Here We Go: ACLU Claims Biological Males Who Identify as Transgender Have No ‘Unfair Advantage’ Over Biological Females in Girls’ Sports

Transgender student Terry Miller breezed to a first place finish in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.77 seconds during the State Class M outdoor high school boys and girls track and field championship at Veterans Memorial Stadium in New Britain in May, 2018. Transgender student Andraya Yearwood (L) of Cromwell placed 2nd and Nikki Xiarhos (R) of Berlin placed 3rd. (file photo) (JOHN WOIKE :: HARTFORD COURANT)

In a recently posted Twitter thread of supposed “facts,” the left-leaning American Civil Liberties Union claimed, among other things, that it’s a “myth” sex is binary and immutable and suggested transgender females — biological males — have no “unfair advantage” in women’s sports.

The ACLU tweeted that “trans girls are girls,” adding in big, bold letters, “MYTH: Sex is binary, apparent at birth, and identifiable through singular biological characteristics.”

That, of course, is not a myth. Biological sex refers to whether people are males or females, denoted by the genitalia with which they are born. The very concept of sex is binary. We also know from Genesis 1:27 that God created human beings in His image in two distinct forms: male and female.

Some will argue — as one biology professor at Brown University did in The New York Times — that the existence of intersex people, those who suffer from a medical condition causing them to display anatomical characteristics of both sexes, is proof sex is not binary. Research, however, has shown intersex people account for around 0.018% of the population.

Debra Soh, who holds a doctorate in sexual neuroscience research from York University, explained:

It therefore becomes a question of whether a statistically rare occurrence in the general population should be considered typical. An analogy that is commonly used to illustrate this is the fact that most of us have 10 fingers. There exist individuals who possess fewer or more than 10 digits on their hands, but this hasn’t called for a re-conceptualization of how many fingers a human being has.

Next, the ACLU claimed it’s a “fact” that transgender athletes — meaning, biological males who are presenting as female — “do not have an unfair advantage in sports.”

The leftist group went on to suggest it’s a “myth” that “trans athletes’ physiological characteristics provide an unfair advantage over cis [those who identify with their biological sex] athletes.”

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SOURCE: CBN News; Faithwire, Tré Goins-Phillips

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