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It was bound to come back and bite the right-on crowd and feminists in the bum one day. Not seen any comments from the resident AB hand wringers yet so perhaps they can explain?

Garmen, if they all looked like that Ruskie bird then its move over volleyball!
To make it fair you've got to have 5 categories
1 - Born female still female
2 - Born male still male
3 - Born female now male
4 - Born male now female
5 - Mixed

That's just sport. How that translates to what toilets, changing rooms, hospital wards, army barracks you can use and every other thing in society that uses some notion of male and female to categorise people is anyone's guess.
Totally agree Lud.
Using Ludwig's categories, presumably the 'gender fluid', those who decide on a day to day basis how they choose to identify, will be able to choose from 1, 2 or 5?

Would barring them from choosing categories 3 or 4 be discrimination?



If they're gender fluid, they should be in situations;

1
2
5
Would barring them from choosing categories 3 or 4 be discrimination?

No... If they have a penis, they're male, if they have a vagina, they're female.

If they have both, then just let them do what they want. As long as they're good at the sport!
and were born with said genitalia ^*
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or, horror of horrors, if you are XY you play the mans game if you are XX you play the womens, radical? i know but ludwigs 5 categories would be a farce.
NO !
//Is this the beginning of the end for women's team sports? //

It's a slippery slope.
all very strange, i can't see how this is going to work.
//i know but ludwigs 5 categories would be a farce.//

I agree. It's just what you end up with if you follow the logic.
As others have pointed out, it becomes even more farcical if you try and factor 'fluidity' into the equation.
I can't help asking if modified men are considered to be women, but are obviously different from real women, where does that leave real women? Bit of a tangled web ....
TT what about a case where a male has XXY chromosomes?
Klinefelter syndrome, also known as the XXY condition, is a term used to describe males who have an extra X chromosome in most of their cells. Instead of having the usual XY chromosome pattern that most males have, these men have an XXY pattern.
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XXY/XYY are very rare, they need assessing as now.

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