I know not many of you are MMA fans, but there is a interesting situation going on with one of the lower end organizations a fighter by the name of Fallon Fox (http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Fallon-Fox-100599), currently fighting in the womens division, and has a 3-0 record. Nothing major there, except she used to be he, and had 2 professional fights before disclosing the fact she used to have penis. She's had gender reassignment surgery, and has been on hormones for 2 years, which is the minimal requirement to compete in the olympics as female, however I would argue that fighting is a bit different. The two fights she had prior to disclosing the situation she won by brutality, and the jury is out on this one. On the one hand she does meet the standards the olympic commission requires, and a few doctors feel there is no competitive advantage, however her training partners state there is a noticeable difference, a number of doctors site the bone density difference between male and female as being unchanged by the gender switch, and the fact it wasn't disclosed until she brutalized 2 other women the major issue however are bleeding hearts, any attempt to argue against her being allowed to compete against women, no matter how professionally made, created a backlash of activists who essentially flag anyone who disagrees as insensitive towards transgenders, citing that by law they do not have to disclose their former identity I'm against it, I support her right to be viewed as a woman, both by law and by the public, but I think a line has to be drawn somewhere and in combat sports I would say that's going to far Am I right for not wanting women to be beat by a (former) man, am I an insensitive bastard? where does GR stand?