Everyone's going crazy about the story of Mack Beggs, the transgender who just won a second state championship in girls wrestling. Most people commenting on this story think that Mack is a boy who switched to become a girl, but those people didn't bother reading the story. Mack is a girl who is trying to become a boy. She is a real girl who wrestles other real girls. People are posting so many comments thinking Mack is a boy - but they're wrong. She was a girl at birth, and she's still a girl now.
The problem with this story is that everyone is freaking out for the wrong reasons. Everyone's saying things like "that's a guy beating up girls" and "must be nice to beat women for the second state title," but they're missing the real problem. The problem isn't that Mack Beggs is a transgender. She's still a girl wrestling with other girls. She wanted to fight the boys, but like a good sports commission, they said no because she's not a boy.
The big problem is that she's been taking steroids and testosterone. All the people who didn't read the story didn't see this part. She's taking performance-enhancing drugs, and the sports commission or league is allowing it. Usually, anyone who takes steroids or testosterone would be suspended or banned from their high school competitions. However, they found a "medical" loophole for which Mack Beggs was allowed to take the manly drugs and still wrestle with girls who were not taking anything. This possibly gave Beggs a physical advantage over her opponents.
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The discussion is now centered towards people wanting to know why she was allowed to compete if she was taking steroids or testosterone. People want to see how that is fair for the girl who lost the state title to someone who was potentially using performance-enhancing drugs and hiding it behind their "medical" condition. However, the medical exception rule should not cater to transgender people. The reason is that becoming a transgender is optional. They don't need that to get by in life. That's something they choose to do, not something they need.
Parents are irritated that their kids had no chance against a transgender who is, or was, taking steroids or testosterone.
The audience booed when Begg's won her second state championship in girls wrestling.
The Washington Times reported more on Beggs:
"Mack Beggs, an 18-year-old senior from Euless Trinity High School near Dallas, entered the tournament in Cypress outside of Houston with an undefeated record. He beat Chelsea Sanchez — whom he beat for the title in 2017- in the final match Saturday.
Video posted online showed a mix of cheers and boos from the crowd following Beggs‘ win.
Beggs is in the process of transitioning from female to male and taking a low-dose of testosterone.
It was his steroid therapy treatments while wrestling girls that stirred a fierce debate about competitive fairness and transgender rights last season. It’s been a lot quieter since last year when his march to a state championship was dogged by a last-minute lawsuit that tried to stop him.
Beggs had asked to wrestle in the boys’ division, but the rules for Texas public high schools require athletes to compete under the gender on their birth certificate."
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Some people have forfeited and didn't want to fight Beggs because they were afraid to be injured. They thought they might be overpowered brutally since she was possibly still taking the drugs that would help turn her into a boy.
The lesson to learn here is that people need to read the story before commenting. There were so many comments that were 100% wrong because they assumed this was a guy beating up girls. If everyone takes a few moments to read a story before writing a comment, then we would have much more intelligent conversations.
I couldn't believe how many thousands of people had assumed this was a guy. Reading all the wrong comments was hilarious.
On that note, the girl should have both of her championships revoked, and she should not be allowed to compete if she's taking or has taken steroids or testosterone.
Everyone else would get banned for that. She does not deserve a free pass because she's a transgender. There are no special privileges that come with being mentally disturbed.