Biological Males In Women’s Sports? Really?

By | May 9, 2021 | 0 Comments

As highlighted by The Daily Wire, “[a] study in the Journal of Applied Physiology shows that men have approximately 40% greater upper body strength and 33% greater lower body strength than women on average. Overall, women have somewhere between 37-68% the muscle strength of men.”

You still insist trans women (biological males) should compete on women’s sports? A study shows that medicine alone does not reliably suppress androgens to levels seen in biological females. Another study shows that even after 2 years of anti-androgen therapy, trans women still have a 12% edge in athletic performance over biological women. So the NCAA and IOC guidelines of 1 year of therapy are unrealistic.

These studies don’t convince you that it is unfair for trans women to compete with biological women in sports? Look at this photo. It shows the 2 stars of the film “Riddick” posing with flexed muscles. We see Vin Diesel and Katee Sackhoff, who later appeared in “Longmire.” Both know their way around the gym and worked out strenuously for “Riddick.” Katee scored second in her age class in the grueling Spartan competition. Nevertheless, only an idiot would expect Katee to compete with Vin on a level playing field.

If that photo doesn’t convince you, what about this one? A transgender woman competed with a top-class biological woman in MMA. In 2 minutes the biological woman was sent to the hospital with a concussion and facial bone fractures. You may be willing for women to lose sports medals and lose college scholarships to appease your unrealistic ideology. But are you willing for them to lose their health and possibly their lives? How far would you go to push your ideology?

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