Monday, April 11, 2005

Will we see a "Tigress" Woods?

U.S. Golf Assn. Will Now Accept Transgenders in Competition
A professional golf association in America has adopted guidelines that open the door for athletes who were once the opposite sex to compete for championships.
The United States Golf Association announced a new policy March 21 under which "transgender athletes will be eligible to compete two years after having gender reassignment surgery." This policy was established along with "proof of gender guidelines" that a medical committee appointed by the Association will ultimately oversee. AgapePress confirmed the USGA policy change this week.

Congress reacted by holding more hearings on steroids in baseball...

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