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Progress? Transexual Now Breaking Girl's HS Track Records
Okay, this one's pretty simple. Or, at least it should be. There's a boy competing on a HS Track team, beating most of the girls and taking opportunities away from them.
It's okay though, because s/he claims to identify as a girl...
Wangyot’s participation didn’t come without controversy, as Alaska Family Action president Jim Minnery and supporters protested outside the event last Friday:
“We are here today as a voice from the community to ensure that female athletes are not denied the playing opportunities and scholarships otherwise available to them and to make the playing field even again,” Minnery said, according to the Dispatch News. “… Allowing students to play on teams of the opposite sex disproportionately impacts female students who will lose spots on track, soccer and volleyball teams to male students who identify as female.”
Fairbanks Hutchinson junior Saskia Harrison turned in a time of 14.11 seconds in the 100-meter dash, which wasn’t fast enough to make the cut — and she wasn’t particularly thrilled that Wangyot advanced.
“I’m glad that this person is comfortable with who they are and they’re able to be happy with who they are,” she told KTVA-TV. “But competitively I don’t think it’s completely 100 percent fair.”
Eagle River junior Peyton Young felt similarly, despite not competing in sprints.
“I don’t know what’s politically correct to say, but in my opinion your gender is what you’re born with,” Young, who won the Class 4A girls’ 3,200-meter race, told the Dispatch News. “It’s the DNA. Genetically a guy has more muscle mass than a girl, and if he’s racing against a girl, he may have an advantage.”
... he may have an advantage? May?
I love how even the skeptics here are clearly trying to dance around the reality. A guy is beating the crap out of chicks on the track. Period. Why do we need to use words/phrases like "may" or "it's possible"? Men are stronger and faster than women. Period. We know this. It doesn't matter how you identify. You knew this was coming (see Oregon Schools Officially Lets Boys Play Girls Sports… Because Transgenderism and College Students Sign Petition Allowing “Transgender” to Play Women’s Basketball…). I can't wait to see how open minded and tolerant the left is when s/he starts winning scholarships that were meant for actual girls.
But what can you expect? Fallon Fox has lived as a man his whole life, and now beats up women professionally in a cage for a living (Read "Dear Transgender Fallon Fox: No, You Shouldn't be Allowed to Beat up Women" here). This is precisely where the left's anti-science argument begins to fall apart. You can't accuse everyone who disagrees with the current trans-movement as hateful, then make exceptions for sports because well, really... biology.
You know what you won't see? A female-to-male transgender dominating men's sports. Chaz Bono won't be winning gold medals in men's Judo anytime soon. Why? Because well, really... biology. But if you point that out, you're a hateful bigot. Also, anti-science.
Remember that? Republicans are anti-science. Watch me debate this very point with an LGBTQAAIP leftist below.