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The NBA, NCAA, MLB and NHL have all recently adopted the concept of “sexual orientation and gender identity” as part of the collective bargaining agreement that governs their collective bargaining.
But the NBA has not yet adopted the policy that would cover transgender athletes.
The NFL has a similar policy that was adopted last year, but the NBA did not extend it to include transgender athletes because the policy was not drafted with the support of the league.
And in addition to the NBA, the NHL has a separate policy that covers transgender players.
According to the policy, which was adopted in June, a player may not be punished by the league for being a transgender person.
It says the following about players being disciplined for being transgender: The NHL will not tolerate discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
If a player does not wish to be recognized as transgender by the League, he or she may notify the League’s Executive Committee, and the Committee shall have the right to make its own decision regarding whether to suspend the player from the League.
A player may be suspended from the NHL for up to six (6) games for a single violation of this policy.
The policy does not mention the specific reason for a player being suspended, although it has been said that it is likely the reason is because the player has violated the policy.
But if the player was suspended for multiple infractions, the League will be required to impose a suspension.
So if a player was disciplined for multiple violations, there may be multiple different suspensions imposed.
A statement from the NBA said that while the league has “not finalized” its policy, the league is in the process of drafting a new one.
ESPN reported that the policy “will be drafted at the earliest opportunity” and was “likely to include language that would provide transgender athletes with the same protections as any other player.”
This could mean that it will be part of an agreement with the NBA that includes the inclusion of a trans-inclusive policy for players, which is something that the NFL has not done.
A trans-focused policy that includes gender identity would not be the first time the NBA adopted a trans inclusive policy.
Earlier this year, the NBA also announced that it would ban the use of a player’s preferred pronouns in team meetings, as well as the use and display of any identifying marker.
However, the team meeting language was amended to say “he/she” instead of “he,” adding that this is a language that was not in place in the policy and was not approved by the NBA.
The NBA also recently updated its gender identity policy to include a transgender section.
The league said it was “in discussions with the NCAA and other governing bodies” about “a trans inclusive language that will be included in our transgender policy” and would be part “of our next policy.”
But the league did not make it clear when the policy would be published.