Question: Is it fair for transgendered (men) to compete with women in sports?

Olympic gold medal winner Bruce Jenner was the first high profile transgendered celebrity. He won as a man, but if he was competing today, he’d no doubt want to do it as Caitlyn. How fair would that be?

Why can’t some people leave well enough alone?

Regardless of whether you believe that humans were created by God, evolved from primates, or were birthed by Mother Earth; we are born as males or females.

But that’s not good enough for some people. They prefer to be something that they’re not – the other gender.

Change your name, dress according to your preference, and be as feminine or masculine as you like, but that still doesn’t alter the fact that you are a male or a female. Even a sex change operation, plastic surgery, and hormone therapy won’t change the fact that you were born a male or a female and vestiges will remain no matter what doctors do.

Pretending that you are the “other” gender is exactly that – pretending.

LGBT activists want us to believe that it’s perfectly normal to want to be the other gender. I don’t believe that for a minute. I believe that LGBT activists want everything to be accepted as normal, which means, by extension, that nothing is normal.

If a guy wants to wear dresses, act feminine, and prefers to romantically pair up with their same sex, so be it. Just don’t try and convince me that it’s normal – it is NOT normal.

It’s not the way the human race has populated itself throughout millions of years. We are here today because our ancestors procreated in order to produce children.

It took a man and a woman a million years ago to create offspring and it still does today. Regardless of the original source of that design, God, Mother Nature, or evolution – that is what continues to populate the human race and THAT is natural and normal.

Anything that breaks with or modifies that procreation design must be, by definition, abnormal.

Where would the human race be today if half of our population was gay, lesbian, or transgender a thousand years ago?

It’s simple; an awful lot of us wouldn’t be here.

Influential LGBT activists have prevailed in a political sense in furthering their cause in the media and as an issue favored by liberals. All of this is to force us heterosexuals to accept this aberration as normal. And they’ve made strides in gaining acceptance.

Acceptance to the point that, in many areas of sports, transgendered people are now able to compete with their biological alternative as equals. Of course, this has the most impact when females-born-male begin to compete with true females.

Biological males are joining women’s teams, smashing records and dominating in sports such as weightlifting, softball, cycling, track, wrestling, football, volleyball, dodgeball, handball, cricket, golf, basketball and mixed martial arts.

The movement for “equality” has apparently inspired transgender athletes to join teams of their preferred gender. And that often means biological males are competing against biological females on women’s teams. But in the world of sports, critics argue, equality between the sexes simply doesn’t exist. Physiologically speaking, there’s a gender gap between men and women that cannot be erased.

Allowing biological males to compete against women is unfair and dangerous to women.

The insanity of this affects not just the transgendered individual and the women athletes thus victimized, it also contributes to a sort of mass delusion infecting our whole society in which, thanks to the influence of the powerful LGBT movement, everybody now has to either affirm the absurd and crazy – that a man who is essentially a female impersonator can fairly compete against women – or they have to suffer abuse and persecution as bigots just for speaking the truth.

This situation, allowing grotesquely unfair matchups between female athletes and powerful men who identify as women is just one more unfortunate aspect of a revolutionary movement sweeping the nation.

If you’d like to read more about this issue, here’s a LINK to an article which also details fifteen (15) cases of biological men competing with women and winning in just about every sport imaginable.

This situation is wrong, just plain wrong, and shame on us for tolerating and accepting this transgender crap as normal. It is about as abnormal as a human can get.

Garnet92.



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6 replies

  1. I don’t accept “transgender” in any way shape or fashion. I also don’t accept “LGBT” words either. Isn’t lesbianism the same as being Gay?
    aren’t Bisexuals the same as everyone else except liking a little more?
    To me there is no such thing as a transgender until you have that operation you are a man or a women PERIOD.
    But then again we have whites calling themselves black or Indian ( sen warren)
    And we accept all this bullshit?
    It’s as ludicrous as the Obamacare I.E. we have have to change everything because out of a population of 300 million 15 million aren’t being taken care of. So screw you 285 million

    Why are we being forced when are we going to wake up.
    What does Europe do?

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    • I think that each of us will have to take a stand individually and when enough of us start raising hell about these aberrations the erosion will slow and stop. The LGBT community has gathered steam and had momentum and are trying to gain as much normalcy as they can while the wind is at their back. But many of us are fed up with the abnormal things being rammed down our throats and are fighting back. BTW, even if someone HAS an operation, that still doesn’t make them what they aren’t.

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  2. Once again the hypocritical liberals contradict themselves. With their penchant for equal results and handing out participation trophies, it’s amazing that they would approve of this kind of unfair competition. This is basically stacking the deck against the little guy they always claim to be protecting.

    The people in charge of these competitions are weaklings who don’t have the backbone to defend fair competition for fear of being called phobic, racist, or which ever slur applies. It doesn’t say much for our society when transgenders, who comprise approximately 3% of the population, have command of the other 97%.

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    • It probably won’t happen anytime in the near future, but I’d like to think that this transgender issue may tip the scales towards some semblance of sanity regarding the whole gender issue. I don’t care how many surgeries, hormones, psychological counseling, etc. someone has, there is nothing on earth that will change a man into a woman and vice versa.

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  3. Very well said, Garnet, and though I agree with you I must say there’s a certain poetic justice that liberal feminists who enthusiastically support transgender “rights” must now face a huge setback for females in sports. Say goodbye to the record books, girls.

    The selfishness of liberalism is always a marvel to behold. This whole dilemma of biologically born males competing in female sports and turning women’s competition into a silly farce could be so easily resolved by drawing a line in the sand and saying, “Sorry, you can’t compete here.” The inability to compete in one tiny aspect of life would seem such an inconsequential sacrifice in exchange for public acceptance of transgenders in so many other facets of life, and yet this is too much to ask, we are told. Liberals and their pet causes must always be accommodated in anything they wish to do because they derive so much satisfaction from watching us all bow to their demands. That is worth compromising the integrity of competition for all women in sports, don’t you think?

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    • Yep, I agree with your “poetic justice” comment. Women’s rights liberals have pushed so hard for women’s sports to gain equality with men’s in schools and colleges only now to have pretend women overshadowing real women – that is poetic justice. They ought to be raising holy hell about these transgendered pretenders intruding where they truly don’t belong.

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