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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Nattaphon “Ice” Wangyot placed third in the 200 meter dash and fifth in the 100 meter. The problem? Wangyot is a boy and he was competing in the girls state track meet.

Wangyot, who was born a male in Thailand but claims to identify as a female, knocked an actual female out of placing in the top three. Let alone knocking them out of competing in the competition altogether.

Saskia Harrison whose placement was affected by Wangyot stated his participation in the competition is not “completely 100 percent fair.”

Watch as Wangyot defeats most of the field as rightfully concerned parents address the problem of men competing against women:

How would you feel if your daughter had to compete against a boy in sports?

If you think this is not only wrong but unfair, share!

H/T: The Blaze

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