Gender Inequality

Excluding trans athletes is 'dehumanising' says female-to-male boxer

Boxing gloves are seen during a training session of heavyweight title holder boxer Vladimir Klitschko of Ukraine in Duesseldorf March 17, 2010. Klitschko will fight Eddy Chambers of the U.S. for the IBF/WBO and IBO world heavyweight championship title, March 20 in Duesseldorf.  REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT BOXING) - BM2E63H146D01

Manuel is the world's first transgender boxer. Image: REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Hugo Greenhalgh
LGBT Editor, Reuters
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