The paper said that if she was taking the drugs under a doctor's orders it was legal for her to play as a woman. The kid was wrestling where they were making her wrestle. Personally, I think she should have not wrestled if they would let her wrestle as a man.
I see fuzz ia agitating people again. You are right...that person was born a girl and will always be one regardless of how she dresses. One thing she can't get around are the chromosomes she carries (female) regardless of how she looks.
I don't see anybody freaking out or yelling. What I see is you, fuzz, making a controversial statement and then you see if anybody takes the bait. Notice when I answered your question you ignored my answer.
Why is there a birth certificate requirement to establish gender participation? ( I have my suspicions to why)Why is hormone/ steroid ok if performed by a physician? In this particular case is it an elective procedure? Why is it ok? Another article mentions Mack wants the UIL to follow NCAA rules for transgender athletes. If Texas schools have student athletes who will contend with the NCAA rules the UIL must also have similar pathways otherwise we have these loop holes.
If Texas High Schools followed/implemented the same rules as the NCAA would this even be a problem? I don't think it was fair for the other female wrestlers, BUT this may have been the only way to get the ball rolling to make it fair?