Wall Street Journal writer Abigail Shrier said that President Biden is delivering the “destruction of women's sports” by allowing biological males who identify as females to compete with biological females.

"This order spells the destruction of women's sports. It's probably the greatest blow to women's rights we've seen in decades. ... Putting male bodies against male bodies, that's what sports is about. It's about bodies. It's not about identification,” Shrier said during an appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

Biden signed an executive order last Wednesday aimed at “preventing and combating discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation,” which mandated any school that receives federal funding must allow biological males who identify as females to participate in female sports. If the schools that receive federal funding fail to comply, they could face punishment from the Education Department.

Shrier also invoked renowned female Olympian Allyson Felix, one of the most decorated female athletes of all time and touts more gold medals than the famed male sprinter Usain Bolt. But while Felix’s 400-meter time of 49.2 seconds is impressive in female competition, Shrier pointed out that “nearly 300 high school boys in 2018 in America alone could beat it.”

“We’re talking about a world where no one has ever heard of Allyson Felix — a world in which Allyson Felix doesn’t even make the team,” Shrier said.

Shrier pinned blame on far-Left activists for pushing biological males into female sports, but noted some of those on the center Left became “useful idiots” for the far-Left agenda by hiding behind the idea of “inclusivity.”

“They tend to hide behind language of inclusivity — 'This is more inclusive,'” Shrier said. “The truth is, if you wanted to be inclusive, what you would do, of course, is to make sure that transgender athletes who have male bodies feel welcome and comfortable on the male teams.”

“This is actual science. … It’s also common sense,” Shrier continued. “You can lower someone’s activational levels of testosterone, OK, but it won’t make an important difference. And the reason is … male puberty confers a massive and unbridgeable and permanent advantage on male bodies.”

Shrier concluded by pointing out that biological males have “larger hearts, larger lungs” and “more fast-twitch muscle fibers,” ensuring they would have an advantage over female athletes no matter what.

The White House did not immediately respond to the Washington Examiner's request for comment.