MtndudeSF saidThe rules are that if you're not fully a woman, you have the right to compete in men's events! Nobody is barred from "ever competing" for a genetic reason. This rule is about fairness, it has nothing to do with sexuality or traditional gender roles.
No, it doesn't. But we don't even know what is up with this woman. If she has a working cock, then she shouldn't be in this event. But what if she just produces a little more testosterone?
Again, how are we defining 100% woman? And again, the game is already unfair as certain people are born with traits that make them superior in a particular sport. How is my hypothetical any different?
From what I have read in the news she has had examinations by officials in the games. She has all her lady bits. She does, however, have a little facial hair and a deeper voice. A full test will have results in a few weeks, but she is competing in the finals of the game.