Women can beat the odds, but we can't beat biology. Keep men out of women's sports

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NBC News recently declared that women are engaging in “transphobic rhetoric” simply by offering reasonable objections to the destruction of their sports.

No doubt we will hear the same thing as we approach the upcoming Winter Olympics, if any female athletes express concern about the International Olympic Committee’s new transgender athlete guidelines.

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Idaho State University cross-country and track athlete Madison Kenyon. (Madison Kenyon)

Those guidelines include an interesting—and really hypocritical—statement, in which committee members recognize “the need to ensure that everyone, irrespective of their gender identity or sex variations, can practice sport in a safe, harassment-free environment that recognizes and respects their needs and identities.”

By “everyone,” it seems clear the committee only means people who identify as a sex different than the one they were born with—because by allowing men to compete against women, the committee is pretty much ensuring that female athletes will have to compete less safely and fairly.

And, for any women who object to that, it’s clear that many authority figures—coaches, administrators, sports officials, elected officials, and even the Olympic Committee itself—will not only harass them, but refuse

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