Julia Blough Julia Blough That’s a good point but what about a transwoman who transitioned after puberty. Would she have an unfair advantage against a cisgender woman? I’m asking for educational purposes. I’m not trolling. Evelyn Blum, we tried to remove gender from sports. Women complained because they couldn’t in general beat even the worst of the men. Title X exists because of sports having been genderless. Stacey Knapp kids do sometimes, but even then they will usually segregate cause boys have too much of an advantage, that advantage significantly jumps after puberty and into adulthood, if college and Olympics allowed women to compete against men it would be an absolute one-sided shitshow. Rob Stifter, Do you stop women with PCOS from performing? Because I have it and build male type muscle mass and produce shitloads of testosterone and androgens. I still haven’t seen any evidence that can explain that benefiting from years of testosterone in building bone and muscle density isn’t an unfair advantage. If I’m missing this I’d be happy to learn something new. A year of suppression does not seem sufficient. Reading the angry post to an open and reasonable question is quite disrespectful, There are many circumstances, and it is not an easy answer. I transitioned later in life while some transition young and never reach a secondary male puberty. I am a trans female and while I am now no stronger then a lot of females, I do have a larger frame, harder bone density, and larger muscle mass memory. To state that I personally did not have an advantage physically is untrue, and not respectful of the women who work so hard. I think there are many variables and it is not an easy yes or no question. More has to be studied before we make a Grinch All I need is wine and my dog it is too peopley outside shirt.