BREAKING: Oklahoma bans males from women's locker rooms, bathrooms

"Today we take another step to preserve the integrity of women’s spaces and opportunities. We are making sure that women’s spaces are safe for women."

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On Tuesday, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed the Women’s Bill of Rights into law.

According to 2 News Oklahoma, the executive order defines sex in state law as the gender a person is born as. The bill will protect women’s bathrooms, sports, and female inmates from male intrusion.

Speaking ahead of the signing, Stitt said, "today we take another step to preserve the integrity of women’s spaces and opportunities. We are making sure that women’s spaces are safe for women."

"No men are going to go into women’s prisons in the state of Oklahoma. No men in women’s domestic shelters in the state of Oklahoma. No men in women’s locker rooms, no men in women’s bathrooms, no men in women’s sports."

Oklahoma is the first state in the country to put such a law into place through executive order. Montana, Kansas, and Tennessee passed similar bills through their legislatures.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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