Transgender Texas wrestler wins second high school girls title

Transgender Texas wrestler wins second high school girls title
Mack Beggs (Image: WFAA video screen grab)

[Ed. – Nothing more than proof that males are stronger in general than females. And liberals are unfazed by this fact of nature.]

For the second year in a row, a transgender wrestler has won the Texas girls’ Class 6A 110-pound division.

Mack Beggs, 18, a senior at Euless Trinity High School near Dallas, entered the tournament in Cypress outside Houston with an undefeated record. He beat Chelsea Sanchez — whom he beat for the title in 2017— in the final match Saturday.

Video posted online showed a mix of cheers and boos from the crowd following Beggs’ win.

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Beggs is transitioning from female to male and taking a low dose of testosterone.

It was Beggs’ steroid therapy treatments while wrestling girls that stirred a fierce debate about competitive fairness and transgender rights last season. It’s been a lot quieter since last year, when Beggs’ march to a state championship was dogged by a last-minute lawsuit that tried to stop him.

Beggs had asked to wrestle in the boys’ division, but the rules for Texas public high schools require athletes to compete under the gender on their birth certificate.

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