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I think so too. I think every agrees he (and his vagina) should have been allowed to wrestle boys like he wanted.

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It feels like fsd is maybe a little unclear on the details of this case

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With respect to the story: nobody taking steroids should be allowed to compete. Duh
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They should have an all state unifying battle between the girls and boys winner.

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With respect to the story: nobody taking steroids should be allowed to compete. Duh

That seems reasonable.

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This is only my opinion as I am not transgender and obviously don't see the world through transgender eyes. It's surprising to me that a 17 year old girl knows for sure that she's supposed to be a boy. There are so many mental and physical changes still going on in the body at that point to have a definitive stance on the situation. I'm not saying she's wrong. I'm not saying she's right. If she wants to wrestle boys, I'm ok with that. I don't know if I'm ok with a doctor prescribing testosterone therapy to a teenage girl, but it's not my call.

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You guys get out of here with all dat reasonableness.

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I have a good friend whose sibling was transitioning as a teen and the hormone treatments were definitely the right course of action and arguably prescribed too late.

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Part of me thinks I would not let my kid get plastic surgery to change their body at least before they're 18, so why would I let them transition to a different sex before then?

On the other hand, thinking back to my self-conscious teen years, it has got to take some serious conviction for a kid to want to go down that road in high school.

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If they told me they felt that way
We would look into it long and hard and take a lot of visits to therapy and make sure. I'd think biologically, it'd be best to start hormones at puberty. Surgery would wait until they were in 18.

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How long until some hipster couple from Portland have a transgender reveal party for their fetus?

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How long until some hipster couple from Portland have a transgender reveal party for their fetus?

like tomorrow probably

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Yeah, no, that's too far. Good grief.


Part of me thinks I would not let my kid get plastic surgery to change their body at least before they're 18, so why would I let them transition to a different sex before then?

On the other hand, thinking back to my self-conscious teen years, it has got to take some serious conviction for a kid to want to go down that road in high school.

Agreed on both accounts. But this is another (in a long series of items like drinking age, smoking, etc.) where we need to have a more universal definition of what constitutes an "adult." Like, it's fine if this kid wants to be a man, but all the hormonal treatments and whatnot should wait (unless he got parents permission, which I'm assuming happened) until they are 18.

I know that doesn't necessarily fix all situations, or this one, but I can understand if a parent denies their child to do something until they are a legal adult (18, or w/e we decide it is) to do things, if in their best interest.

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Interviewing him on OTL

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On a testosterone level that was well below legal levela

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I'd be upset if a member of the opposite sex defeated me to win the state title. Like, not mad at my opponent, but mad at the system that let it happen.

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He said a he had a few forfeits during the season. He talked to the girls about it and it wasn't their idea but their parents made them.

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He is also gets his first mustache. It looks like when women have a mustache though

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He is also gets his first mustache. It looks like when women have a mustache though
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Those comments. Lol.

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Is it fair for Transgenders to compete in sports as who they think they are? No
« Reply #74 on: December 07, 2021, 09:04:26 AM »
Yet the #blueanon lunatics will keep signing on to continually and repeatedly flash the double bird to cisgendered female athletes

#metoo:  Unless it’s a conservative woman or not advancing our insane agenda

Sit down and shut up cisgendered female athletes (#blueanon)
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