Pretty much summed up my thoughts on this whole thread. I’d also like to add that the exception is not the rule.
Just because YOU decided to transfer genders
And just because YOU willingly did so knowing the risks
And YOU happen to participate in a very sexually divisive sport
And YOU want to be the special case
And YOU somehow think it’s fair that using a man’s natural born strength combined with an increased muscle growth/strength capability
Doesnt mean it should be a problem for the other 99.9%
Sometimes life isnt fair to YOU. It’s literally impossible to make everything fair for all 7 billion people on this earth with their own opinions. You weren’t born with this ultimatum. You cant call the minority card when you willingly put yourself through the change. You weren’t born post op. You have (and let’s be real, whether or not it’s a bad thing is subjective taste) a mental health issue, and that’s just another battle that you have to work out yourself. Provided you take the trans route, you (SHOULD) have to be willing to accept the consequences of not competing in a field where there literally entire seperate competitions based on your biological makeup.
I’m totally trans rights. If you think you look better with a clam between your legs, fantastic, it doesnt (shouldnt) effect a single second of a single aspect of my life, but there is (in my opinion) an extremely clear line in the sand here.