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A new study recently published in the Journal of Medical Ethics reinforced what many claim to be obvious yet LGBT activists intensely deny: that men who “identify” as women enjoy significant physical advantages over actual biological women.

The paper, by New Zealand bioethicists Taryn Knox and Lynley C. Anderson and psychologist Alison Heather, recognizes that “transwomen” retain some performance advantage from male biological characteristics such as high testosterone, and sets out to “determine whether the advantage is unfair.” “We conclude that the advantage to transwomen afforded by the IOC guidelines is an intolerable unfairness,” the paper’s abstract says. Previous research found that “healthy young men did not lose significant muscle mass (or power) when their circulating testosterone levels were reduced to (below International Olympic Committee guidelines) for 20 weeks,” the […]

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