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Riley Gaines has emerged as one of the most powerful voices in the fight to save women’s sports and spaces, but the fight is far from over! In each episode of Gaines For Girls, Riley will dive into the issues facing modern women, while hosting conversations with other leading ladies and guests who stand up for what’s right. The left’s woke culture war has nothing on Gaines For Girls! 

60 Episodes
Mary Margaret Olohan discusses her book 'D-Trans: True Stories of Escaping the Gender Ideology Cult' and the harmful effects of the gender ideology movement. She highlights the manipulation, lies, and deceit that young people fall for, leading them to believe they are in the wrong body. Olohan emphasizes the importance of protecting children, women's spaces, and the innocence of kids. She also addresses the issue of puberty blockers and hormone replacement therapy, debunking the claim that they can easily be paused and resumed. Olohan expresses hope that the tide is turning, citing the growing number of detransitioners and lawsuits as signs of progress. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley is joined by Congresswoman Mary Miller, a Republican from Illinois. Congresswoman Miller talks about her efforts to overturn President Joe Biden's rewrite of Title IX and her stance on transgender rights. She emphasizes the importance of Title IX in ensuring equal opportunities for women in education and sports, expressing concerns about the fairness and safety of allowing transgender women to compete in women's sports.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley welcomes Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey to discuss his proactive efforts in defending constitutional rights and freedoms. Bailey outlines three key objectives: protecting citizens' electoral rights amidst the persecution of President Trump, combating government censorship on social media, and opposing the illegal administrative rewrite of Title IX to safeguard women's sports. Drawing from his military experience, Bailey emphasizes courage and boldness in legal battles against media matters, the Biden administration, and the Department of Education. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley quickly celebrates the 52nd anniversary of Title IX and its impact on her athletic career. She introduces John Parks, a former high school track and field coach from Oregon, who discusses his controversial termination. John shares his background and his advocacy for fairness and safety for female athletes, particularly in the context of transgender participation in sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley interviews Jennifer Strickland, a former international model, author, and founder of the nonprofit Jennifer shares her journey from the modeling industry to discovering her faith in Christ, overcoming anorexia, and dedicating her life to helping women and girls find their true worth in God's eyes. They discuss the impact of modern feminism on women's identity and the importance of motherhood. Jennifer emphasizes the need for women to understand their value in Christ and teaches young girls about their purpose.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley speaks with Jessica Tapia, a Southern California teacher fired for refusing to use preferred pronouns and conceal students' gender identities from parents. Jessica shares her journey, including her Christian conservative views leading to her dismissal and subsequent $360,000 settlement with the Jurupa Unified School District. Attorney Bethany Onishenko discusses the legal battle and the launch of the "Teachers Don't Lie" campaign, aimed at defending teachers' constitutional rights. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley talks about a range of topics including education reform, Title IX, gender ideology, transparency in schools, and the impact of left-wing activism. Ryan Walters, the superintendent of public schools in Oklahoma, discusses his role, challenges, and the need for conservative reform in education. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Sitting Out For Women

