The inclusion of transgender in school women competitions exposes girls to “elevated level of risk”
One of the coaches of the women's volleyball team in Hawaii disagreed with the Hawaii High School Athletic Association's (HHSAA) policy rules, the rules of which allow people to take part in competitions if they are "different from the gender assigned at birth."
The trainer asked to hide his name for fear of being publicly condemned and harassed by LGBTQ community advocates.
"In my opinion, it's very irresponsible for the league to place these young women, who are minors, in an elevated level of risk," he said. "They all sign off on an assumption of risk form for an understandable amount of risk. Now, there's an elevated level of risk their daughters are going through and being put through without any notification to the parents at all."
Today, precedents are known when transgender athletes won women's competitions, while not feeling competition. The most famous case was the victory of Laurel Hubbard in weightlifting competitions. Medical tests taken before and after the competition showed an extremely high level of testosterone in the blood of an athlete compared to athletes whose gender was originally female. The Weightlifting Association decided that its results was within acceptable limits, although their ratio was almost 1 to 10, so we can assume the presence of natural doping for such athletes, although the association did not specify how much it could be called “natural”.
"That it's ultimately sexist to believe that men are inherently stronger than women," Tiare Sua, a man presenting himself as a woman and who works at the Maui AIDS Foundation, told Maui News.
This statement is only confirmed from year to year by competitions in which transgender athletes participate. It is almost impossible for women to win competition with athletes who were originally men.