How badly do I need to annoy you to get the $1000 offer??? ;)
Seriously, I haven't had a chance to read every detail of this ridiculous thread, but I'd like to point out a few things.
1. There is another "in between" space for the argument. That is the idea that it is perfectly acceptable for Jonathan to transition to June and live her life as a female, with the exclusion of competing against non transgender woman.
2. Do not confuse your online experience with June's. You made a few mistakes, and the corresponding public outing was probably an awful experience. To some extent June has asked for the publicity. Further, the discussion regarding the policy and how it will affect NCAA track/cross country is completely message board appropriate.
3. Many americans, and many young people, do not understand the idea of tradeoffs. It may be reasonable to expect that in the tradeoff of transitioning is competing at the NCAA level. We all make choices, and they have consequences, which in some ways are not "fair." As someone who teaches policy, I often tell students the pursuit of fairness is a fools errand.
One of the points I think is trying to be made is that making the field "equal" is very difficult. A trans basketball/volleyball player would certainly have bigger advantages than June. REcently a transgender cycling athlete dominated the velodrome, and her stature (5'11" and 195) certainly allowed some advantage.
Gender and Sexuality are not Binary, and these cases bring up some very interesting/serious discussions.