Sitting Out For Women


Four brave young girls share their experience of stepping down from competing against a male athlete in track and field. They discuss the unfairness of allowing males to compete in girls' sports and the lack of privacy and safety for female athletes. They also talk about the backlash they faced and the importance of standing up for what is right. The girls recommend that other girls and women facing similar situations take a stand and refuse to compete against males. They emphasize the need for fairness, equal opportunity, and the protection of women's rights in sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Texas Attorney General Paxton discusses the Biden administration's rewrite of Title IX and its implications for sex-based protections under federal law. He highlights the administration's disregard for the Constitution and federal law, and the potential harm to women's rights and opportunities in sports. Paxton emphasizes the need for states to stand up against this overreach and protect women's rights. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Nicole Shanahan, the running mate of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr; discusses her background and how she got connected with Kennedy. She shares her personal experience as a mother of a daughter with chronic disease and her involvement in scientific research. Shanahan explains why she decided to support Kennedy as an independent candidate and her dissatisfaction with the two-party system. She also discusses the issue of transgender athletes in women's sports and the importance of common sense in politics. Shanahan addresses the censorship by big tech companies and the need to unravel corporate capture. She emphasizes the importance of addressing the root causes of social issues and creating a healthy America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Payton McNabb, a high school senior, was hit in the face by a boy posing as a woman during a volleyball game, resulting in a brain injury. She has since become an advocate for women's sports and has been working with the Independent Women's Forum. Payton shares her experience and the ongoing effects of her injury, including vision impairment and memory loss. She discusses the lack of response and apology from the boy and his team, as well as the dismissive attitude of some medical professionals. Payton emphasizes the importance of protecting women's sports and calls out politicians who deny the issue. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, former Navy SEAL and US Senate candidate Tim Sheehy discusses his military background, his decision to run for office in Montana, and his commitment to American values. He addresses cultural issues, his support for defining sex biologically, and criticizes Senator Tester's voting record. Sheehy also talks about the national significance of the Montana Senate race and the importance of citizen engagement in politics. He emphasizes the need for leadership and active participation, especially from the younger generation, to shape America's future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley interviews Jennifer Sey, CEO and founder of XX-XY Athletics. Jennifer shares her journey from being an elite gymnast to confronting abuse in the sport, which led to her advocacy for women and truth. After leaving a long career at Levi's due to her stance on children's rights during the pandemic, she founded XX-XY Athletics. The brand is dedicated to protecting women's opportunities, with a focus on ethical production and non-political, common sense values. Find out more at Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley welcomes Brandy Meeks to discuss the impact of gender ideology in sports, focusing on a personal incident involving Brandy's daughter at a Missouri wrestling tournament. Brandy, an activist and president of the Vitae Foundation, shares her concerns about a transgender athlete in her daughter's weight class potentially using testosterone, which could be considered a performance-enhancing drug. They explore the loophole in Missouri law that fails to address this specific scenario and the importance of supporting Senate Bill 1440 to protect women's sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley is joined by Larry Maile, President of USA Powerlifting, to discuss the contentious issue of transgender women's inclusion in female sports categories. Maile, with his background in clinical and forensic psychology and powerlifting, highlights the biological strength differences between sexes and the impact on women's sports. The episode covers USA Powerlifting's lawsuit aimed at maintaining fairness in women's sports and addresses the backlash faced by athletes opposing inclusive policies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley talks with former teammate, Kaitlynn Wheeler about their experiences as collegiate swimmers during the pandemic, the controversy of competing against transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, and the pressures of vaccine mandates. They delve into the emotional challenges and the lawsuit against the NCAA, advocating for the protection of female athletes' rights and single-sex spaces in sports.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley welcomes Amie Ishikawa to discuss the complex issues surrounding gender ideology in women's prisons. Amie, a formerly incarcerated woman and advocate, shares her experiences and concerns about men identifying as women being housed in female facilities. They explore the implications for safety, dignity, and the definition of "woman" in legal terms. The episode also touches on the work of Amie's organization, Woman II Woman, and how listeners can support their efforts to protect the rights and well-being of incarcerated women. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Courage is a Habit

Courage is a Habit


Alvin Lui, founder of Courage is a Habit, discusses the transgender trafficking bill and its impact on parental rights. He explains how the bill allows adults to take children across state lines for transgender procedures without parental consent, and how it protects the traffickers from legal action. Lui highlights the importance of public pressure in defeating such bills and urges listeners to take action. He also emphasizes the role of school counselors in promoting the transgender agenda and the need to empower parents in K-12 education. Lui discusses the importance of parents being aware of what is happening in schools and taking action to protect their children. He also highlights the dangers of organizations like the American School Counselor Association and the World Professional Association of Transgender Health. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In this episode, Riley candidly discusses the contentious issue of transgender athletes in women's sports. She shares her personal experiences, including the difficulties she faced competing against a transgender athlete, and the impact on her training during COVID-19. Gaines addresses the broader implications for women's rights and sports integrity, expressing concerns over unfair advantages and the psychological effects on female athletes. She also touches on the pressure to conform to gender identity pronouns and the silencing by university administration.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit