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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #75
These people are hermaphrodite.  They don't fit into the transgender construct.

Yes, but not my point.

If people can physically have both bits.
Is it not plausible that they could mentally be both as well? Or opposite.

Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #76
Yes, but not my point.

If people can physically have both bits.
Is it not plausible that they could mentally be both as well? Or opposite.

Or an indiscernible mix?

Maybe, as DJC mentioned, we're transitioning to a 5 gender interpretation/understanding (Native American).
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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #77
We've see another recent example of this folly that is transgender athletes competing in female sports.

Racheal McKinnon, a transgender cyclist, has risen from relative obscurity to not only dominate the competition but set a blistering new world record. Relative to her opponents she looks like Rene Kink on a bicycle!

It's just crazy, and completely unfair for every female born cyclist on the planet, athletes that have spent years of dedicated training to get to the point they have a remote shot at being the best, only to have it crushed!

This person should not be allowed to compete with females on even terms, it's completely untenable!

I know this post won't go down well with some who champion the minority, but I feel when they do so they disrespect those women who should rightly feel robbed!



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Quote from: Victoria Hood
She said: "The science is there. The science is clear – it tells us that trans women have an advantage," she said.

"The world record has just been beaten today by somebody born male, who now identifies as female, and the gap between them and the next born female competitor was quite a lot.

"The world record was two tenths of a second. I know that doesn't sound like a lot but it is.

"The gap between them and the next female competitor was four tenths, which to put into perspective in a sprint event like this, that would be 15m of the track, when sprint events are usually won by centimetres.
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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #78
Simply shouldn't be allowed....though I reckon the South African runner is a different issue again (tougher issue too).
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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #79
Simply shouldn't be allowed....though I reckon the South African runner is a different issue again (tougher issue too).

I agree 100% in this regard related to people like Caster Semenya, and in fairness well also find men with female physical traits that give them an advantage in certain physical activities. But that is a natural variation, not man made!
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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #80
I agree 100% in this regard related to people like Caster Semenya, and in fairness well also find men with female physical traits that give them an advantage in certain physical activities. But that is a natural variation, not man made!

Should be a simple rule - if you went through puberty as a male, you should not be allowed to professionally compete as a female.  
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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #81
Should be a simple rule - if you went through puberty as a male, you should not be allowed to professionally compete as a female.

Did they though, this is an area where social politics and medical science play in the shadows!

The problem as I see it is gray, one side claim it makes no difference but the early opposing science suggests otherwise, and the results too it seems make a joke of that claim. Opponents of inclusive participation say it makes a huge difference, but the science is yet to prove it, and many decrying the science are to say the least political, and those supporting it aren't yet brave enough to offer a proof given the viciousness of the debate, and given the way funding works!

So unfortunately it looks like another gutless decision by our generation to leave it for future generations to clean up!
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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #82
In my opinion, allowing transgender athletes to compete in womens sport will eventually become the end of womens sport. If this is true, it would ruin sport for close to half of the worlds population, and for what? To keep a much smaller percentage of people happy. It seems madness to me.... but just my opinion.
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Re: Hannah Mouncey

Reply #83
Run a transgender Olympics and see how far it gets.  Agree Amers.  Total decay of interest and competition.