Not to dig too deep into psychoanalysis, but:
The consistent thread between Rojo’s hottest takes (vaccine protocols, super shoes, DSD athletes, etc) is the desire for PERFECT justice.
Reality is of course much more complicated. Actual policymakers, sport governing bodies, etc. have to deal with gray areas and competing priorities.
In a world in which a produced vaccine could be given to either Cole Hocker or an elderly woman with an immune deficiency disorder in sub-Saharan Africa, of course the latter should get it first.
In a world in which you could clearly regulate what does and does not constitute an “unfair” prototype shoe, of course we should ban them. (WA has introduced new rules that get close, in part due to LetsRun pressure.)
In a world in which biological sex were a clear binary, you could easily allow everyone to compete in either an all-male or all-female competition as biologically appropriate. (Once again — WA has introduced new rules that get close, in part due to LetsRun pressure.)
Of course, we don’t live in these idealized worlds, so the actual “rules” aren’t “perfect” and this frustrates Rojo. Vaccines have shelf lives and they’re difficult to distribute evenly. Shoe prototypes are generally fine until a shoe company proves truth in advertising and succeeds at making a particularly good one. Biological sex is not a simple binary.
I genuinely don’t say this just to bash Rojo. (Although I do think the opinion piece is inappropriate and unhelpful, personally.) Just noticing a trend.