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Should there be legal restrictions on trans athletes competing in schools?

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Naomi 8 Mar 17
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We have girls/women's sports and we have boys/men's sports...all we need now is trans girls/women's sports and trans boys/men's sports! This solution, in my opinion, is the simplest way of moving forward. Hopefully we can get there together, but sadly I feel like the trans community will take offense to this solution.


I like the guys awareness of what was happening (and fixing his error). It is hard to know what is right for these kids from the outside, which is why I rely on the parents so much, and am scared to do so for the kids....


There has been division in sports based on abilities as long as I can remember. Junior varsity, varsity, weight classes, and even the special Olympics. I don't see how this is any different. Abilities should be considered. What that looks like, I don't know.

Mtray Level 2 Mar 17, 2021


Let's also have height classes for basketball teams. Tall people in basketball benefit from systemic heightism.


Your point is...?


I think this is one of those cases where common sense has to prevail.

On the one hand, there likely will never be enough transgender athletes in a given school, much less a given school district, to warrant their own sports, at least until a successor to Title IX is made law and forces the issue.

On the other hand, simply lumping them in with the girls' sports is creating a major disparity and threatens to kick girls out of their own sports.

Frankly, I cannot come up with a good compromise to team sports; you cannot significantly handicap a transgender MTF basketball player or field hockey player to make her the equal of even the best female athlete in the entire district. But in individual sports, there should be a way to handicap than transgender athletes to at least make things more fair. I mean, if there are men's tees, women's tees, and senior's tees in golf, is there nothing that can be done for track & field?

I also wonder where we draw the line in determining how much effort society should put into accommodating the one while compromising the many. That is, we may feel good that we are creating inclusivity for the one transgender athlete, but it's not a victory if we do it at the expense of all the girls who now have no competitive chance.


Perhaps able-bodied people who "identify" as disabled should be permitted to compete in the Paralympic Games.


Howdy @Naomi,

There's an old saying that hard cases make bad law. I do not deny the personal heartbreak of parents with gender dysphoric children. I do not deny the heartbreak of dysphoric children wanting desperately to fit in and never able to do so.

Yet we've spent generations building women's sports programs from secondary schools through universities and Olympics. It would destroy the whole system if transgender women (with the muscular and skeletal advantages biological males have) come to dominate it.

The world record in female weight lifting is held by a transgender woman with male muscle mass. So is the female long distance bicycling record.

We complained bitterly back in the 70s and 80s when East German women athletes dominated sports by using steroids and other performance enhancing drugs. That's exactly what's happening, however, in some high school sports programs as gender dysphoric girls take steroids to transition to males and yet compete in female sports.

So the question becomes how do we accept the transgendered women without stripping biological women of their hard earned rights.

I think once puberty hits, you have keep the transsexual out of the target sex's sports. I ALWAYS played the Championship (back) tees while playing golf because I simply hit the ball further than even most men (I had a measured drive in the PGA long driving contests of 342 and 346). Until I broke my I play from the women's tees! But I wouldn't compete against women, despite being asked to (I pass well, enough). Puberty changes us. Stop puberty before it starts, and I have no problem with a trans-girl competing with other girls. Which is why I have changed my mind about puberty blockers. I am still against cross sex hormone therapy prior to 18 (maybe 16).

@tracycoyle Always interesting to hear your insights.

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