NCAA Conference's "Female Athlete of the Week" is Transgender
It's a tale as old as time. Girl works hard at sportsing. Girl excels and advances to a Division 1 NCAA athlete. Girl sees opportunities lost to boys, who now say they're girls. Because being a tranny puts you at the top of the pound for pound most marginalized rankings. Girl has opportunites stolen from her by Boy who says he's Girl. Society tells Girl to suck it up and try harder. Society pats itself on the back for being tolerant. Girl feels inferior because she isn't a prized male (see WATCH: Transgender Track Star Claims He’s “Disadvantaged” Racing Against Girls and Male Track Star Steals National Championship from a Woman. Because “Transgender!”). So seeing a boy be named the Big Sky Conference "Female Athlete of the Week" is par for the course. But this story has a twist.
When the girl was a boy, said boy did win at least one men’s competition two years ago. So this dude wasn't as much of a loser. Check him out:
June Eastwood, formerly known as Jonathan, “finished second in a field of 204 runners at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational” and helped the University of Montana finish seventh as a team, the conference said in a press release. Both pages for “June” and “Jonathan” remain live on a University of Montana Athletics website.
Eastwood’s men’s page appears to have been last updated in July 2018. It identifies Jonathan as a 2015 graduate of Belgrade High, names his parents and sisters, and says he’s a “women’s, gender and sexuality studies major.” June Eastwood’s page simply says the student graduated from Belgrade in 2015 and is majoring in philosophy.
Jonathan Eastwood won the men's 5000 meter run by a healthy lead in 2017:
One could argue not only is Jonathan not a loser as a dude, but he was also rather a good distance runner as a dude. But now that Jonathan is June, the race margin will widen.
Here's the most disgusting part of all this: coaches are giving this boy a pass. At least one fellow girl track runner seen in the video above gives it a pass. Of course, not shown are the angry girl athletes and their parents who're likely biting their tongues knowing if they say anything against a "brave and beautiful" transgender athlete, their lives will be forever ruined.
We cannot tell girls in our society that they have value when we give more value to men for "being girls." You cannot pretend to love women and proclaim you care about women's rights if you allow a boy to best girls in a girls' space. Period.