Transgenderism and the Olympics

Next year's Tokyo Summer Olympics may spell the swift death of the transgender movement as a dominant politically correct touchstone.  Men, self-identifying as women, are poised to make a clean sweep of the Women's Olympics, triggering a very public debate on this third-rail subject.  That firestorm, pitting pro-women feminists against extreme pro-transgender progressives, will begin July 24, just as the presidential sweepstakes moves into its sprint to the finish line.  The International Olympic Committee — the IOC — recently admitted that it couldn't come up with fair guidelines governing how and when "transgender women" (that is, men) can compete as women, against actual women.  Currently, the IOC says a man self-identifying as a woman can compete, so long as his testosterone level remains below 10 nanomoles per liter (nm/L) for 12 months.  Typically, men have between 7.7 and...(Read Full Article)
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