This is a commentary piece by Selina Soule, a women’s track champions who’s hopes were dashed when biological males started competing in her track meets.

“In track and field, these differences really show up in stature, skeletal structure, muscle mass, and lung capacity, to name a few. I was forced to compete against two biological males in high school, and those athletes took home the top trophies in our girls’ events. It was demoralizing to work incredibly hard to shave fractions of a second off my time only to come in third place.”

It takes some really stupid people to allow biological males to compete against girls.

I am a women’s track and field champion. Here’s why I continue to fight for the future of women’s sports – Track and field is my passion and that’s why I must speak up about what’s happening with biological males competing in women’s sports