Letters to the Sports Editor


DNA is still DNA — for men, women, writers

Re: “Bill could flush away big events, big bucks,” April 2

I don’t really care if someone thinks they’re a man, woman or even a sportswriter when all the evidence proves they’re not, but that doesn’t mean society has to coddle those presumptions.

Chopping, injections, supplements, makeup and crossdressing can’t change your DNA. You are the sex you’re born, no matter your “preferred gender.” That Kirk Bohls would develop columns to this subject shows how far off base he’s gotten.

MIKE EDMONDS, Austin



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