Michael Chapman reports at CNSNews.com:
Following on the heels of tennis legend Martina Navratilova, who condemned the idea of transgender "women" competing against real woman as "unfair" and "insane," Olympics swimming champion Sharron Davies, MBE tweeted that such "women" with a "male sex advantage" should not be allowed to compete in women's sport . . . .
Sharron Davies, MBE, is a former competitive swimmer for Great Britain, who won the silver medal in the individual medley at the 1980 Olympics. She also won two gold medals at the 1978 Commonwealth Games. She has worked as a sports presenter on British television for many years.
In a March 1 tweet, Davies said, "I have nothing against anyone who wishes 2be transgender. However I believe there is a fundamental difference between the binary sex u r born with & the gender u may identify as."
"To protect women's sport those with a male sex advantage should not be able 2compete in women's sport," Davies tweeted, according to Chapman.
"In another tweet on March 2, she wrote, 'We all have a right to our opinions & respect from others but females athletes also have a right to a level playing field #FairPlay'," Chapman reports.
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