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@9XMF3F9Peace and Freedom from Missouri answered…3 days

yes. Why are we holding them back? That is not okay we need to let them be who they want to be but also let them know what might happen. We need to give them that option.

@9XL8Z3HDemocrat from Alabama answered…4 days

No, let's say Lebron James becomes transgender and plays in the WNBA, who do you think is better? Non-transgender athletes, or Lebron James as a transgender?

@9XJJL5KIndependent from Virginia answered…6 days

It’s up to the organization that’s running the competition, not the government

@9XJ4TB7Women’s Equality from Louisiana answered…6 days

See I can see why people would want this to be allowed and why people would not want this. Because the people who transition want the same opportunity but then at the same time men and women are completely genetically different.

@9XHMZ4DTranshumanistfrom Guam  answered…1wk

Yes, proficiency in athletics is not judged by the gender but the skill of the athlete.

@9XGMLW2Libertarian from California answered…1wk

@9GY86V8Veteranfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…1yr

Yes, only compete in the category based on biological sex listed on their birth certificate

@9GXDDRSGreen from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@9GWQS4RVeteran from Colorado answered…1yr

Yes, but only against other transgender athletes of the same identity

@9GVBSQFWorking Family from Utah answered…1yr

Yes for trans men, as they generally are disadvantaged, where trans women are great advantaged if estrogen is taken after puberty

@9GTHJNRLibertarian from North Carolina answered…1yr

@9GT5YSXVeteran from New Jersey answered…1yr

@9GST4NLTranshumanist from Montana answered…1yr

transgender athletes should only be able to compete in athletic events when their hormone levels are deemed appropriate. that being said it also depends on when the athlete decided to take hormones because if they are a fully developed and matured then the hormones will have little affect, especially on trans-women (men who transitioned to women). for this reason there would also be different regulations between trans-men and trans-women as well as if the athlete wishes to de-transition. ultimately there needs to be regulations for all levels of sport to make it a fair competition.

@9GRV47TVeteran from New Jersey answered…1yr

No, Transgender athletes should have transgender divisions to compete in

@9GQGH7RTranshumanist from Texas answered…1yr

If the trans person has never gone through biological puberty

@9GQPJZZLibertarian from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, only against the gender that is listed on their birth certificate.

@9GQ4MJDWorking Family from Missouri answered…1yr

Transgender athletes should be allowed to compete on gender specific teams at the discretion of the sports organization based on hormone levels/physical attributes/etc. (to make sure there is no unfair advantage), but be given the legal right to play on any co-ed/non gender specific team as they so choose.

@9GPPKZSConstitution from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, because it's the best example of showing that males are physically better than women at sports and is the best advertisement against this societal sickness.

@9GPNX7PWorking Family from Kansas answered…1yr

Yes, but only against other transgender athletes to maintain the integrity of the sport.

@9GPNMTDSocialist from Indiana answered…1yr

Yes, particularly if the only separation between the athletes is simply a gender issue. However, due to the fact that in a lot of athletic competitions there are things like weight classes and regulations on hormone levels, it becomes more complicated. In many ways this is a more complex issue that deserves more thought and investigation. But the answer should be towards better inclusion and respect for transgender athletes.

@9GPCVQMGreen from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes, transgender athletes should be able to compete with other transgender athletes when gender based differences might affect performance.

@9GPB6Y5Women’s Equalityfrom Vermont  answered…1yr

@9GP9YNNWorking Family from Maryland answered…1yr

No because men are genetically built different with more muscle mass

@Henry-CapoteWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…1yr

Yes, they can compete in athletic events but they should be in their own categories (e.g. trans men, trans women would be each their own category).

@9GNQ42CSocialist from Washington answered…1yr

yes, and athletic events should not be boy v girl. It should be based on hormone levels regardless of gender expression and identity. Because even cis men and women have varying amounts of testosterone.

@9GNH4CPVeteran from Michigan answered…1yr

There should be some sort of separate athletic category for trans people, such as women, men, trans women, trans men.

@9GMM2B6Transhumanist from Missouri answered…1yr

They should only be allowed to compete with other transgender persons of similar hormone levels as the gender they identify as.

@9GM5G98American Solidarity from Texas answered…1yr

@9GLMNG4Democrat from Virginia answered…1yr

@9GLGCGNLibertarian from Delaware answered…1yr

Yes, but only if their performance is equivalent in the gender category in which they compete.

@9GL6JZBLibertarian from California answered…1yr

Yes, transgender athletes should be allowed to compete in athletic events in a third category event

@9GK3CL2Social Democratic Party of Finland from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, but they should compete in their own transgender specific athletic events.

@9GKQ6JGGreen from California answered…1yr

There should be less emphasis on competition along gender lines.

@RicodelfuegoLibertarian from California answered…1yr

@9GJSGXBWomen’s Equality from Georgia answered…1yr

@9GFXR7WLibertarian from Minnesota answered…1yr

@ccuddy80Women’s Equality from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, but... Perhaps we need a 3rd locker room for transgender, or we need private areas in all locker rooms. Or maybe the answer is yes, after they have fully transitioned?

@9GDCPTTPeace and Freedom from Idaho answered…1yr

No, but there should be a new category added for transgender athletes.

@9GD9CXDLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@9GCW78TPeace and Freedom from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes, and if the person is not on hormones we should help them gain access to these.


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