SHOCK: New ‘Study’ Finds Sex a Better Predictor of Sports Performance than ‘Gender Identity’

A new “study” published in BMJ Open Sports and Exercise Medicine found that…

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Sex could be a better predictor of sports performance than gender identity.

The “researchers” report that:

There is no evidence that the gap between biological males and biological females is less for athletes who identify as non-binary. The results also indicate that non-binary athletes may have slower race times than other athletes once sex and age are controlled for.

“Researcher” John Armstrong posted on X:

X users, such as The Publica, had fun with these results:

Steven F. Hayward assured fellow users on X that this was not a parody store on The Babylon Bee:

In fact, The Babylon Bee’s non-parody account, Not the Bee, featured the story, as well:

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