Cheating boys meet brain dead girls

 

In the United States, a male high school athlete competed on the boys’ team during the winter indoor track season but ran against the girls in State championships the following summer. It was allowed because he’s transgender. Quote.

In the CIAC State Open track and field championships last week, the transgender sophomore from Bulkeley High School in Hartford competed as a girl, the paper said — and absolutely crushed the competition.  Miller won the 100-meter dash in 11.72 seconds and took the 200-meter dash in 24.17 seconds — both meet record times, the CT Post reported. End of quote.

Terry Miller and another transgender, Andraya Yearwood, took the top two places in the girl’s 100-metre dash and Yearwood won that event the previous year.

This is death to the aspirations of female athletes.

Perhaps next year the girls will smarten up and refuse to compete? If female athletes refused to line up against the boys, surely sports officials would have to listen?

Maybe, but that’s not likely to happen and here’s why. RHAM High School’s Bridget Lalonde, the girl who came third behind two boys, said: Quote

To be honest, I think it’s great they get a chance to compete, and as long as they’re happy, I guess, there’s not that much I can do. End of quote.

Stop the bus! Is this really what she thinks? Does transgender happiness take precedence over Bridget’s chance to win?  Has she really traded her dream of personal success so transgender boys might feel better about themselves? Good luck with that!

Listen up Bridget, these two are cheats, they are boys running in a girls race. If this was a genuine girl’s race, you would have won and the boys could have competed in the boys’ race where they belong.

But I get why Bridget thinks this way. She has been schooled to believe transgender rights are more important than her rights as a female athlete.  Gender diversity must be embraced at any cost. This is ridiculous. It is time to acknowledge this broad-brush approach to diversity in sports is nonsense and is resulting in female athletes being marginalised.

It is not fair that physically superior boys compete as girls. Why do you think we separated out boys and girls in athletics competitions in the first place?

Bridget doesn’t even recognise the injustice because she is blinded by her ‘acceptance of diversity’.

The state athletic official, CIAC executive director Karissa Niehoff, stupidly defends the position of transgenders to compete with girls saying: quote.

That’s what Office of Civil Rights guidelines speak to. You cannot discriminate based on gender. And in our case in Connecticut, gender is gender identity. End of quote.

Athletic coaches, on the other hand, have a more realistic grasp of the deception.  Quote.

Glastonbury coach Brian Collins told the CT Post. quote.

I think a lot of people, myself included, have a problem with […] a biological male competing. When they put the state law in effect, my interpretation is it wasn’t made for high school sports. I think it was meant for all people — whether transgender, bisexual, gay — are treated fairly. I totally agree with that, but with sports it’s not a level playing field. You’d probably ask the state reps if the law should be changed for sports. End of quote.

High school girls thinking about next year’s state races need not bother, because they can’t win. Unless changes are made, the running track will run uphill for the girls and downhill for the boys.


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