Imagine this: Your daughter has been training and running track for four years. She's a senior and she's made it to the state finals. College recruiters are in the stands and this is her day to shine (and possibly get a scholarship so you don't have to go bankrupt trying to fund her education). Except that doesn't happen for her because a boy, claiming to be a girl, handily steals the title from her. She's devastated, but when asked how she feels about it, she's terrified to be truthful that she (rightly) feels she was robbed by someone who shouldn't have been competing against her.
"I can't really say what I want to say, but there's not much I can do about it," Kate Hall said after the race, alluding to the fact that she had to compete against Andraya Yearwood, a biological boy.