"People are freaking out because they don't like transgender people. They talk about them as if they are sub-human. That's what this is about at this point. June Eastwood hasn't done anything so far to suggest that she will blow away the competition."
I can't speak for anyone else but it's not that I don't like transgender people; this is a ridiculous notion and you are using a very broad brush to paint a large number of people on this forum who are against males colonizing female sports. For me, that's it, that's the issue, male and female. June is a male, competing against females. It doesn't matter what June's times are or whether or not June will "blow away the competition" or lose every time. Including males in female sports excludes females from their own sports.
But by all means, if you think that will help further your cause, keep trying to convince everyone that people "don't like transgender people" if they don't think it's fair for males to compete in female sports. It must be quite an effective tactic, as I see it used often. Call me "trans exclusionary" if you think that helps paint me as a hateful bigot, but it couldn't be farther from the truth. Female sports by definition are exclusionary of males. This is just reality; it's the truth. If the truth hurts people's feelings, there's nothing I can do about that. I can't change reality nor do I expect female athletes to happily step aside so that males can take athletic opportunity away from them.
Agreed. And not all trans people believe that anyone who is, as you say, "against males colonizing female sports" is acting out of animus toward trans people. Many trans people know that standing up for fairness for biological girls and women and for female rights is not a sign of dislike, hatred, prejudice, "phobia" or "exclusionary" attitudes towards trans people, as this longtime transsexual explains: