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Alex🏳️‍🌈 May 1
We need to in the face of vile evil that tries to make Black people conform to standards of what is normal.
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@sa_rugga_fans 🇿🇦 Feb 19
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Makubenjalo May 1
Dear why don’t you give everyone who were born in an affluent home, with great coaches, equipment and a plethora of experts a 5 second start delay, Now that would be fair!
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Gender & Family Project May 6
Caster Semenya is a cisgender black woman with naturally high levels of testosterone who was banned from sports until she medically alters her body. This attempt to narrowly define “what a woman is” hurts all women, trans folks, and black people. We
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Sarah May 1
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HERoes Sport May 1
Caster Semenya loses landmark legal case against IAAF over testosterone levels
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Arielle (Ari) Chambers May 8
Yessss speaking out on behalf of during summit
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OU History of Science Department May 2
Students in 's Women and Medicine class discussed this case a few weeks ago. Any one of those students could explain the gender & racial bias (and lack of scientific evidence) inherent in sex testing female athletes.
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jon stark May 7
This is literally one of the foremost authorities in the world on getting their ass beat by Caster Semenya and even she knows what the right side of history actually is.
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Danielle Warby May 1
“Women athletes are rarely heard from – especially those who have competed against Caster Semenya” - this from Australian 800m runner . A must-read for an informed athlete's perspective.
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rivpillay May 2
The disrespect, blatant disregard for facts & lack of knowledge about the community surrounding is appalling & honestly hurts. But then you see South Africans & the world step up one by one to and it gives me hope.
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HERoes Sport May 3
True or not , you get the idea
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Obnoxshiz May 3
Haven't read the report, but fuck the . 🇿🇦 with
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Thandeka Zwana May 4
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Thaakir Dawood May 1
there was been no better time to stand together than now. SASCOC if you take yourself seriously - we should boycott all events until decision makers and administrators decide to think logically.
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Suhail Mahomed May 10
An every day inspirational figure. A role model to look up to. Always winning, always running, never quit attitude. Shame on you for trying to discredit this powerful.
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HERoes Sport May 5
Madeleine Pape is a PhD candidate in Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She competed in the 800m for Australia at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and the World Championships in 2009
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Sarah May 1
Replying to @simonallison
Definitely with her
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abbybarras May 1
Fantastic to see on C4 news talking sense about the ridiculous decision against Caster Semenya today. Great reporting generally by C4 on this issue. Shame about racist Sharron Davies though.
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Sanet Croucamp 25 Apr 18
I stand with !! 🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦
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