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    Quote Originally Posted by HCProf View Post
    I think he should be allowed to wrestle boys. Back to back, championships, it is obvious he is not challenged on the girls team. The only problem...he was wrestling in a weight class appropriate for girls...110 pounds. Is there a weight class that low for boys? My HS boyfriend was a wrestler and he literally starved himself during the season to wrestle in a lower class...but he was still 175 pounds or so.
    Yes, at least there was when I was going to HS. I think it started at 112? I don't know, it's been more than 30 years.

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    I've done some reading on Mack's facebook page. He doesn't take a high enough dose to have hardly any advantage. He could take more, and could have transitioned faster, but he took far less so that he could compete. I admire this kid. He doesn't have that trans chip on his shoulder.

    He answers the same questions over and over and says things like 'it's ok, I don't expect everyone to know all about this stuff'. Cause why would everyone? He doesn't turn on people for not having gotten a PhD in the subject. He has a great attitude. I am going to follow him in college wrestling and see how that goes. He is now free to take the full doses.

    He had some dysphoria until he was able to live as who he is, but now he's very stable. Some people seem to choose dysphoria instead of just living their lives. Bravo to Mack!

    There are memes ABOUT HIM that are hurtful, but he isn't curled up in a corner. He isn't lashing out at the world. He covers up the memes with his own commentary, for his own sake, on his own personal page, and MOVES ON WITH HIS LIFE LIKE A BOSS!
    Thanks from pragmatic and syrenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassy View Post
    I've done some reading on Mack's facebook page. He doesn't take a high enough dose to have hardly any advantage. He could take more, and could have transitioned faster, but he took far less so that he could compete. I admire this kid. He doesn't have that trans chip on his shoulder.

    He answers the same questions over and over and says things like 'it's ok, I don't expect everyone to know all about this stuff'. Cause why would everyone? He doesn't turn on people for not having gotten a PhD in the subject. He has a great attitude. I am going to follow him in college wrestling and see how that goes. He is now free to take the full doses.

    He had some dysphoria until he was able to live as who he is, but now he's very stable. Some people seem to choose dysphoria instead of just living their lives. Bravo to Mack!

    There are memes ABOUT HIM that are hurtful, but he isn't curled up in a corner. He isn't lashing out at the world. He covers up the memes with his own commentary, for his own sake, on his own personal page, and MOVES ON WITH HIS LIFE LIKE A BOSS!
    excellent. Hopefully she comes out of this happy and well adjusted.

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