Problems associated with this trend peaked in June, according to the Washington Post when three young people in Connecticut filed a complaint of discrimination after Terry Miller and Andrea Godwood, biological men named after a woman, dominated the women’s gymnastics championship in high school. Even the dramatic hormone therapy that many transgender athletes must undergo for a transgender athlete cannot, according to researchers, be equated with their female counterparts. According to the study, transgender athletes born as men but identified as women have significantly greater muscle mass and performance than their peers born as women. LGBT community members who are looking for scientific evidence to support their claim that men who identify themselves as women and compete with biological women do not have a competitive advantage are disappointed this week. In recent years, transgender athletes have ranked first in everything from cycling and women’s wrestling to weightlifting, from high school to the National Sports College Association and international professional sports. “Sports organisations with a clear competitive advantage in femoral muscles should immediately suspend business rules,” a press release said. This scientific development is taking place at a time when many biologically oriented athletes reject the desire of the remaining crossroads to involve biological men in women’s competitions and tournaments. “Hormonal treatment between the sexes has a significant impact on muscle strength, size and composition of transgender people,” the researchers continued. According to the Daily Caller, a Swedish medical study published on Thursday on the Internet by the Karolinska Institute and the University of Linkoping appears to be affecting the validity of these claims. “These results add new data that may be relevant to the assessment of transgender women’s qualifications for women’s sporting events,” they concluded. She has been a reporter for the Western Magazine since 2019 and has published articles regularly since 2018. The British women’s rights organization Fair Play For Women spoke on Friday about an innovative Swedish medical study. “Our results show that after 12 months of hormone therapy, a patient will always have an advantage over a Cisco woman,” the study says. And these girls are not the only athletes who oppose what they see as an unfair game. As a student at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Skacia has also worked briefly as a policy assistant at Massachusetts State University and is currently the editor-in-chief of the student newspaper Connector.