Published: Thu, March 01, 2018
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Transgender Wrestler Booed After Winning Girls Wrestling Title

Transgender Wrestler Booed After Winning Girls Wrestling Title

To the shock of few, a transgender wrestler has won the Texas girls' Class 6A 110-pound division title for the second consecutive year.

Many in the crowd booed, however, when the steroid-pumped girl defeated her opponent in the last bout in about 10 seconds and was declared state champion.

It is likely that those booing were annoyed that Beggs had competed in the girls' category.

Beggs was the center of both praise and criticism in 2017 when a parent filed a lawsuit to try and keep him from wrestling in the female division.

A UIL policy also says that student-athletes in high school must compete as the gender that's on their birth certificate.

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Speaking the fierce opposition he faces because of gender identity, Begg said he just wanted to focus on his sport.

"It sure as hell didn't stop me from doing what I wanted to do in the past, and it won't stop me from what I want to do in the future", Beggs said.

"He has so much respect for all the girls he wrestles", Beggs' mother, Angela McNew told the AP.

"You put me in front of anybody and I'll wrestle them", he added.

Many parents have been outraged to see their daughters wrestling someone who, effectively, has the strength of a young man.

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The wrestling champion's treatments have so far given her a mustache and a deep, male-sounding voice.

On Twitter, many commentators are saying it is unfair for an athlete who is taking testosterone to be competing in the female competition.

A senior at Euless Trinity High School near Dallas, Beggs anticipates competing against boys when she goes to college in the fall.

Even though UIL's rules strictly prohibit the illegal use of steroids, LGBT politics has worked its agenda into the medical field so that state officials over high school sports now accommodate transgenders and reward them special privileges by giving them an exception.

"Honestly, I didn't even care about the boos", Beggs contended after winning the championship previous year, according to CNN. If he accepts, he would compete as a male in the NCAA.

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The teen came under scrutiny a year ago when a parent tried to stop him from wrestling in the female division by filing a lawsuit arguing that Beggs' use of testosterone during his transition gave him a competitive advantage, USA Today reported.

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