54%
Yes
46%
No
36%
Yes
39%
No
17%
Yes, but only if their hormone levels are equivalent to those in the gender category in which they compete
7%
No, athletes should compete based on the biological sex that is listed on their birth certificate

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 @92LR6PNanswered…2yrs2Y

I think it should just be categorised by skill and weight grades oppose to sex.

 @92DNWF9answered…2yrs2Y

Should move towards categories which disregard sex and gender, and instead use measurements of strength, weight etc.

 @8RLVY7Ganswered…3yrs3Y

Abolish gender segregation and competition categories should be based on equal level of fitness and anthropometrics. So, males and females of similar weight and body mass compete.

 @98BDLLXanswered…2yrs2Y

remove gender-oriented competition and instead conduct balanced classification through examination of physical traits

 @92M9D5Xanswered…2yrs2Y

A new division should be created because this is a very complex topic.

 @9M4FTGNanswered…1mo1MO

female> male sure, but in male> female, no unless it is proven that they have no biological advantage

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