Oli Scarff / AFP via Getty ImagesTransgender Canadian cyclist Rachel McKinnon, center, celebrates winning a gold medal on the podium with bronze medalist Kirsten Herup Sovang of Denmark, right, and silver medalist Dawn Orwick of the United States, for the F35-39 Sprint discipline of the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester on Oct.19, 2019. (Oli Scarff / AFP via Getty Images)
The results are in and it’s common sense for the win: Male athletes have a biological advantage over female athletes that persists even when gender-confused men take female hormones.
A study published last month in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that, despite spending a year on hormone therapy, men who identify as women still “retain an advantage in muscle mass, volume, and strength over female controls.”
Before suppressing testosterone and adding estrogen, men were able to perform “31% more push-ups and 15% more