Caitlyn Jenner, who recently came under fire for making ‘transphobic’ comments, has said that ‘some’ trans girls should be allowed to play women’s sports.
The former Olympian, who is currently running for the role of governor in California, said on The Trans Sporter Room podcast that transgender people should have the ‘opportunity’ to participate in sports. However, she thinks there should be a ‘commission’ to decide which trans people can and can’t.
Jenner, who transitioned herself in 2015, explained: “Trans women compete in the Olympics, they compete in the NCAA, but when it gets down to the high school level, there’s no guide rules, there’s no rules and regulations how they can.
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“And trans women, who are truly trans, who at a very young age, you know, started proper medical treatment, they’ve grown up as girls, of course, they should be able to compete in girl’s sports.
“But yes, some guy who hasn’t done any therapy, hasn’t done anything, there has to be a review board.
“And I would be the first governor to put together a review board to review each case.”
However, the former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star didn’t elaborate on how the review would work and what it would entail.
The talk comes after Jenner has previously stated that it’s not ‘fair’ for transgender women to play in female sports.
On Twitter, she wrote: “It’s an issue of fairness and we need to protect girls’ sports in our schools.”
Recently, Kim Kardashian said she had been left ‘disturbed’ by her former stepparent’s tweets.
According to TMZ, the 40-year-old is frustrated with some of Jenner’s controversial views that she’s been sharing on social media.
A couple of months ago, the 71-year-old ranted about prison form and said ‘enough is enough’ and California needs an ‘honest leader’.
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