title IX rewrite.
  • IWV drove more than 20,000 public comments to the Department of Education opposing the Biden administration’s plan to gut Title IX. 
  • Independent Women’s Forum ambassadors recently joined the “Take Back Title IX” roundtable, hosted by U.S. Senators on Capitol Hill, to advocate fairness in women’s sports. Read their written testimonies here

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Independent Women’s Network Launches Philadelphia Chapter

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Independent Women’s Network (IWN), the national grassroots community activist arm of Independent Women’s Voice, proudly announced the launch of its Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chapter, led by Elizabeth Harris and Bridget Michener. This chapter joins 33 other chapters around the country and an online community of more than 32,000 IWN members. The Chapter’s inaugural event, held on Sunday, May 19, brought together an incredible group of women from the Philadelphia area who share a common goal of advocating for women’s rights and safeguarding women’s sports.

“The Philadelphia launch of Independent Women’s Network is another step in the right direction towards freedom and independence for women and for saving women’s sports,” stated Elizabeth Harris, Philadelphia Chapter Leader.

IWN serves as a platform to protect women’s civil liberties and safety, particularly in relation to crucial constitutional rights. The organization firmly believes that the ability to exercise knowledge and raise our voices should not be controlled by any political administration. This includes the pressing issue of preserving women’s sports, which are currently under threat.

Bridget Michener, Philadelphia Chapter Co-Leader, said, “What we don’t know WILL hurt us. It was inspirational and powerful to have a well-attended event with a collective group of so many intelligent, interested, passionate, and strong women in one room: grandmothers, mothers, wives, sisters, friends, aunts, nieces, professionals, athletes, homemakers, and philanthropists alike.”

Michener expressed her gratitude towards her cousin, Megan Kaltenbach Burke, an IWN advocate and trailblazer in Colorado. Burke’s encouragement led Michener and Harris to establish the Philadelphia chapter. Pennsylvania, being a significant political market, has the potential to foster positive change through the power of information sharing.

The chapter launch featured speakers who further ignited the attendees’ desires and aspirations for policy change, including Amber Schwartz, Executive Vice President of Independent Women’s Forum (IWF). IWN Ambassadors Paula Scanlan, former swimmer at the University of Pennsylvania, and Jen Sey, founder of XX-XY Athletics, also spoke, making the event an unforgettable experience.

IWN was created to build a supportive community for women and to give them the tools they need to make a positive difference in their neighborhoods and our country.  

“We heard from thousands of women from across the country who said they wanted a community where they could connect, share ideas, and take action,” said IWN Director, Julie Gunlock.. “We launched the Independent Women’s Network to stand shoulder to shoulder with women who are ready to turn our economy around and fight to save our freedoms by countering the woke mob and standing up to cancel culture and out-of-touch bureaucrats.”

An engaging and growing community of independently-minded women work together to advance shared principles through chapter gatherings and the IWN online movement. Membership to IWN opens access to message boards, curated news, smart content, a resource center, exclusive events, and an action center.

“IWN members are happy warriors who stand up to bullies – bullies with positions in school boards; bullies on social media; bullies in corporations and in politics,” said IWN National Chapter Director, Christy Narsi. “Our Chapters are communities of women who form lasting bonds and are ready to take local action. We support one another, and our members are not alone when they stand up to lead on issues critical to our country.” 

Members of the community who are interested in joining Independent Women’s Network should email IWN Membership Coordinator Kiara Kincaid  ([email protected]) or visit iwnetwork.com for more information.

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Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Documentary of Former Inmate Exposes Shocking Human Rights Violations Inside Women’s Prisons

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Independent Women’s Forum (IWF) released the second episode in its exclusive documentary series, Cruel & Unusual Punishment: The Male Takeover of Female Prisons. The series documents the ugly fallout of policies that allow male inmates—including convicted sex offenders—to declare themselves “women” and be housed with females. The second episode in the series features Amie Ichikawa, a former inmate who now serves as an ambassador at Independent Women’s Forum.

Ichikawa was incarcerated at Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF), where she served five years. After her release from prison, Ichikawa co-founded a nonprofit organization, Woman II Woman, where she keeps in contact with hundreds of female inmates to provide them support. In 2021, after California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law SB 132—legislation that opened the door for male prisoners to transfer into women’s prisons—Ichikawa began receiving letters, emails, and phone calls from incarcerated women being harmed by this policy.

As a former inmate who was also incarcerated with convicted men who identified as women, Ichikawa feels obligated to be a voice for desperate women who are being silenced behind bars. She began sounding the alarms about what was happening as a result of Newsom’s policy, but was met with the cold-shoulder by organizations that traditionally serve as advocates for female inmates. 

