During his pre-NFL Draft press conference, Detroit Lions general manager Brad Holmes wore a hoodie with a strong message.

The black jersey was dressed up with a Lions logo across the chest reading «Support Women and Girls in Sports.»

The message heard from Riley Gaines, who fights for equality in girls’ and women’s sports, going against transgender women fighting biological girls in all sports.

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SEC champion swimmer Riley Gaines speaks during the general session at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas on August 6, 2022. (REUTERS/Go Nakamura)

«Amazing!!! Thank you,» Gaines tweeted with an emoji of applause.

Many Gaines supporters shared his sentiment.

«It’s ironic that bio men are defending bio women more than bio women!» Zack Heeter wrote.

«Men like Brad Holmes doing your job», another user wrote while tagging female stars like Olivia Dunne, Caitlyn Clark, and Alex Morgan.

Gaines has been in contention since Lia Thomas, who was born a boy, won the NCAA women’s swimming title.

He recently criticized President Biden when he promised to veto a bill that would prevent biological men from participating in women’s sports.

Speaking with Fox News Digital on Monday, just hours after the White House released a statement criticizing the Women and Girls in Sports Protection Act, or H.R. 734Gaines said Biden’s veto promise was evidence that he was putting a «radical minority» ahead of women across the country.

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Former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines barricaded herself in a room at San Francisco State University Thursday night after she was physically assaulted following a speech to students about saving women’s sports at a Turning event. Point USA and the Leadership Institute on campus. (FoxNews)

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“The president has declared that science, truth and common sense no longer matter. By opposing this bill, President Biden is catering to a radical minority at the expense of women, who are 51% of the population,” Gaines said.

«Equal opportunity, privacy and security in our sports should not be controversial. The women who once advocated for Title IX should be outraged that it goes against everything they fought for. Athletes of all ages , levels and sports deserve better,» he said. aggregate.

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Former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines speaks during a rally Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023, outside the NCAA Convention in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Darren Abate)

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“The left was once a party that embraced women and fought for women’s rights. And now we have seen that this narrative has been completely reversed,” she also said on “The Faulkner Focus” earlier this week.