“Rachel” McKinnon was born a man but now identifies as a woman, even though he’s kept his manhood intact.
McKinnon recently won a cycling competition in Los Angeles against women who were born that way, and even set a world record in doing so.
Do you think maybe compared to the natural-born female competitors, McKinnon had inherent physical advantages in being born male?
Acknowledging that things like testosterone, muscles, lung capacity, stamina, etc., provide an advantage isn’t sexist — it’s merely a statement of fact.
Does any reasonable person really think this policy is fair to those who were born female?