(The Hill) — The moment Selina Soule had waited for was finally here. She had trained hard, set goals, and persevered to reach this point: the Connecticut girls indoor track championships.
Yet, instead of qualifying for the New England regionals in the 55-meter, Selina was outpaced by two biological boys.
Welcome to the new world of women’s sports. In school after school, boys are outcompeting girls and taking home the prize. And this is being celebrated.