Transgender Woman Sues LPGA for Right to Play

Categories: SportsOpinion reports that "Lana Lawless, a transgender woman who underwent a sex change five years ago, is suing the LPGA over their refusal to allow her into the league."

"I am by all respects, legally and physically female," [he] is quoted as saying in the report.


I've said it before (You Wanna Do What?!), and I'll say it again: There is no such thing as "gender reassignment surgery" (sex-change operation).  In today's world, it is not possible to change from a man to a woman or from a woman to a man.  You can add parts and you can remove parts, but your gender is determined by your chromosomes, which cannot be changed.  You are what God made you.  Get over it.

I hope the LPGA stands up for its right to ban Lawless and others like him.


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