A Girl Trying To Become A Boy Is Destroying Other Girls In Wrestling Because The Steroids She’s Taking Make Her As Strong As A Boy
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A lot of people are talking about this story out of Texas, about a girl, who thinks she’s a boy, and is being “forced” to beat other real girls while she’s taking drugs that make her stronger than them:
A 17-year-old transgender boy completed an undefeated season Saturday by winning a controversial Texas state girls’ wrestling title in an event clouded by criticism from those who believe the testosterone he’s taking as he transitions from female to male created an unfair advantage. The family of Mack Beggs has said he would rather be wrestling boys, but state policy calls for students to wrestle against the gender listed on their birth certificates. So Beggs, a junior from Euless Trinity, beat Chelsea Sanchez 12-2 in the 110-pound weight class to improve to 56-0 and earn the championship.
Talk about fake news. The fact that the mainstream media just bows to this nonsense and calls someone who is clearly a girl, a “boy,” shows you how fake the news is. As if we ALL accept this as fact. Newsflash – if it doesn’t have a dick, it’s not a boy. This is not a controversial opinion. It’s a biological fact.
Anyway, this is a little different than previous gender identity issues in high school sports. Usually it’s a boy who wants to be a girl and ends up winning the State Championship in track and basketball, like that weirdo in Alaska did.
But it’s different this time around, because the girl wants to compete with the boys. Obviously this would put her at a disadvantage, because we recognize that on average boys are stronger and faster than girls, despite society’s push to pretend that there is no difference in biological genders.
And since this girl lives in a right wing state that hasn’t bought into all this PC bullshit about gender identity, she has to compete against other girls who were born girls just like her.
The problem lies with the fact that she’s basically taking steroids that make her faster and stronger than her competition. Ya know, like a boy. In fairness, she does want to compete against the other boys. But she can’t, because she’s not a boy.
So what gender should she wrestle in? The answer is simple – she doesn’t get to wrestle. You have the right to be trasngender, but you don’t have the right to dictate where you will play sports.
And if you wanna whine about civil rights, I suggest you go and find a kid in a wheelchair at her school who would do anything to be able to participate in high school athletics, but can’t because they have the misfortune of being unable to walk. Then you can tell that poor kid in a wheelchair how unfair it is that an able bodied female doesn’t get to participate because she’s making a grownup decision to take steroids that will make her stronger than her competition. Life is so unfair for social justice warriors. They have it so hard.
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