How is it possible for a USA law to be morally repugnant, yet likely legal?

A Chicago Tribune article titled: Op-ed: Medical ban for trans kids is morally repugnant, yet likely legal, reported this following statement:

“The law is morally repugnant, overriding the decisions of medical professionals, parents and transgender teens and kids.”

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate an ancient proverb, a quote, and the quandary for Legislators to consider about the issue of fairness.

King Solomon

Then I applied myself to the understanding of wisdom, and also of madness and folly, but I learned that this, too, is a chasing after the wind. (Ecclesiastes 1:17)

Quote – You Can’t Fix Stupid – Top Definition Urban Dictionary

The response to seeing some moron doing something incredibly asinine.

What’s My Point?

I have no medical or psychiatry credentials to make a wise statement about whether LGBT or Transgender is a result of nature or nature.

However, since medical trained specialists all medically agree that there is a difference in strength between male and females, and if either is given hormone therapies known as puberty blockers create, there exists  an unfair advantage in sports participation between males and female competitors.

In My Opinion

If major professional sports completions and even World Olympics can legally ban the use of hormone medications, but lawmakers cannot, on the issue of fairness, would it be fair to state that this issue can be described as either madness or folly, or lawmakers trying to fix stupid.

You Decide

Is this issue morally repugnant, or madness and folly on the part of legislators in fairness to females?

As for the use of the word stupid, I prefer foolish as explained in a previous post. However, on the issue of legal fairness, I would make an exception.

If Interested

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Regards and goodwill blogging.

Chicago Tribune Op-ed

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