The mass “empowerment” of so-called transgenders in this Babylonian society known as America in the year 2019 is negatively impacting women the most, believe it or not. And some of them are finally taking a stand by speaking out about it.
As biological male after biological male decides to join up with women’s sports teams as a “female” in order to steal victories from actual female athletes, many of these biological women are starting to get a little bit irritated by what’s happening to them in the name of “tolerance” – and who could blame them?
Enough is enough seems to be a growing sentiment in women’s sports these days as biological female athletes come to the realization that what many of they themselves pushed for under the guise of “equality” is actually coming back around to bite them in a major way.
By vocally supporting and advocating for LGBTQ “rights” all these years, leftist females, many of them athletes, have inadvertently spawned a whole new breed of gender-confused humans who see a new opportunity to advance in the world using a space where they otherwise never would have had “equal” access: on the oppose sex’s athletic fields.
Biological males who have trouble competing with other biological males can simply self-identify as “women,” allowing them unquestioned access to not just female sports fields, courts, and tracks, but also female bathrooms and locker rooms. In other words, all perverts everywhere now have an easy scapegoat on which to justify their deviant behavior.
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There have been many examples of this that we’ve reported on over the past several years, including the case of transgender bodybuilder “Mary” Gregory, who won all nine events at the Raw Powerlifting Federation Event for women. “Mary” also set new “world records” for the Masters Squat, Open Bench, Masters Deal Lift, and Masters Total.
Mind you, “Mary” was born with male genitalia, meaning “she” has much more testosterone inside her body than her actual female counterparts, regardless of how “she” chooses to “self-identify.” The same is true of transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon, who “won” the recent Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester, England.
“McKinnon set a women’s world record on Saturday for the 35-39 sprint, won a 200m gold medal and then complained about how unfair it would be if he was excluded from competing against biological females,” writes Cristina Laila for The Gateway Pundit, noting the deranged mindset of transgender “females” who believe they’re entitled to “compete” on women’s sports teams.
According to McKinnon, and presumably many other transgenders just like “her,” transgenders have a “right” to compete on women’s sports teams. Further, “she” complained to reporters recently that “she” feels uncomfortable every time “she” has to compete because of all the attention “she” gets.
“I’ve thought about giving up about half a dozen times a year at least,” this fragile, gender-confused individual told Sky News in Canada. “It’s so stressful to even show up for me, given the sort of attention I get.”
Poor, poor “Mary.” Meanwhile, high school girls like Selina Soule are having to file lawsuits to try to make things right for themselves, as she and her teammates lose important victories needed to get into college, all because of whiny transgender “females” with male hormone profiles who are thieving them in the name of “equality.” Imagine how stressful that is.
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