October 19, 2018

“Coddling” of trans athletes creates unlevel playing field for women

David MenziesMission Specialist

“Rachel” McKinnon was born a man but now identifies as a woman, even though he’s kept his manhood intact.

McKinnon recently won a cycling competition in Los Angeles against women who were born that way, and even set a world record in doing so.

Do you think maybe compared to the natural-born female competitors, McKinnon had inherent physical advantages in being born male?

Acknowledging that things like testosterone, muscles, lung capacity, stamina, etc., provide an advantage isn’t sexist — it’s merely a statement of fact.

Does any reasonable person really think this policy is fair to those who were born female?

In McKinnon’s perverse world, trans rights can only be advanced at the expense of women’s rights, and unfortunately, thanks to political correctness, athletic organizations are letting it happen.

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commented 2018-10-20 19:38:24 -0400
Image a full grown man claiming to be a thirteen year old and therefore can be excused of pedophilia.
commented 2018-10-20 18:07:12 -0400
So if someone decides that they are, say, a thirteen year old girl or a 12 year old boy, do they get to attend gym class and compete in intramural sports?

Image a full grown man claiming to be a thirteen year old girl, competing and winning, and then showering with the team.

Imagine a full grown woman claiming to be a twelve year old boy, competing and winning, and then showering with the team.

This would fit in well with Wynn’s sex courses that the teacher’s union in Ontario want to keep, and the various places that puts no restrictions on men and women using the opposite sex’s washrooms.
commented 2018-10-20 08:56:09 -0400
“One hundred and forty one could draw faster than he, but Irving was looking for one forty three…………Irving….the one hundred and forty second fastest gun in the West”
commented 2018-10-20 02:33:09 -0400
It would not be so bad if a trans athlete were competing in something artistic such as figure skating or gymnastics. BUt something like a race is ridiculous.

I wonder if Menzies will pull off a stunt like trying to register for a woman’s league.
commented 2018-10-19 22:51:05 -0400
You may call yourself whatever you like, but;
“…What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet…”
and that which is called a turd by any other name
Doth smell as foul!
commented 2018-10-19 20:54:44 -0400
Gender dysphoria is a mental disorder & leftism is a mental disorder. It was only a matter of time before they came together.
commented 2018-10-19 18:53:22 -0400
In McKinnon’s perverse world, anything that will help stop people from reproduction is a good thing. The McKinnon’s of this sick world only have limited time to stop working class people from reproducing. They need people of limited education and skills for laborer’s and drones, hence the massive importation of Islam.
commented 2018-10-19 17:32:47 -0400
It’s time to stop all this “discrimination” and let males and females – and the gender-confused – all compete together. Let the women play in the NHL and let men challenge them in the LPGA. Follow this same “logic” in the Olympics. For example, instead of having dozens of running events, segregated by gender and distance, just have a single footrace and let the sprinters and the long-distance runners of both genders compete in that single event. (Choose the distance at random so that one year they run 50 meters and the next Olympics maybe 20 km.) Then we’ll find out who the best runner in the world really is. Not the best man in a 100m sprint or the best female in a 1km run but the fastest runner, period. That ought to please the SJWs although I doubt it will prove very pleasing to the athletes or the people that watch them do their thing.

It will be interesting to see the reaction the first time a woman hockey player takes a hard check from a male player and finds herself spitting out a few teeth. How will she be able to complain about unfairness?