“There was so much despair and hopelessness, and it was really intense. I reached out to other organizations, the larger organizations that would characteristically help women, and the pushback I got was very surprising,” Ichikawa says in the documentary. “No one wanted to talk about it. And the people who did want to talk about it told me I needed to get educated and learn the language. Someone actually told me that I needed to be careful, and I didn’t care then because it didn’t feel political, it felt like a human rights issue, and I still don’t care because it is a human rights issue.”

IWF’s Storytelling Director and co-producer of the series, Kelsey Bolar, said, “Amie Ichikawa began fighting for female inmates when no one else would. IWF is honored to now stand alongside her in this fight for dignity and justice for incarcerated women. As her story makes clear, there is nothing safe, compassionate, or humane about forcing women to live alongside violent, predatory men.”

IWF’s Storytelling Manager and co-producer of the series, Andrea Mew, added, “Women behind bars trust Amie with their lives – and that’s because she’s genuinely one of very few invested in this fight day in and day out to protect their rights. It takes a lot of courage to stand up for biological truth rather than simply take the path of least resistance. Female inmates bearing the burden of ‘inclusive’ policies deserve a better chance at rehabilitation – and Amie’s tireless advocacy truly demonstrates the urgency of this situation in California and beyond.”

Amie Ichikawa and Kelsey Bolar recently joined The Megyn Kelly Show to discuss the Cruel & Unusual Punishment series and the dangers of integrating men into women’s prisons. As an IWF ambassador and former inmate, Ichikawa will continue to fight for the rights of incarcerated women. 

Watch Amie Ichikawa’s story HERE.

Read Amie Ichikawa’s New York Post exclusive op-ed featuring Cruel & Unusual Punishment: The Male Takeover of Female Prisons, HERE.

BACKGROUND:

As more states allow men who identify as women into women’s prisons, few are aware of the harmful fallout. Women with histories of trauma and domestic abuse are forced to share their most private and intimate spaces with intact males—many of whom are violent, sexual predators serving time for heinous crimes.

Allowing male offenders to reside in women’s prisons is dangerous and unfair. Put simply, it’s cruel and unusual punishment. These stories stand as a testament to why biological sex matters, especially in institutional settings. Incarcerated women need and deserve female-only spaces. Anything less is a violation of their most basic human rights.

The eradication of single-sex prisons is harming female inmates.

In this documentary mini series, IWF brings voices to light who detail the untold, gruesome story about what’s been happening to female inmates behind closed doors. As more and more prison systems allow males to declare themselves “women” and opt to be housed in facilities meant for females, the voices of those most affected deserve to be heard. 

Watch the Cruel & Unusual Punishment: The Male Takeover of Female Prisons trailer HERE. Each episode of this ongoing short documentary series produced by IWF, varying from 5 to 10 minutes in length, will be released individually over the coming weeks, with episodes available to the public for free on YouTube.

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WHY IS THERE SILENCE?

Independent Women’s Forum Launches Campaign Featuring Meghan McCain, Tulsi Gabbard, Riley Gaines, Sage Steele, Qanta Ahmed, and Emily Austin Calling On Former Champions of Women’s Rights to #StandwithWomen and Demand the Release of Israeli Hostages


Where Are #BringBackOurGirls, #MeToo, and Women’s March Celebrities and Public Figures?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — On International Women’s Day, Independent Women’s Forum (IWF), the nation’s most impactful policy organization for women, launches a campaign blasting the reprehensible silence by the elected leaders, women’s organizations, celebrities, and other prominent public figures who once backed women’s rights and calling upon them to break their silence, #StandWithWomen, and join in demanding the release of Israeli hostages. 

In the wake of the horrific genocidal attacks on Israeli women and girls by Hamas on October 7, 2023—which included premeditated murder, mass rape, and violent sexual assault, and the deliberate use of real-time documentation and broadcasting of these crimes as psychological warfare—women’s human rights have been grotesquely neglected. 

IWF’s 30-second campaign video sheds light on the callous disregard for Israeli women by the White House, and prominent #BringBackOurGirls and #MeToo supporters. Meghan McCain, Tulsi Gabbard, Riley Gaines, Sage Steele, Qanta Ahmed, and Emily Austin, all admirable advocates for women’s rights around the world, appear in the video with a unified message to join them and #StandWithWomen on International Women’s Day by condemning the atrocities and extreme sexual violence committed against women and girls by Hamas, and calling for the release of those still held captive.

