Politics The farce that's destroying Girls Sporting events ..

colin traveller

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There is no honour in Sporting events these days especially when Sporting Authorities allow fakers to compete with women .. whereby the outcome is going to benefit the faker more than the women competing .

It will come to the point where female athletes will protest en mass over the blatent disregard to fairness . with regards to competing . And when athlete's can get banned for taking performance enhancing drugs yet It's all perfectly legal for Fakers pretending to be girls /women in which they already have a superiour advantage ..

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While Nike gets in trouble over their advantageous shoe which they can claim is fair as its available to anyone whom can wear it under competitive rules. No such product exists that can equalize the obviously male testosterone advantage yet the games can still continue according to PC competitive rules is a complete contradiction.
 
My thoughts are that it is extremely humorous that one protected class, female, is now screaming bloody murder that another protected class, non-binary/transitioning/questioning/ACDC, is horning in on their scholarship-acquisition game.

Don't these females want to have some "skin in the game" and "be kind(trademark)", welcoming, fully inclusive, and non-judgmental?

After all, they've been screaming like hell to get into men's teams, men's clubs, men's jobs for years..........

Selective service? Suddenly, not so much... hmmm...

I can "do it" just as good as a man.... Except when I can't. Then, I want the privileges females should get.
 
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The way I see that whole "trans athletes competing in women's sports" is just:

Men who sucked in male category, then claimed to be trans so they could join the female category.
 
It is a matter of quite some controversy among the trans-community too. There is a fairly large percentage of them who think that it's not right.
 
That being said, trans rights/privileges tend to also face backlash in other fields.

There is the subject of changing rooms and restrooms for instance. "Weirdly enough", females are not very happy about sharing their facilities with trans male-to-female.
Haven't heard anything about males having to share their facilities with trans though. Maybe because it is not covered as much, or at all, or because there is no concern, or because there are not that many trans female-to-male.
 
So can all those Soviet era athletes who were banned or lost their medals due to issues of gender in female sports at the Olympics etc..etc.. now claim they were the first transgender athletes and want their medals and titles back??
 
It is a matter of quite some controversy among the trans-community too. There is a fairly large percentage of them who think that it's not right.

Some of it's not entirely the athlete's fault either. Am sure I read about a case in the US last year (I want to way it was Texas) of a woman who was in the process of transitioning to a man and was taking low doses of testosterone in preparation for that which presumably helps muscle development. She wanted to compete against men but the regulatory body of whatever sport she was in insisted that since her birth certificate said female, she had to compete in the female category and she was outstripping the competition.
 
Some of it's not entirely the athlete's fault either. Am sure I read about a case in the US last year (I want to way it was Texas) of a woman who was in the process of transitioning to a man and was taking low doses of testosterone in preparation for that which presumably helps muscle development. She wanted to compete against men but the regulatory body of whatever sport she was in insisted that since her birth certificate said female, she had to compete in the female category and she was outstripping the competition.


For mine, that's blood doping and the athlete needs a ban. Compete, or get your transition squared away, if you can't do both at the same time, pick one.
 
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Hannah Mouncey, a head taller than everyone else in the picture (Men included) and twice as wide. 20 years of advantage. Actually no, strike that, transitioned at 27, so call it 15 years of advantage, kids are pretty even up until they turn 10-12ish. A normal athlete taking testosterone for that long would never compete again. I'm not sure why trans athletes should either.
 
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