The way men’s bodies are built gives them a biological advantage over women when it comes to many physical demands, and this shines through in modern sports.

As I’ve previously written, between more and denser muscle mass, larger organs, and body structure, male bodies outclass female bodies in terms of strength and speed. The top female athletes consistently find themselves lagging behind top male athletes by 10 percent in terms of results.

Essentially, if you’re a man competing against women in a women’s only sport, you’re a cheater. Sadly, these girls are getting cheated to the sound of applause.

Recently, one girl who lost to two male transgender students who competed in girls-only track found herself and her fellow female students eating dust. Now, high schooler Selina Soule is speaking out.

“I am very happy for these athletes and I fully support them for being true to themselves and having the courage to do what they believe in,” Soule said while on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News Program. “But, in athletics, it’s an entirely different situation. It’s scientifically proven that males are built to be physically stronger than females. It’s unfair to put someone who is biologically a male, who has not undergone anything in terms of hormone therapy, against cis-gender girls.”

“What are other members of your team saying about this?” asked Ingraham.

“My teammates and my fellow competitors — we are happy for these athletes, of course — but we do think it’s unfair, and for us it is upsetting when we work hard all season and put in a lot of effort, only to turn up at the state meets and get beat by someone who is biologically a male and lose state championships over this,” said Soule.

Soule noted that it’s also scary for her and her fellow students who work hard in attempts to get college scholarships since there is no way to differentiate between a biological female and transgender students in Connecticut. A recruiter may pass over the girls in favor of the boys posing as girls, thus ruining their chances of attending a college.

Soule and the other girls make it clear that they’re happy that these transgender students are doing what’s right for them in terms of gender identity, but are upset over the fact that they’re trodding all over the efforts and dreams of girls who work and train hard to be the best, only to lose out due the advantage men naturally have over women.