A tennis pro from Germany by name of Sarah Gronert was born with both male and female genitalia. What? Yup. She's now 22, and plays tennis as a woman.
The coach of an opposing team, Schlomo Tzoref, claims she serves too hard to be a woman. "This is not a woman," cried Schlomo, "it's a man."
The "official" arbiters of the sport don't seem to agree on what to do with Gronert or any players "who do not fit into the binary division of traditionally defined female and male ... "
I wonder what the wingnuts of the christianist right would say about this? Did God create Gronert with male and female sex organs? If God is the source of all created things, then the answer must be "yes."
What does that mean? How would God want Gronert to define him/herself? Does God want Gronert to be bisexual?
It's very confusing to a true Bible believer. Jesus never said a word about people born with male and female sex organs. Nor did Moses. Or Paul. Or Peter.
And if God created someone with dual sex organs, could he not just as easily have created homosexual people? Gronert didn't choose both types of sex organs. The majority of scientists are convinced that homosexuals do not choose their sexual preferences.
I guess I better study the Bible a little more closely. Or may John Hagee can help out. He claims to know God's word better than anyone. I'd check with Pat Robertson but I think he's out of favor with God at the moment. And Falwell's dead. Oh, Dobson's still around; he'll know what God wants!