Athletic Black Woman Asked to Strip Nυde to Prove She’s a Woman

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Reported by Liku Zelleke

Equatorial Guinean athlete Genoveva Anonma is a veteran of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the scorer of the only two goals her country achieved during the tournament. She stayed in the limelight as she was included in the All-Star Team making her the first African player to be selected for the elite squad.

Anonma had a distinguished career with USV Jena, ending her two-year career with the German sports club as her team’s top scorer. She was the first foreigner to win the Bundesliga top scorer award. She is also African women athletes’ former Footballer of the Year.

Then, just last year, she was again in the news headlines after she asked that the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations be cancelled because she feared the tournament would spread the Ebola virus to her country.

Right now, Anonma is back in the limelight after she disclosed to reporters the unfair treatment she had to undergo by way of proving her gender to CAF – the African football federation.

In an audio recording, Anonma talks about how she was asked to strip nαked to prove to officials that she was a woman. Prior to the 2011 World Cup, she and two other teammates had been accused of being males by their opponents.
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It was in trying to address these allegations that she was forced to go through the ordeal.

“I don’t know how they usually do it, but they kept accusing me. Because I’m quite energetic and very strong they say it was impossible that I could be a woman. I don’t know what I did to make them think I’m a man. They didn’t do any hospital tests. I was hoping they would call me to tell me they were taking me to a hospital to do tests – but they never did,”she says in the recorded interview. “I’ve never had a single apology.”