Not to sound like a cheesy Dove commercial, but traditionally speaking “You do X sport like a girl!” was an insult with which boys teased one another. Before finally growing up and maturing into small penis jokes. The sting of the joke for a bloke was “You’re weak.” Because, biologically, women don’t possess the physical prowess of men. It’s not triggering, it’s science.
The insult was never meant as a suggestion to be taken seriously. Yet men, who are too weak to compete with people of similar chromosomal makeup, are beating the ever-loving estrogen out of actual women. Heretofore, Fallon Fox was the poster-manlady for such grotesque lunges toward equality. Now we have this guy. Fret not, we’ve already documented the life cycle of this walking smegma (see ‘Transwoman’ Beats Real Women, Wins INTERNATIONAL Weightlifting Title… Feminists?).
Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard has maintained her silence after finishing second in the women’s super-heavyweights … in Anaheim, California.
Hubbard walked off stage after the medals ceremony and declined to answer any questions on Tuesday.
She did not attend the post-even press conference, went straight to the anti-doping room and refused requests to return for media interviews, continuing her public silence since she first competed in international weightlifting last March.
No doubt there will be some Soy Boy man-child screaming “Even men are better at being ladies than ladies!” and believing it. To you I say, go buy a sex doll.
Hubbard here, I’d like to note, still took second place. Meaning an actual lady kicked his plumber-cracking ass. Turns out this gremlin’s high testosterone level helped him into second place, not first. My hat tips in the direction of our gold medalist she-warrior.
But the lady who made third place? She got screwed out of not only her hard work (weight lifting is no joke to get yoked), she was screwed out of her birthright: being conceived with two gametes of the X-persuasion. Hubbard elbowed her in the face, taking from her what was rightfully her’s. All so he could feel good about himself.
As much as you or I make fun of girls’ sports, the point should never get lost in the chuckles: women’s sports aren’t designed for mainstream entertainment. They’re designed as a safe space for ladies to compete against other ladies. Because yes, girls like to play sports. We like to compete. We like to test our abilities. What we don’t like is a man, who embodies pure patriarchal sexism, butting into our arena to steal that which belongs to us.