In Alaska, transgender rights trample all over women’s rights


This took less time than many of us predicted. In Alaska, a transgender high school student (born with boy parts but living as a girl) has qualified for the state track meet finals, displacing a young woman who was born with “girl parts.”

Of course, we are all supposed to be thrilled that Wangyot, genetically a male, was allowed to compete against a group or young women. Because, you know… inclusion.

Well, whose rights should win in this case, the transgender student who competed in the women’s track meet, or the young woman who lost her chance to race because she lost, to a man?

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