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Should there be testosterone limits in women’s sports?
There should be testosterone limits in women’s sports.
Allowing women with high testosterone levels to compete in certain sports threatens the safety of other sportswomen.
Women with high levels of testosterone have an unfair advantage in women’s sport.
Women's sports are inherently exclusionary anyway.
It is important for sporting bodies to level the playing field among athletes.
Other biological variations among athletes are not artificially or medically diminished.
Testosterone limits put pressure on women to take medication they might not otherwise wish to take.
Sports should not be segregated by gender, but rather by skill and ability.
Female athletes shouldn’t be penalized for something outside their control.
Enforcing testosterone limits in sports is discriminatory.
Testosterone levels are an arbitrary metric to base participation on.
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