Monday, June 24, 2019

Controversies have always swirled around the Olympics: race, politics and performance-enhancing drugs. The new controversy will be interesting to watch. Can a person with XY chromosomes compete against persons with XX chromosomes? In other words, can men complete against women in women’s sports?

2_Biological-Male-Wins-World-Championship-Event-in-Womens-CyclingIt seems crazy, but this is the real debate for Tokyo in 2020. It is absurdly possible that males will be competing against females. The rules dictate the differences are to be determined by the amount of testosterone in a person’s body. If a male takes testosterone suppressing drugs, he can put on a women’s uniform and race against the girls.

For a great Catholic Thing article explaining this in detail, read “‘Transjacking’ Sports” HERE.

My kudos to the Vatican for speaking out on this issue of gender-craziness in a document entitled “Male and female he created them: for a path of dialogue on the issue of gender in education.”

Quoting Section 25:

“25. The process of identifying sexual identity is made more difficult by the fictitious construct known as “gender neuter” or “third gender”, which has the effect of obscuring the fact that a person’s sex is a structural determinant of male or female identity. Efforts to go beyond the constitutive male-female sexual difference, such as the ideas of “intersex” or “transgender”, lead to a masculinity or feminity that is ambiguous, even though (in a self-contradictory way), these concepts themselves actually presuppose the very sexual difference that they propose to negate or supersede. This oscillation between male and female becomes, at the end of the day, only a ‘provocative’ display against so-called ‘traditional frameworks’, and one which, in fact, ignores the suffering of those who have to live situations of sexual indeterminacy. Similar theories aim to annihilate the concept of ‘nature’, (that is, everything we have been given as a pre-existing foundation of our being and action in the world), while at the same time implicitly reaffirming its existence.”

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