you run faster, jump farther, or lift more weight. Above all, they are to the displeasure of many of the athletes a successful. At major tournaments, trans and intersex athletes abound medals. Caster Semenya is an example of this. Ten years of the 800-Meter runner, and dominated their opponents, already in 2009, it took 18 years, from Nothing to Gold at the world Championships in Berlin.
It was owed her success to more than just hard Training. The intersex South African was due to their genetic Disposition above-average amounts of testosterone in the body, which influenced their physical performance positively.
Also weightlifter Laurel Hubbard benefiting sporting of their genetic systems. Hubbard is a transsexual, biologically, a man is considered. 8 years ago, the new Zealander took in the men as Gavin in weightlifting competitions. Then the 41-Year-old decided that a gender reassignment surgery.
to be destroyed" Henceforth, joined Hubbard in the women's. It is so successful that it moved at the moment, the 200'000 strong population of Samoa in turmoil. Gold twice, in two fight and Tear, has won Hubbard recently in the Pacific ocean, play on the island. Only in poking the 42-Year-old had to give up due to repeated failed attempt failed. A failed attempt, which was hailed by the enraged audience with frenetic applause.
nearly all of Hubbard not to give the success. You must let the accused vis-à-vis competitors a competitive advantage. The Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi said after his victory at the Pacific games: "I really believe that he – should – ever participate in this tournament, but it is clear to me that we need to be inclusive and these people not only can shoot."
The rejection of the transsexual athlete is on the part of organisers, competitors and spectators, but "there are a lot of people are afraid to say because of political correctness," according to the 800-Meter runner to this post, MS Manouo. And the three times winner of the gold medal of the Commonwealth Games, and calls on all athletes to fight back against the discrimination. Also, the British Reporter and former CNN presenter Piers Morgan finds: "The rights of women to be destroyed by political correctness."
Created: 04.03.2020, 10:53 PMUpdated Date: 04 March 2020, 10:05