“Rape is not a just weapon of war. It’s a war crime. No matter what you think of the larger geopolitical implications of what’s happening in the Middle East, we should all be able to agree that the horrifying sexual assaults on women and girls are simply unacceptable and that there must be consequences for this grotesque violation of human rights,” said Heather R. Higgins, chairman of the board for Independent Women’s Forum.

IWF also sent a new letter to the White House’s Gender Policy Council, again asking for the White House to speak out forcefully and condemn Hamas’ weaponization of sexual violence and demand freedom for the hostages still being held and subjected to continued abuse. The letter writes in part “Continued silence signals apathy to this ongoing hostage problem and an indifference to the cause of women’s rights and equality.”

Joining IWF’s letter are colleagues from the Ayaan Hirshi Ali Foundation (AHA) and the Muslim American Leadership (MALA). 

Andrea Bottner, vice president of external relations at Independent Women’s Forum, said: “As we celebrate International Women’s Day, let’s make sure that all women are afforded basic human rights regardless of their race, religious identity or political affiliations. Sadly, too many so-called ‘advocates’ for women have forgotten this basic principle. Rape cannot be used as a weapon of war and those who don’t condemn this brutality should be held accountable.”

Bottner, who previously served in the U.S. Department of State as Director for the Office of International Women’s Issues, joined other allied women’s organizations this morning in ringing the Nasdaq Opening Bell in honor of International Women’s Day.

IWF’s Center for Economic Opportunity, Education Freedom Center, Center for Energy and Conservation, and Independent Women’s Law Center work everyday to secure safety, security, freedom, and equal opportunity for women. 

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Independent Women’s Network Launches Indianapolis Chapter

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Today, Independent Women’s Network (IWN), the national grassroots community activist arm of Independent Women’s Voice, celebrated the launch of its Indianapolis Chapter. This chapter joins 26 chapters around the country and an online community of more than 32,000 IWN members.

“Growing up in Wyoming, the equality state, it was always instilled in me the need to use my voice for good and always know that I could and should speak up for what I believe in. I’m sad to say that in the past few years I had lost sight of the importance of being taught this as a young woman. But attending the IWF gala this year and being surrounded by other strong women from Wyoming it re-lit the fire within me. I want all women to have the opportunities I had, to get a good education, and play sports in a safe environment, and to be supported and surrounded by strong independent women. When I joined IWN and noticed that there was not a chapter in my area it spurred me into action,” said IWN’s Indianapolis Chapter Co-Leader, Amber Hageman. 

Hageman continued, “The Indianapolis chapter will aim to bring women of different backgrounds together in an environment where we can all voice our opinions and have meaningful conversations while still respecting the beliefs of those around us. As a society today, we have lost the ability to respectfully agree to disagree.” 

The Indianapolis Chapter Co-leaders Amber Hageman and Linda Ball are both passionate about building a community of strong women to advocate for the Indianapolis community. 

As a dedicated mom of four, wife, and real estate broker, Linda Ball is committed to empowering women to succeed both personally and professionally. Linda resides on the west side of Indianapolis, where she helps real estate clients achieve their dreams in both residential and commercial real estate. 

Amber Hageman is a member of the development team for EdChoice and is an advocate for educational choice options for families. As a professional fundraiser, Amber believes in the power of conversations and learning about who someone is through those conversations. 

IWN was created to build a supportive community for women and to give them the tools they need to make a positive difference in their neighborhoods and our country.  

“We heard from thousands of women from across the country who said they wanted a community where they could connect, share ideas, and take action,” said IWN Director, Julie Gunlock.. “We launched the Independent Women’s Network to stand shoulder to shoulder with women who are ready to turn our economy around and fight to save our freedoms by countering the woke mob and standing up to cancel culture and out-of-touch bureaucrats.”

An engaging and growing community of independently-minded women work together to advance shared principles through chapter gatherings and the IWN online movement. Membership to IWN opens access to message boards, curated news, smart content, a resource center, exclusive events, and an action center.

“IWN members are happy warriors who stand up to bullies – bullies with positions in school boards; bullies on social media; bullies in corporations and in politics,” said IWN National Chapter Director, Christy Narsi. “Our Chapters are communities of women who form lasting bonds and are ready to take local action. We support one another, and our members are not alone when they stand up to lead on issues critical to our country.” 

Members of the community who are interested in joining Independent Women’s Network should email IWN Membership Coordinator Kiara Kincaid  ([email protected]) or visit iwnetwork.com for more information.

