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Chloie Jonnson, a transgender woman, is suing CrossFit over the fact that she can't compete in the women's division of the upcoming CrossFit Games.
The reason for that, as you probably inferred, is that she was born a man.
Jonnson has filed a $2.5 million lawsuit over this, citing her sex reassignment surgery in 2006 and her legal recognition as a woman by the State of California.
Chloie was shot down hard when she tried to enter against the women.
A letter from CrossFit to Chloie stated, "We have simply ruled that based upon [Chloie] being born as a male, she will need to compete in the Men's Division."
They say a male "who has a sex reassignment procedure still has a genetic makeup that confers a physical and physiological advantage over women."
That, they believe, is a "fundamental, ineluctable fact" and, lest they be criticized for that, "this decision has nothing to do with 'ignorance' or being bigots."
"It has to do with a very real understanding of the human genome, of fundamental biology, that you are either intentionally ignoring or missed in high school."
Undeterred, Chloie Jonnson says CrossFit is violating her civil rights by not letting her compete as a woman and she wants at least $2.5 million to make it right.
CrossFit says transgendered athletes are "welcomed with open arms in this community, but we will not waver from our commitment to ensure the fairness of the competition."
You be the judge: Who's in the right?
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Ladies, there's a new app you might just want to put on your man's phone.
It's called "Lick This" and the tag line is "A web app that trains your tongue. Practice makes pleasure." Oh my.
It was created by a San Francisco team who call themselves Club Sexy Time and they might be joking:
"Do we think you'll be a better lover because of it? No," says co-creator Chris Allick.
"Do we think it's an interesting approach to human computer interaction and making people think about their sexuality and maybe start a conversation? Totes."
The exercises include flipping a light switch and turning a gear, with promises of more to come.
Of course, the very IDEA of licking something as gross as a phone screen might ruin the mood.
The app's creators suggest covering your screen with plastic wrap to avoid germs. Always practice safe sex, even if it's just between you and an iPhone.
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