Still no specific dangers or safety issues, just broad brushstrokes I see.<quoted text>talk about sounding ridiculous....
there is nothing made up. statistics speak for themselves.
so let's take something that can not be subjective, the state championship cross country race here in alabama.
the fastest girl from all the schools would not have been any better than 212 against the boys from all the schools. in other words she would have been more than 100 places behind my son who would have been 100 places behind the fastest runner.
nothing made up there. Girls can not race on an even playing field with the boys.
she would not even have made most of the teams not to mention that the rest of them would have no chance.
so let's talk about your 'girl' with male genitalia. a male body has a better bone structure as well as a hormonal difference that accounts for the main reason that any boy being allowed to compete on a girl's team would not be safe or fair for the girls on the other team.
your ignorance of basic human biology is astounding.
or perhaps your political agenda is blinding.
I don't care how fast your son can run, you still have no claim to state that no girl in the country could beat him.
Are the qualifications for who qualifies for a team changed for a transgendered person? Yes or no? End of story.
You and those like you remain the reason that laws like California's are required.