Sex testing at the Olympics has always been wrong

Like the proverbial mole, the Olympic sex test keeps coming back - with disastrous consequences for women athletes around the world - no matter how often athletes and human rights defenders think they've got rid of it. The test was introduced in the 1930s to weed out "abnormal female athletes" from the Olympics. Feminists, athletes, geneticists, ethicists, and national governments protested, but it wasn't until the 1990s when the International Amateur Athletic Federation (now known as World Athletics) and the International Olympic Committee ended the test.

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