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And these same controversies regarding testosterone levels have influenced the regulations concerning the participation of openly transgender athletes in professional sports. Some people with a Y chromosome will develop hormonally and anatomically as female. But what about when we get older and want to play sports. All of these factors are somewhat independent, and all of them can have some bearing on athletic performance. Also, I want to bring up that elite athletes have sport-specific body types for their events. So early on in life there is evidence that these hormones are important. But due to the stigma surrounding such issues, he was too embarrassed to tell anyone about his suspicions.
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So maybe this is a good optimistic way to end our reflections about sports and gender… Mike. Also, I want to bring up that elite athletes have sport-specific body types for their events. Yeah, I think we all saw some pretty egregious media coverage during the Olympics this summer. The next 5 or so minutes of this podcast will discuss issues of sexual traumas that might be triggering or uncomfortable to some listeners, so we wanted to warn you in advance. Sport is not necessarily the problem, per se, but as demonstrated in this podcast, sport provides us with a space to critically think about toxic masculinity and aggression.
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So is there something about these sports that differentiate them from other sports. You can find out more about the event on their website, radcliffe. And perhaps if this trend continues and female, transgender, and intersex athletes are afforded more equitable treatment in sports, this will be reflected in greater equality in other arenas of life. I think the detection of these hormones may have been an easy way for sports organizations to distinguish male versus female because for quite some time it was accepted that men produce more testosterone than women and women produce more estrogen than men, so if you just did a blood test, you can usually tell who is what. Wow, those are certainly examples of the unacceptable treatment of women in media. Athletes from rural areas in developing countries are especially susceptible to requirements for these kinds of highly invasive surgeries, as they may not have another career to turn to if they can no longer participate in professional athletics.
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