Top athletes praise Boris Johnson for saying transgender women should be banned from women’s sports – Reuters

Top athletes have praised Boris Johnson after he said anyone born male should be blocked from participating in women’s sporting events.

The Prime Minister acknowledged that this is a “controversial” point of view, but it makes “common sense” for him.

Top athletes praised Boris Johnson after he said anyone born male should be blocked from participating in women’s sporting events.
In the United States, 22-year-old Leah Thomas, who is in her teens, broke records in the women's collegiate swimming championships.
In the United States, 22-year-old Leah Thomas, who is in her teens, broke records in the women’s collegiate swimming championships.

Former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davis, 59, a longtime adversary of trans women’s swimmers, said: “Thank you Boris. »

Gold medalist Nicole Cook added: “Very happy to see politicians working to create fair sports categories for transgender people and female athletes. »

Last week, transgender cyclist Emily Bridges was banned from competing in women’s events.

In the United States, 22-year-old Leah Thomas, who is in her teens, has broken records at the Women’s College Swimming Championships.

90% of Brits knew Boris Johnson's statement on trans rights from the start.
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Mr Johnson said: “I don’t think biological men should compete in women’s sports. »

He added: “I also believe that women should have places – whether in hospitals, prisons or locker rooms – dedicated to them.

“If this brings me into conflict with others, then we should work things out. »

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