Trans women athletes hold competitive edge, even after testosterone suppression

Scientists argue that transgender female athletes hold a competitive edge over their biologically female competitors that one year of testosterone suppression therapy cannot mitigate. You can’t remove biology from the equation.

A study released last month by the Macdonald–Laurier Institute, a Canadian think tank, argues that

“there is neither a medical intervention nor a clever philosophical argument that can make it fair for trans women to compete in women’s sport,”

and it recommends other means of including trans women in competition.


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