Let's all learn from Caster
Asked how, exactly, she felt she had made a difference to her sport she replied: â€œI think it is all about loving one another. Itâ€™s not about discriminating against people. It is not about looking at how people look, how they speak, how they run, it is not about being muscular. It is all about sport. When you walk out of your apartment you think about performing, you do not think about how your opponent looks. So I think the advice from me to everybody is just to go out there and have fun.â€
Are you going to actually address anything I posed above? There is no argument in this quote. Athletics is inherently discriminatory. The question here is what sort of categories (and categories are inherently discriminatory) are the most defensible.
Fine, maybe she has a genetic condition that helps her run fast. Doesn't mean she should be discriminated against and hated on. She is following the rules and competing where she is allowed. Makes sense to most reasonable people.