Olympic Committee eliminates medical “gender change” requirement for male athletes who want to compete in women’s sports

Say goodbye to the dreams of little girls all over the world

GenderTrender

Bruce Jenner Bruce Jenner

Results of last November’s “Consensus Meeting on Sex Reassignment and Hyperandrogenism” which decided changes to Olympic eligibility policies have been posted on the IOC website. And the winner is…. Men.

Aliana Hardie- submission wrestler/boxer Aliana Hardie- submission wrestler/boxer

Under the previous guidelines, male athletes who wished to compete in women’s events were required to provide proof of legal gender change and evidence of surgical gonad removal followed by two years of estrogen treatments.The new guidelines do away with all of that. Under the new guidelines, any male can compete in women’s events with no legal gender change and no medical treatment whatsoever, on the basis of his declaration alone: he must declare that he believes himself to possess a “female” personality or mentality. The one caveat is that his testosterone levels must remain in the lower range of typical male levels (<10 nmol/L) for the duration of one year. Men…

View original post 2,508 more words

Advertisements