This idea of separate facilities is a very recent convention.
But in this raging debate over gender identity, there is one very real, very quantified and very under-appreciated issue.
Sports prove, and the evidence is absolutely there, that biologically born women and biologically born men ARE different. Men are about 10 percent better.
Fact. Reality. Empirical. Proven. Recorded. Etc.
Does this hold true once you get past the elite athlete level? After 30+ years of covering high school sports, I say yes.
At the high school level, boys hit harder, run faster, throw faster, move
So, and it
The evidence (the evidence, the evidence, the evidence, the evidence, the evidence, the evidence, the evidence) appears to point to this: Letting a gender-swapped biologically born boy compete in
At the elite amateur level (think international and Olympic-level sports) and many pro sport levels, this is pretty settled. No "performance enhancing drugs." In other words, no testosterone shots. If your body can't
So what about it? Let gender-swapped compete against their chosen gender or against their birth gender peers?
I don't have an opinion. I'm just amused by this and the splodey heads this will create.