Newest Publications about Males Competing in Female Sports

Rachel McKinnon Is a Cheat and a Bully

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10/29/19 by Madeleine Kearns

Rachel McKinnon — the so-called defending “world champion” of women’s track cycling — is a man. I’ll repeat that so my meaning cannot be misconstrued. He is a man.

Male Athletes Are Taking Over Women’s Cycling

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Transgender cyclist accuses woman she defeated of 'poor sportsmanship' for failing to link arms

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Big Sky Conference names male runner ‘female athlete of the week,’ leaves out he’s transgender

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McKinnon, Manchester and Bury Black Pudding

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Donald Trump Jr. Says ‘Sorry’ to Female Athletes Who Lost to Transgender Cyclist

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Trans Athlete Wins Women’s World Cycling Competition, Again; Slams ‘Transphobic’ Critics

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Commentary: The complicated case of transgender cyclist Dr. Rachel McKinnon

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

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Rally Outside the Supreme Court

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Testosterone boosts women’s athletic performance, study shows

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What I Learned at an LGBTQ Rally

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‘Justice’ for trans athletes is unfair to girls like my daughter

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Trans Athletes: The Death Of Women's Sports Fairness Gone Too Far

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – USA Powerlifting Addresses Derogatory Claims on Social Media

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10/2/19 by USA Powerlifting

"It has recently come to the attention of USA Powerlifting that the company Fear Her Fight Athletics, LLC (FHFA) has made derogatory remarks about the organization on social media outlets... 

FHFA’s claims that USA Powerlifting is a white supremacy organization, are patently false."

Transgender Athlete Participation Debate

  


Rebecca Dussault - Olympic Skier


A 2006 Winter Olympian in cross-country skiing and a world champion winter triathlete, warns that, "We are wading into some really dangerous waters” in allowing transgender participation in female sporting events. 

Tamikka Brents after fighting trans athlete Fallon Fox

 “I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not because I’m not a doctor. 


I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right… I still disagree with Fox fighting.


 Any other job or career I say have a go at it, but when it comes to a combat sport I think it just isn’t fair.” 

DSD/Intersex Athletes

 

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