There's nothing more anti-female than letting biological men compete in women's sports

By -- Washington Examiner—— Bio and Archives--October 18, 2018

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On Sunday in Los Angeles, Canadian Rachel McKinnon won gold in the sprint portion of the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championship in the women’s 35-39 age bracket. Placing first in any sport, especially at the international level, is quite an achievement. But McKinnon, a philosophy professor and transgender athlete who competed against only women, is a biological male.

As expected, the controversial win was met with a fair amount of denunciation from actual women, including third-place finisher, American Julie Wagner. But the champion dismissed all of it and labeled detractors as nothing but “transphobic bigots” on social media, according to the Gladstone Observer:—More…



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