Recently, males have been allowed to play in women’s sports, taking away many opportunities from female athletes.
Christiana Kiefer introduced a few athletes and said, “During their time in high school, two male athletes were awarded 15 women’s state championship titles and set 17 new individual meet records.”
She noted that “Males are generally bigger, faster, and stronger. They have larger hearts and greater lung capacity, denser bones, and stronger muscles. These physical characteristics give males a 10 to 50 percent performance advantage over comparably fit and trained female athletes. That means that no amount of hormones or testosterone suppression can undo those physical advantages.”
Because of this, many women are unable to compete without a disadvantage.