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February 21, 2023
'It's Not Right': Watch As This Former NFL Star Obliterates the Trans Sports Movement in 90 Seconds
Last month, professional surfer Bethany Hamilton spoke out against biological men in women's sports. And the controversy over Lia Thomas has sparked a nationwide debate on the issue. Now, another famed athlete has joined the chorus of voices pushing for sex-separated sports: former NFL star Marcellus Wiley.
Wiley is a former defensive lineman for the Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers. He took to Twitter and TikTok on Saturday to share his extremely controversial opinion that biological men are stronger, and therefore better at sports than women. He must not be up to date on the ever-evolving "science." Otherwise, he would know that actually, everything we have ever known about the genders is wrong and men and women are exactly the same. Rookie mistake.
Wiley began with a disclaimer that he has no issues with transgender people in general, before explaining, "You all can try to Dave Chappelle me all you want. I am very clear on this. You can be a transgender. You can be the homie, but I’ll be damned if a male at birth turns into a female and tries to compete against my daughters. She ain’t out there. We out."
Wiley's oldest daughter competed in track and field at the University of Connecticut.
\u201cI have no issue with transgenders, but I do have an issue with athletes who are transgender women trying to compete against biological women. Not against the Wiley Women! \ud83d\udcaf\n\nWhy can\u2019t the dudes who transition to women actually empower women by competing against men?\u201d— Marcellus Wiley \ud83e\udde2 (@Marcellus Wiley \ud83e\udde2) 1676764222
Wiley begged people to not "make this a human rights issue" emphasizing that it's a "biological issue." He concluded the video by saying, "I hate saying fair. It’s not even right. Forget fair, it’s not right."
It seems people may finally be waking up, what with so many athletes speaking out against this latest woke dogma. Whether it's enough to actually change the policies, on the other hand, is a whole other can of worms. But breaking down the narrative is the first and most important step. One day soon, maybe women will have their own sports teams again. A (biological) girl can dream.
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