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Select batches may have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue

Affected products include Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

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Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

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Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

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Meet Jupiter, the drag performer inspired by your favorite cartoon villains

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

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Meet Jupiter, the drag performer inspired by your favorite cartoon villains

Jupiter is a drag performer who’s bringing classic villains to life, taking inspiration from cartoons, movies and anime to create looks that perfectly blend fear and glam! The post Meet Jupiter, the drag performer inspired by your favorite cartoon villains appeared first on In The Know.

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

Camila Alves McConaughey opened up about having to get eye surgery due to sun damage. Here's what experts want you to know.

Meet Jupiter, the drag performer inspired by your favorite cartoon villains

Jupiter is a drag performer who’s bringing classic villains to life, taking inspiration from cartoons, movies and anime to create looks that perfectly blend fear and glam! The post Meet Jupiter, the drag performer inspired by your favorite cartoon villains appeared first on In The Know.

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

Summer school enrollment has skyrocketed. Experts say attendance is especially important this year.

First trans NCAA athlete wants to stop bills that ban trans kids from sports

Dyllón Burnside of ‘Pose’ on being queer: ‘News flash! I sleep with who I want’

After eye surgery for sun damage, Camila Alves McConaughey urges fans to ‘wear sunglasses.’ Here’s what you need to know.

Camila Alves McConaughey opened up about having to get eye surgery due to sun damage. Here's what experts want you to know.

Meet Jupiter, the drag performer inspired by your favorite cartoon villains

Jupiter is a drag performer who’s bringing classic villains to life, taking inspiration from cartoons, movies and anime to create looks that perfectly blend fear and glam! The post Meet Jupiter, the drag performer inspired by your favorite cartoon villains appeared first on In The Know.

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


Frito-Lay Recalls Rold Gold Products

Frito-Lay has recalled several batches of Rold Gold snacking pretzels that might have been made with flour containing undeclared peanut residue by Grain Craft. This recall follows a Hostess Brands recall affecting 710,000 products that was issued for the same reason.

“The Rold Gold products subject to the recall may have been produced using the recalled flour and, as a result, these Rold Gold products may contain low levels of undeclared peanut residue,” says Frito-Lay. Affected products include select Rold Gold Tiny Twists, Thins, Sticks, and Honey Wheat Braided.

There have been no illnesses reported associated with this recall, and no other Rold Gold products are impacted.

Why celebrity mental health matters

Meghan Trainor feels like a �ss' after giving birth

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The first trans athlete to compete in the NCAA on stopping bills banning trans kids from sports

By the time Schuyler Bailar got to high school, he was one of the nation’s top 20 15-year-old breast strokers. By 17, he set a national age-group record. His hard work paid off when he was accepted to join the Harvard swim team in 2013. Bailar had been accepted to the women’s swim team, but after realizing that he was transgender, he had to grapple with possibly losing the chance to compete in the sport he loved. “I’m an athlete, and if I transitioned I would lose the women’s team. But when it became more clear that I wanted to transition, that I was going to go through medical steps in my transition, that I wanted to go by he/him/his pronouns, my coach Steph was like ‘What about the men’s team?’” Ultimately, Bailar decided to take the leap. And after a gap year, became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. Now 25, Bailar uses his social platforms to raise awareness about trans issues. Currently, more than 30 state legislatures have bills designed to ban trans girls and women from playing women’s athletics. Bailar believes these bills are harmful to the wellbeing of trans children. “I get goosebumps in a bad way, in a sad way and sort of teary when I think about it because a lot of trans kids don’t have the support from their parents, don’t have the support from their teachers, or their friends. So for the government to add on to that, ‘oh by the way, you also don’t belong in sports,' it’s a massive massive message to these kids that they don’t belong. Additionally, Bailar suggests going to his website to learn more about the 144 trans bills in the United States that target sports and access to healthcare.


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