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Should female athletes have to prove they are women?

Should female athletes have to prove they are women?

Indian sprinter Dutee Chand recently secured the right to compete as a woman, even though her natural level of testosterone may exceed international track and field regulations for female athletes. Missing from news reports on Chand's "win" at the international Court of Arbitration for Sport is one key fact: The ruling has left Chand and others like her vulnerable because it specifies that, given new scientific evidence, the court might yet accept some biological marker as a legitimate means to determine which women can and cannot play. Put otherwise, the court might yet decide it's in the business of adjudicating who's really a woman and who's not. ...

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