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He or She?
« on: August 20, 2009, 02:54:16 PM »

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,540921,00.html?test=latestnews

That is a great time either way, but to suggest this guy is a girl is like suggesting Ann Coulter or Megan Fox are girls. They all have junk.
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« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2009, 05:13:11 PM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 
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« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2009, 05:21:03 PM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.
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« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2009, 05:53:27 PM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.
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« Reply #4 on: August 20, 2009, 06:04:08 PM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.

What is AAS? Anabolic ? Steroids?
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« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2009, 06:05:18 PM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.

it's not a huge leap to think that individual might have beenborn with a questionable gender status.  seperate competitions are sexist.  if you're gonna have a seperate race for people geneticaly disposed to less strength why not one for people with shorter legs?  sp women wouldn't win many races, niether do short legged people people.
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« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2009, 06:29:32 PM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.

it's not a huge leap to think that individual might have beenborn with a questionable gender status.  seperate competitions are sexist.  if you're gonna have a seperate race for people geneticaly disposed to less strength why not one for people with shorter legs?  sp women wouldn't win many races, niether do short legged people people.

Okay, step away from the PC Compendium. "Separate commpetitions are sexist"... har har har.
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« Reply #7 on: August 21, 2009, 02:24:42 AM »

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.

What is AAS? Anabolic ? Steroids?

At least in the 90s, AAS meant anabolic steroids.  The first A is for a and the second a is for a - anabolic.
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« Reply #8 on: August 21, 2009, 02:25:57 AM »

it's not a huge leap to think that individual might have beenborn with a questionable gender status.  seperate competitions are sexist.  if you're gonna have a seperate race for people geneticaly disposed to less strength why not one for people with shorter legs?  sp women wouldn't win many races, niether do short legged people people.

There is only one race.  There are two sexes.  Of course, there are also people which could be classified under the definition of either sex.
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« Reply #9 on: August 21, 2009, 04:51:14 AM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.

it's not a huge leap to think that individual might have beenborn with a questionable gender status.  seperate competitions are sexist.  if you're gonna have a seperate race for people geneticaly disposed to less strength why not one for people with shorter legs?  sp women wouldn't win many races, niether do short legged people people.

Next you will want to end special Olympics.  I think you can create any sporting event and include any subset of people you wish to see who is best in that subset.  IE.  A 500 yard dash for men with incredibly weak bladders.  Just don't know how they would verify qualifications for that one.
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« Reply #10 on: August 21, 2009, 08:08:36 AM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.

it's not a huge leap to think that individual might have beenborn with a questionable gender status.  seperate competitions are sexist.  if you're gonna have a seperate race for people geneticaly disposed to less strength why not one for people with shorter legs?  sp women wouldn't win many races, niether do short legged people people.

Okay, step away from the PC Compendium. "Separate commpetitions are sexist"... har har har.

No he's right, if you want equality between men and women they should compete with their abilities against one another. Technically the woman in the post is the natural result of such competition, a woman with all of the body characteristics that makes her a star runner. It probably would be better to have a class system based on physical characteristics, similar to boxing/wrestling. However even in boxing they have men and women split. The best women often defeat the majority of men, so having a sex based class artificially puts them behind.
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« Reply #11 on: August 21, 2009, 12:06:52 PM »

The gender test "takes several weeks," and is "extremely complex"?  Ummm....how about you ask her gynecologist? 

Obviously there is something odd about the naughty bits if they're off doing DNA tests and body scans.

Taking lots of AAS will likely make the clitoris grow quite a bit.

it's not a huge leap to think that individual might have beenborn with a questionable gender status.  seperate competitions are sexist.  if you're gonna have a seperate race for people geneticaly disposed to less strength why not one for people with shorter legs?  sp women wouldn't win many races, niether do short legged people people.

Okay, step away from the PC Compendium. "Separate commpetitions are sexist"... har har har.

No he's right, if you want equality between men and women they should compete with their abilities against one another. Technically the woman in the post is the natural result of such competition, a woman with all of the body characteristics that makes her a star runner. It probably would be better to have a class system based on physical characteristics, similar to boxing/wrestling. However even in boxing they have men and women split. The best women often defeat the majority of men, so having a sex based class artificially puts them behind.
I agree and disagree.  Back in HS when I did track and cross country, I was about average for males on my team.  But I was faster than EVERY SINGLE female.  By at least 10 seconds on the mile.  And our female team was #1 in our region.  It's not a competition for the males to be put in with the females in that sport, because even the fastest females couldn't come close to an average male.  Different sports are different though.  In shooting I can't see any reason to separate men from women. 
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« Reply #12 on: August 21, 2009, 12:24:48 PM »

If people genetically predisposed to be better at sports should be kept in a separate competition, then why the hell are black males allowed to compete with white males in the sprint? Given that there hasn't been a white male to rank in the 100m sprint for decades.

I'd like to see a completely open sports competition, including open use of absolutely any chemical or mechanical aids.

Hell if we're going to glorify throwing sticks and running fast as some sort of super achievement, we might as well try and push the envelope.
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« Reply #13 on: August 21, 2009, 12:27:21 PM »

If people genetically predisposed to be better at sports should be kept in a separate competition, then why the hell are black males allowed to compete with white males in the sprint? Given that there hasn't been a white male to rank in the 100m sprint for decades.

You wouldn't hear Jesse Jackson complaining about that kind of segregation, lol.
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« Reply #14 on: August 21, 2009, 12:37:39 PM »

If people genetically predisposed to be better at sports should be kept in a separate competition, then why the hell are black males allowed to compete with white males in the sprint? Given that there hasn't been a white male to rank in the 100m sprint for decades.

I'd like to see a completely open sports competition, including open use of absolutely any chemical or mechanical aids.

Hell if we're going to glorify throwing sticks and running fast as some sort of super achievement, we might as well try and push the envelope.

Black males are actually genetically predisposed to being faster runners, yet white people still win against blacks in the sprint.  There's enough competition in this case to not warrant any segregation. 

And I kinda agree that open use of chemical and mechanical aids would make these sports more interesting, but I'm still on the fence because that eliminates or at least reduces the genetic selection factor that leads to stronger and faster competitors naturally.  I'd certainly be open to having separate leagues of open use and non-use.
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