If a woman gets a sex change and all that stuff can she play in the nba and NFL and all that?
So i was wondering if a guy gets a sex change can he play for the wnba and if a girl gets a sex change can she play for the nba???
- Cu TieLv 76 years agoFavorite Answer
Actually, a player's chances of playing college football depend on his/her performance in football during his/her senior year of high school. If a female performs very well in football during her senior year of high school, she will greatly improve her chances of getting recruited to play for a college football program.
In turn, a player's chances of playing in the NFL depend on his/her performance in football during his/her college football career. If a female performs very well in football during her college years, she will greatly improve her chances of getting drafted to play for an NFL team.Source(s): In 2020, Lindsey Bice will become the first female to get drafted to play for an NFL team.
- 6 years ago
No. Because even though they now have the biological standing of a man or woman they're body structure is still that of what they were born with. What I mean is their bone structure is still the same. A man who had the operation would have lower testosterone and all but would still have a narrower waist with broad shoulders which would give him an edge and vice versa.
It's this way in UFC and some other combat sports but like ? said apparently idk wtf i'm talking about when it comes to NFL.
- BamaAndyLv 76 years ago
Yes. Look up the Philadelphia Blaze.. They've had a transgender wide receiver for years....Source(s): RT.....
- Anonymous6 years ago
Sure. Eli Manning is a great example of that.