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Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae File Lawsuit Against Sorority Leadership For Blatantly Harming Women To Favor Men

COLUMBUS, OH — Alumnae of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority have filed a lawsuit, Levang et al. v. Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity, et al., in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio against Kappa’s governing officials for their multiple violations of Kappa’s governing rules, fraudulent activity, failure to abide by Ohio’s free speech laws, defamation, and breaches of contracts. The suit is led by Independent Women’s Network (IWN) members Patsy Levang and Cheryl Tuck-Smith, both of whom were removed from Kappa after more than 50 years of service to the sorority, for speaking against Kappa’s hidden policy promoting the initiation of men despite the clear prohibition in Kappa’s governing documents. Ms. Levang and Ms. Tuck-Smith are joined by Susan Jennings, Margo Knorr, Karen Pope, and Ann Witt as co-plaintiffs.

Independent Women’s Law Center Director May Mailman, who is serving as co-counsel for the plaintiffs in Levang v. Kappa Kappa Gamma, said, “Kappa leadership continues to disrespect its members not only by denying them the single-sex organization they were promised, but by lashing out in hopes of silencing the truth. This violates Kappa’s Bylaws and the basic freedoms women deserve.” May also serves as lead counsel for Westenbroek v. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

Kappa Kappa Gamma alumnae issue the following statements on the filing of Levang v. Kappa Kappa Gamma:

Patsy Levang, esteemed past Kappa Kappa Gamma National Foundation President and member of Independent Women’s Network: “As a prior foundation President of Kappa Kappa Gamma, I felt obligated to stand up for the young women in Wyoming. The current leadership in Kappa has deliberately engaged in a campaign to undermine the Bylaws of Kappa which harms not only these young women, but the entire organization. I’m not surprised that they also disregarded the value of lifetime membership and my 56 years of dedication by sending me a removal letter.”

Margo Knorr, Kappa Kappa Gamma alumna, daughter of Levang, and Independent Women’s Network North Dakota Chapter Leader: “It’s hurtful that Kappa would oust Patsy and Cheryl in retaliation for supporting our sisters in Wyoming. At some point, to stand up for ourselves and for our beloved sorority, we need legal intervention. Women still have the right to say ‘no’ to any male being admitted into their sorority and uphold their organizational Bylaws in doing so.”

Cheryl Tuck-Smith, long-time member and active contributor to Kappa Kappa Gamma and member of Independent Women’s Network: “Kappa Kappa Gamma has successfully promoted women and high standards for 150 years. It is incomprehensible that current leadership would discard that success by prioritizing men over women. I have learned through decades of experience how important it is to preserve and protect safe and secure places for women, which allow us to develop skills in leadership, encourage community involvement, and maintain lifetime bonds. Kappa must remain true to its existing mission, to support and promote women.”

Kappa was formed in 1870, when collegiate men outnumbered women 5-to-1, as a single-sex organization for women. Kappa has maintained this single-sex status through its governing documents, which restrict membership to women only.

As described in the complaint, starting in 2015, Kappa’s Fraternity Council (its governing body) unilaterally and deceptively took steps to broaden membership to men who identified as women. At no point did the Fraternity Council take the required steps to inform Kappa members of a change to the membership requirements, nor did they ever invite discussion or debate on the issue.

Moreover, the Fraternity Council continually demonstrated bias against women, in favor of men who identify as women. For example, the Fraternity Council admitted a male through its alumnae admission process and fast-tracked him to leadership despite his lacking the years of service to the sorority consistently required of female members.

The Fraternity Council also encouraged the admission of a male collegiate member whose grades did not meet Kappa’s baseline requirements by bypassing the anonymous voting system required for female candidates.

All the while, Kappa leadership sought donations from alumnae based on representations that Kappa had not altered its mission and continued to promote sisterhood and a woman-only environment.

Kappa leadership then retaliated against Ms. Levang and Ms. Tuck-Smith who exposed these improper actions by removing them from membership and falsely accusing them of injuring Kappa and violating “human dignity.”

This lawsuit follows on the heels of Westenbroek v. Kappa Kappa Gamma, an Independent Women’s Law Center suit, which is before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Yesterday, IWLC filed its final brief in Westenbroek v. Kappa Kappa Gamma, demanding that Kappa Kappa Gamma leadership adhere to Kappa’s governing documents, which limit membership to women. IWLC is representing six women in the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority who were forced to initiate a man into their chapter. Three groups filed briefs in support of IWLC, including 450+ Kappa alumnae and feminist organizations Women’s Declaration International USA and Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF)

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