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    Default Statement to the Committee on HB 4042 | Mark Rippetoe

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    I don't have to tell people of normal intelligence who are unblinded by politics that men and women have different physical capacities. To say otherwise is a lie, and is both biologically false and a direct contradiction of the phenomenology observed over the millennia of human existence.

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    Clear, concise, and logical. Thank you for writing although the statementís clarity, brevity, and logical flow sadly make it poison to political discourse.

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    Thank you for having the balls to stand up for what is right. You are a rare breed

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    That a society even has to address the issue of males competing as female athletes still floors me. This brings to my mind the story of "The Emperor's New Clothes". Someday, soon I hope, the activists and politicians that push this nonsense will be seen universally as the fools they are. Thank you Rip for addressing this with the Texas Legislature.

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    Well done. Thank you for writing this.

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    It's kinda sad that this fact of nature has to be clearly spelled out to the politicians!

    On a podcast a while back I believe Rip referred to an article about Serena Williams thinking she could beat the a men's tennis player ranked 200th. She tried and didn't win, but commented how much more quickly the male could move compared to female competitors.

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