North America Womxn’s and Gender Minorities’ Debate Championship 2018

Are you looking for the motions that were debated on the North America Womxn’s and Gender Minorities’ Debate Championship 2018 ? It was held on the 3/1/2018. If you were there, please check the motions and tell me if anything is wrong. Also, leave a comment and tell us how did you enjoy the tournament.

Here are the motions:

Round 1 motion: THP antiheroes as the dominant female archetype in literature and film
Round 2: This House Believes That the left should publicly support the violent suppression of alt-right speech
Round 3: This House Supports the seizure and redistribution of land owned by the descendants of former colonizers in post colonial states
Round 4: THP a world where nobody can lie
Round 5: This House Would nationalize pharmaceutical research
Novice_Semis This House Believes That having children is immoral
Novice final motion: This House Believes That successful minority activists have a duty to donate their effects to schools that represent their community (eg: women’s universities, HBCUs, Tribal Colleges, etc)
The Open Quarter Final motion: s This House Would ban non-disclosure agreements in the private sector
The Open Semi Final motion: a 2014 study reported that 19% of trans* people were denied healThis House care by their provider due to their gender identity; 28% experienced harassment in a medical setting; 28% postponed care due to discrimination. Currently,there are approximately 6 doctors in the US and 2 in Canada that perform genital reconstruction surgery. Trans* people may have transition-related needs that create dependency on the healthcare system. Motion: This House Would establish and fund separate healThis House clinics to provide accessible and comprehensive care to trans*gender people
The Open Final motion: This House Believes That the media should portray mass shootings as exclusively the result of social narratives of masculinity and systemic misogyny

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