In recent disc golf news a transgender (man to woman) individual Natalie Ryan has won two elite series events in the last two months. She has not undergone sex reassignment surgery, but has been undergoing hormone replacement therapy for the required year. I see a problem with this. The restricted division FPO Female Professional Open is created due to sex based differences not gender based differences. Let's grant that her gender is female, but her sex is still male and that gives scientifically proven huge physical advantages to her. There is a division open to everybody the MPO which stands for mixed professional open. There is no division only open to males. If Natalie isn't good enough to compete in that division that's just the way it is for most disc golfers. Very few people can play at that level. This should not allow her to compete in a protected division where she has huge physical advantages. There are thousands of males that can't compete in the MPO level that could dominate in the FPO division. If the inclusive rulings like this continue soon all "protected" women's sports will be dominated by transgender individuals.
"So let it be written.
So let it be done."