Every day we are seeing the unfair reality that makes it harder and harder for girls to compete against other females without the intrusion of males. But what will it take to finally put an end to this fraud being committed by fake women?
Well, I think we can learn a few things from the North American Grappling Association tournament.
Female martial artists refused to participate in a Brazilian tournament last weekend after men took over the women’s category and expressed fear for their safety as male competitors have repeatedly infiltrated their sport, according to an interview with
. In one of the divisions, the only participants left competing were men, even though it was meant for women.
The backlash forced the North American Grappling Association, which is the world's largest grappling association, to change its transgender policy on Oct. 28. According to reports, the association will now exclude transgender athletes from women's competitions.
to the Daily Mail, professional martial artist Jayden Alexander said she was devastated after fighting a man in July and resorted to self-excluding herself from other competitions to avoid this unfair and dangerous competition.
“The experience was horrible and scary,” Alexander said, according to the Daily Mail. “I was absolutely in fight or flight mode and as a seasoned competitor, I can honestly say I've never been there mentally before in a match."
This whole situation looks like nothing more than an effort to normalize brutality against women. And on top of that, they are awarding medals to men for this violence.
“In the upcoming months, when I went to compete again, I had to self-exclude from a world series of Jiu Jitsu and from a women's absolute bracket at a NAGA to avoid competing with not one but two trans-male athletes,” she added.
Alexander, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu blue belt, told Reduxx that she didn't even know she would be competing against a man until she stepped on the mat in July.
“I honestly never thought this would actually happen in a contact sport, especially not MY contact sport. When I saw him, I was so shocked I didn’t know how to respond.”
The policy had previously stated that women would not be forced to compete against males but several women boycotted a late-October tournament in Georgia after they said that was not the case.
“NAGA does not require biological women to compete against transgender women. Instead, we give the choice to the biological women and if they decline, they compete in a division only with other biological women.” NAGA issued a statement in order to clarify its policy.
At that event, a man named Corissa Griffith took home four gold medals. And another man, Cordelia Gregory, placed second in a tournament.
Obviously, there is a reason why women, or “transgender men” do not compete against men in sports. That’s because the biological disadvantage would not even make it worth trying.
Part of the reason why this insanity continues is because women are still competing against men even though it is not only unfair but dangerous.
In order to effectively stand up for women's rights in sports, women need to stop competing against males who would otherwise fail when competing against men.
At least it finally seems that some are catching on how to put an end to this madness.