90 Miles From Tyranny : Transgenders Attacking Gays and Lesbians for Refusal to Accept Them as Athletes and Same Sex Lovers

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Transgenders Attacking Gays and Lesbians for Refusal to Accept Them as Athletes and Same Sex Lovers

"One only wonders, with concern, what the Soviets will do after they have wiped out their bourgeois." - Sigmund Freud

In October 2018, biological male Rachel McKinnon took the gold at the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles. Afterwards, he took to Twitter to condemn as “transphobic bigots” anyone who pointed out that his “victory” consisted of a man competing in an all-women’s event. He called mandatory testosterone suppression for transgender athletes a human rights violation.

Last February, nine-time Wimbledon singles champion and lesbian Martina Navratilova caused an uproar when she wrote that it is “insane” and “cheating” that biological men are allowed to compete in women’s sports. For stating the obvious, Navratilova was immediately expelled from the LGBTQ advocacy group Athlete Ally for alleged “transphobia.” The BBC withdrew its invitation to Fair Play for Women to discuss Navratilova’s comments after public pressure from the aforementioned McKinnon himself.

In the UK, rugby referees are quitting in droves because transgender women playing on all-women’s teams are injuring too many actual women. One anonymous referee told the Sunday Times that they’ve been instructed not to challenge bearded players on the field. In Connecticut high schools, transgender girls are dominating girls’ sports and smashing records, and female students who complain are facing backlash from the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference. In Texas high schools, a transgender girl wrestler won a state tournament with a record of 35-0, beating every actual girl or winning by forfeit by girls who feared injuries wrestling a biological male.

What’s going on here? Either, through history’s greatest coincidence, all these transgender women suddenly sweeping competitions and breaking international records just happen to be...

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