I hope you don't mind, but if you're still here I'd like to discuss some things with you, specifically things that you said in 2015 in your AMA thread.Big Footy has not grown up I see time to cancel my account outa here
Be interested to hear you expand on this. To go over some posts I made previously in this thread that nobody is really interested in touching it seems, would love to hear your opinion on some of the advantages biological males have over biological females that I have raised and supported with evidence. I strongly disagree with your opinion, particularly with the above bolded and think it's disingenuous to suggest that there are no advantages for trans-women. I'll be specific and copy what I've already written......from my personal experience which is vindicated by the Stockholm Consensus, a transgender male to female person has no physical advantage over a genetically born female, my personal experience is that suppression then later on total loss of testosterone on top of estrogen treatment is a performance depressent so top line male to female trans athletes would be the a rarity.
- Does hormone therapy change the angle and size of their pelvis to be more like women, which affects their ability to run? You've also mentioned the sex reassignment surgery impacted you, if that is relevant to this and the following also maybe?
- Does it change the persons ligament / muscle compositions? Generally, women have more fragile ligaments, lending to higher incidence of musculoskeletal injuries.
- Does it radically reduce a trans-woman's bone density or at all outside of natural aging?
- Do either HRT or SRS impact trans-womens ability to maintain their higher V02max than biological females?
- What about dozens of other advantages around reaction time, spacial awareness, control of large muscle, efficiency when converting calories into energy groups, larger pulmonary capacity etc that biological men have significant advantages in?