According to reports, yet another college-aged male athlete has decided to switch from male to "female" in order to run on his school's women's cross country team – which, based on his earlier race times while competing with men, suggests that he's likely to set all sorts of new "records."
"June" Eastwood, formerly known as Jonathan, recently participated in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) Division I "Clash of the Inland Northwest" women's 4,000-meter race, representing the University of Montana. And wouldn't you know it, but "June" finished second on "her" team, "making history" to become the first male-to-female transgender athlete to compete in NCAA Division I cross country.
"June" didn't actually win anything, of course, seeing as how "she" was born with a penis and testicles, and is thus not an actual woman. But in 2019, you can apparently be whatever you want to be, whenever and however you want to be it – and anyone who questions you is automatically a "bigot," no matter how reasoned their opinions.
Reports indicate that "June" wasn't really that good of a runner when he competed against other boys, having won only two of the 56 races he competed in over the course of three years on the men's track and cross country teams. But competing against women has given "June" a fresh, new advantage, and made "her" a "winner" virtually overnight.
"His best 5,000-meter time in track and field is 14 minutes, 38.80 seconds, which is 32 seconds faster than the NCAA women's track record of 15:01.70 set by former University of Colorado runner Jenny Simpson in 2009," writes Dorothy Cummings McLean for LifeSiteNews.
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It's important to note that "June" didn't just declare one day that he was now a "female." According to reports, he started taking estrogen in combination with testosterone-suppressing hormones back in June 2018 to ready himself for his later "transition."
This is a requirement by the NCAA, which states that males wishing to compete in women's sports as "transgender women" must artificially suppress their testosterone levels for an entire year before being allowed to compete.
All of this is somewhat ironic, seeing as how performance-enhancing drugs that affect natural hormone levels used to be forbidden in sports because athletes who take them gain an unfair advantage against their competition. But now that the doctrines of LGBTQ have pervaded pretty much everything in modern society, LGBTQs now get special treatment that affords them an unfair advantage.
Much like how transgender powerlifter "Mary" Gregory was able to squash the competition by suppressing his testosterone levels in order to compete against natural-born women, "June" is taking full advantage of these new LGBTQ rules, which threaten to eventually destroy women's sports entirely.
None of this is a surprise, of course, seeing as how this is the logical endgame of feminism. Though many feminists remain in a perpetual state of denial about the monster they've unleashed, this is the direct consequence of their trying to "end the patriarchy" through the demonization of men and masculinity – and they deserve every even worse horror that's still to come.
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