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November 08, 2023
Watch: Intersex Track Star Claims Being Born With Testicles "Don't Make Me Less Of A Woman"
For the majority of human history, we didn’t need a specific legal definition of sex since no one had a problem with it. Unfortunately, we no longer live in that world as activists subvert all preexisting meanings of sex. Simestmalously, athletic fraud is destroying women's sports at a record pace.
Trans activists rely on arguments that are illogical and go against reality. And when a movement has no real justification, it may exploit actual abnormalities, in reality, no matter how insignificant they may be.
Intersex conditions or disorders in sexual development are statistical rarities and do not debunk the sexual binary, no matter how many trans activities try and gaslight people into thinking otherwise.
Now that we cleared up the obvious, watch South African Trans track star Caster Semenya say he believes that testicles don’t make him “less of a woman.”
To be fair, he is correct it does not make him any less of a woman; however, it does not make him a woman either.
In a recent interview with the BBC, Semenya confidently asserted that his testicles don’t invalidate his womanhood.
Discussing his biology after being born with 5α-Reductase 2 deficiency, which only affects males, Semenya defended himself competing in women’s sports, despite having “internal testicles” that produce testosterone with XY chromosomes.
“For me, I believe if you are a woman, you are a woman,” Semenya told the BBC.
Semenya has also fathered two children. You know, because he is a man. But according to him, as long as you “believe” it, that’s all that matters.
“I have realized I want to live my life and fight for what I think and I believe in myself. I don’t care about the medical terms or what they tell me. Being born without a uterus or internal testicles. Those don’t make me less of a woman. I am a woman and have a vagina just like any other woman.”
The reason he does not “believe” in medical terms is because he would then have to admit he is a fraud, which he is.
The Olympian has always competed with females and usually won by a large margin. One of his gold medals came at the 2016 Olympics. But the ironic thing is that the silver medalist, Francine Niyonsaba, and the bronze medalist, Margaret Nyairera Wambui, are also XY intersex athletes.
Wow. What a coincidence.
But despite being classified as female at birth, Semenya reportedly has “46 XY” rather than one pair of XX chromosomes, however, he was raised as a “female” and just considers himself a “masculine woman.”
Many people with this condition are mistakenly assigned female at birth. As far as I am concerned, this is the only reason someone can be assigned the “wrong” gender at birth, despite what trans activists claim.
In 2020, the Swedish Supreme Court barred Semenya from competing against women unless he takes hormone-suppressing drugs, which he has refused.
Now, he is on a book tour for his new memoir, “The Race to Be Myself.”
No matter how many fake women try to use disorders of sex development to justify athletic fraud, this does not negate the fact that sex is binary. Don’t let activists gaslight you into thinking that sex and developmental anomalies somehow have a bearing on gender self-identification.
There are two sexes, no more and no less. And it's maddening that we need “experts” these days to chime in on the simplest concept ever known to our species.