Female snooker star calls for ban on transwomen after Jamie Hunter win
Jamie Hunter (pictured), 25, of Widnes, Cheshire, is the first transwoman to win a ranking tournament on the women’s circuit with a 4-1 score against Rebecca Kenna in Seattle.
Trans woman’s victory in female snooker sparks fairness row
A transgender snooker player’s victory in a women’s competition has triggered fresh debate about fairness in sport. Jamie Hunter, 25, became the first transgen
Transgender fighter wins MMA debut after choking out opponent in second round
Alana McLaughlin, the first openly-transgender MMA fighter to compete in the US since 2014, beat Celine Provost on Friday night
‘Girls please stay in the kitchen’ — as skateboarding debuts at the Olympics, beware of the lurking misogyny
Skateboarding will make its Olympic debut in Tokyo but research shows female athletes are likely to cop abuse online when the competition starts.
Public outcry over Laurel Hubbard’s Olympic dreams
Transgender Olympic weightlifter Laurel Hubbard says she needs to block out the criticism and focus on lifting.
The Problems with Laurel Hubbard’s Qualifying for the Olympics as a Woman | National Review
The New Zealand weightlifter, who was born and competed as a male, has clear advantages over female competitors.
Evidence suggests inclusion comes at expense of fairness
To understand the physiological nuances of transgender women in sport, we must first understand the purpose of competitive sport. It exists to reward performance excellence, which is the result of
Caitlyn Jenner: Not fair for trans pupils to play girls’ sports
Caitlyn Jenner, who won the men’s Olympic decathlon gold medal before transitioning to become a woman decades later, has said that she opposes transgender girls competing in girls’ sports at school.
Accommodating Trans Athletes Without Rejecting the Reality of Human Biology
Why transgender participation in Australian rugby matters
Rugby’s international governing body has recommended non-cisgender participants be banned from competing in the women’s game, leaving some fearing it will damage its reputation as an inclusive sport.