I'm sure some of you will be delighted by that. I apologise if I've posted senseless red herrings that have obscured my opinion that Semenya should not be competing in women's events without some limit on testosterone.
I've tried to offer insights in a reasonable tone, and a respectful manner, which is to say, respect that you're all criticising a human being here.
So you can hold a strong opinion that she should not compete and you can be a decent human about it. Many have fallen short of even that standard, and I think that being decent about it is to at least listen to her, and if she wants to be called female in a societal sense, then do that. It doesn't hurt you, it doesn't hurt anything.
It certainly has no bearing on participation if you also hold that competing in women's sport should be done on the basis of biology, and not gender/society.
It's really not that hard to hold a position of respecting a person's right, and respecting the biological concepts of fairness for women.