Earlier this week, I wrote about Stanford University’s new “opportunity for a women’s-only training environment” at its Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center, and suggested that such a policy that discriminates against half the student body probably violates both federal civil rights laws (including Title IX) and Stanford’s own non-discrimination policy.

And then within 24 hours of the original post, following the national coverage of the situation, Stanford University took down the webpage providing details about the women’s only training program and has apparently either canceled or suspended the program for further review.

A “girls-only” firefighter camp in San Diego has been canceled a day after a complaint by a local lawyer known for challenging single-sex events.

Read the full article on single-sex events by Mark J. Perry at American Enterprise Institute