What bothers me about the tone of discussion on this website (not from everyone, but from a fair number) is the vitriol directed towards the person. We should acknowledge that June is a person, treat her with respect, and understand why she might want to continue running competitively.
I am of the opinion (along with most on this site) that women’s running is a protected class of sport and should remain that way. Women (either intersex or males who have transitioned) with male biological features which bestow a measurable advantage should not be allowed to compete in the female class.
We should, however, recognize why these women want to compete. The answer usually (unlike how some on here would have you believe) is not because they want to win. These are individuals who identify as women who want to compete in the sport they love against other women. This shouldn’t result in personal attacks.
If there is a way for these transitioned or intersex individuals to compete with women where they DO NOT have a measurable advantage, we should applaud and encourage it. Ultimately, it may be impossible to impose a set of rules or criteria which allows this, as each sport/event requires a specific set of skills and everyone’s biology is different.
However, for better or worse, there is a current set of rules in the NCAA which June appears to be following. All evidence points to the fact that this rule (at least in June’s case) is having the desired outcome. She is performing no better now than she was as a male. Without further evidence, I don’t think we can call this unfair.