Is it Fair to Allow Transgendered Males to Compete Against Women in Sporting Events?
Many have become uncomfortable with telling the truth. It is not that they think less of this truth, but the way they will be viewed by others concerns them. They are afraid that they will be seen as sexist or insensitive. So rather than speak up for the disadvantaged, they say nothing.
What is this ugly truth that they are afraid to speak? Males are measurably stronger physically than females.
I know that this comes as a shock to many. I know that this is something that we try not to think about in our egalitarian universe. But it is something that must be said. Males are typically stronger than females physically.
This is why, if you enter a race, such as a 5k, there is a male and a female category. Placing men and women in the same category would be unfair. The reason is that men typically build and retain more muscle mass than women. And this matters because the mental condition Gender Dysphoria is blurring these lines.
Nattaphon “Ice” Wangyot, a male-t0-female transgender athlete became the first trans student to compete for a high school state championship last week.
Wangyot, a senior at Haines High School in Alaska, beat a number of biologically female competitors to the finals at the state Track & Field meet in Anchorage. But her presence at the race was met with some criticism from her fellow runners.
“So what?” many will say. What does a high school track meet in Alaska matter in the final scheme of things? Well, it matters a lot. It really should matter for those who love women. And we see by the silence of the Feminuts that they do not care about female issues.
In the end, women are losing their value and place in society. The things that make a woman glorious and beautiful are being lost in masculinity. And the places for women will soon be replaced by men dressed as women.
Never mind that women fought long and hard to get the chance to compete in such events. And they will now be replaced by men.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com. Article by Michael Ware.