The first 2 sentences of this article are "Facing questions about her gender, South African teenager Caster Semenya easily won the 800-meter gold medal Wednesday at the world championships. Semenya’s dominating run came on the same day track and field’s ruling body said she was undergoing a gender test because of concerns SHE does not meet requirements to compete as a woman". One of the first things kids learn about themselves is their gender. If Caster Semenya, WHO IS A TEENAGER, competed in the wrong sport, BECAUSE SHE DOES NOT QUALIFY TO BE A WOMAN, THAT IS REALLY RETARDED.
As we all know looks are deceiving. Some men look like women, but that doesn't change the fact that they're men. Judging a book by its cover can sometimes appear rude if done openly! The so called professionals that started this need a lesson in manners. Just because Caster Semenya convincingly won, relevant professionals openly question her gender, how must she feel? How would you feel if you won/lost a race, and then soon after professionals decide to openly question your gender. I think their approach to these issues is of a childish nature. It should have been done discretely. Where were these people educated?
Gender is not always either or. Both gender and sexual orientation exist on a continium. That's why the committe to determine "her" gender has so many people on it from so many areas. Given your statement I guess you don't know about this or just don't believe it.