BY STEPH ANDERSON
Growing up, I loved being active: climbing trees, riding bikes, building obstacle courses, you name it. If it involved dirt, even better. I loved testing my body’s limits, not to mention my parents’ nerves (but that’s another story).
In April 2018, a New York Times article entitled “Sex, Sport and Why Track and Field’s New Rules on Intersex Athletes are Essential” was published, reporting on the IAAF’s new rules: only those with testosterone levels capable of being produced by ovaries can compete as women.
Dr. David Kirkland, Executive Director of NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools/Associate Professor of English and Urban Education on the Liberation of Young Black Boys
Research Blog: Media Discourse on Katie Hill, Polyamory and Throuples Leaves a LOT to be Desired Laura Hooberman In mid-October of this year, the conservative