NYT: The Humiliating Practice of Sex-Testing Female Athletes

Steve Sailer writes: Anyone with any self-awareness should grasp that women’s sports are based on a Plessy v. Ferguson type “separate but equal” system because women can’t compete with men at the highest levels except in a few anomalous sports like shooting and English Channel swimming.

That’s because the vast majority of sports were invented by males as tests of masculinity.

Thus, the tiny number of individuals born with birth defects making them “intersex” can have sizable innate advantages over genuine women. Thus, women’s sports need to have systems for determining who is actually a woman.

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