No gender ideology at the Olympics: Men should not compete against women
Over a year ago, we were alarmed about an increasingly serious problem related to gender ideology in sport.
Unfortunately, the rules of the International Olympic Committee still allow a man to compete in a woman's competition if his testosterone level for the last 12 months does not exceed 10 nanomoles per liter.
According to this guideline, a citizen of New Zealand won the Silver Medal at the world weightlifting championship, a few weeks ago in the +90 kg weight class. Laurel (earlier male name: Gavin) Hubbard comes from New Zealand. Previously, as a man, he was training as a weightlifter.
Protesters against these ICL rules raise not only the ideologization of sport, but also the fact that men's weightlifting allows for training with significantly higher loads than women, which, on a practical plane, means that a male competitor can gain far more muscle mass than women who train according to the principle of women's training.
With the Winter Olympics approaching quickly, this issue is very current and relevant.
We, thus, invite you to sign this petition against gender ideology in sport, addressed to the members of the International Olympic Committee.