Lindsay Pieper

Lynchburg College

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At least two women who have had their gender questioned will be competing in the upcoming Summer Olympic Games.

Olympic sex-testing and the history of policing athlete gender

At least two women who have had their gender questioned will be competing in the upcoming Summer Olympic Games.

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