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National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) policy allows males who undergo testosterone suppression to compete athletically as females.  However, studies show that testosterone suppression does NOT make a level playing field for men to compete against women.

The New York Post reports:

Michael Phelps: NCAA’s Lia Thomas issue shows need for level playing field.

Thomas, a transgender swimmer on the women’s team at the University of Pennsylvania, competed for three years as a male. NCAA bylaws permit transgender athletes to compete as women if they have undergone testosterone suppression for a year.

Thomas has been demolishing female competition. There is a chance she could not only win national championships, but compete for all-time NCAA records set by Olympic gold medalists Missy Franklin and Katie Ledecky.

None of Thomas’ teammates have spoken on the record about their opinion on the matter, though some have chosen to do so anonymously to voice their concerns.

“She compares herself to Jackie Robinson. She said she is like the Jackie Robinson of trans sports,” one of Thomas’ teammates told the Washington Examiner last week. “She laughs about it and mocks the situation. Instead of caring or showing that she cares about what she’s doing or what she’s doing to her teammates, she’s not sympathetic or empathetic at all. Lia never addressed our team. She never asked if it was OK. She never asked how we felt. She never tried to explain how she feels. She never has said anything to us as a group. She never addressed anything.”

Policy allowing males to compete athletically as females based on testosterone suppression does not change men into women nor make men physically equal to women.

The National Institute of Health reports:

The muscular advantage enjoyed by transgender women is only minimally reduced when testosterone is suppressed.  

report that the performance gap between males and females becomes significant at puberty and often amounts to 10-50% depending on sport. The performance gap is more pronounced in sporting activities relying on muscle mass and explosive strength, particularly in the upper body. Longitudinal studies examining the effects of testosterone suppression on muscle mass and strength in transgender women consistently show very modest changes, where the loss of lean body mass, muscle area and strength typically amounts to approximately 5% after 12 months of treatment. Thus, the muscular advantage enjoyed by transgender women is only minimally reduced when testosterone is suppressed. Sports organizations should consider this evidence when reassessing current policies regarding participation of transgender women in the female category of sport.

The Guardian reports:

Trans women retain 12% edge in tests two years after transitioning, study finds:

A groundbreaking new study on transgender athletes has found trans women retain a 12% advantage in running tests even after taking hormones for two years to suppress their testosterone. The results, researchers suggest, indicate the current International Olympic Committee guidelines may give trans women an “unfair competitive advantage” over biological women.

The research, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, found that before starting their hormone treatment trans women performed 31% more push-ups and 15% more sit-ups in one minute on average than a biological women younger than 30 in the air force – and ran 1.5 miles 21% faster.

Yet after suppressing their testosterone for two years – a year longer than IOC guidelines – they were still 12% faster on average than biological females.

The trans women also retained a 10% advantage in push-ups and a 6% advantage in sit-ups for the first two years after taking hormones, before their advantage disappeared. But the researchers say they “may underestimate the advantage in strength that trans women have over cis women … because trans women will have a higher power output than cis women when performing an equivalent number of push-ups”.

Male athletes pretending to be females are demoralizing girls and ruining women’s sports.  Woke leftists demand that a made up, unnatural, unscientific identity that allegedly makes up .58 percent of the population should be allowed to destroy decades of sports competition by real women who make up 50.52 percent of the population.  This unfairness is grossly disproportional against women.  Testosterone suppression simply cannot restore fairness and safety by having men compete against women.

The leaders of our colleges have been the guardians and custodians of science and history for centuries.  Science and history have supported the sexual differences of male and female for hundreds of years.  Tragically, collegiate leaders succumbed to LGBTQ harassment and wokeness by allowing males to compete athletically against females.

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