U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is pushing back against President Joe Biden's efforts to undo Title IX by redefining what a woman is and allowing biological males to compete in athletics as females.

In a Wednesday call with members of the press, Tuberville noted the U.S. Department of Education's announced changes to add gender identity and sexual orientation to the list of federally protected groups.

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"This means that biological females now have zero safe spaces on our school and college campuses," he warned.

According to Alabama's senior U.S. Senator, the Biden administration will soon release another Title IX rule change dealing with athletics that will undo "more than 50 years of work to create fair and equal opportunities for young ladies."

"They do not deserve to be pushed to the sidelines of their own sports clubs and activities," Tuberville said of female athletes. "Try as he might, Joe Biden doesn't get to define what a woman is. I hope every woman, parent, student-athlete, teacher and coach will join me in sending a loud and clear message to Joe Biden: You can't erase women, and you can't erase Title IX."

"I'm going to continue doing everything in my power to fight and preserve Title IX for women of generations to come. It's important," he concluded.

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