Argentina: Man Pretending to be a Woman to Join First Division Female Football Team

Spartacus
Daily Stormer
February 18, 2020

He is still waiting for the football federation to decide whether he can join.

But we all know they will.

Argentina is a lot more cucked than most people would assume.

Huffington Post:

Dozens of trophies, balls and cups sit on two worn, wooden shelves in the small home in a Buenos Aires suburb of Mara Gómez, who is poised to become the first transgender woman to play professional soccer in Argentina.

Tall and athletic, Gómez looks at the mementos from her arduous journey in soccer and life, and smiles. “When I started I was so bad. I’d kick the ball at the goal and it would go anywhere.”

Gómez spent years playing in local women’s leagues in Buenos Aires province before being signed recently by Villa San Carlos in the first division. Now the 22-year-old forward is awaiting the Argentine Soccer Federation’s decision whether to authorize the signing in a soccer-mad country that has produced some of the world’s greatest stars, from Lionel Messi to Maradona.

I suspect you’re still not very good.

But you don’t have to be, since you’re playing against girls.

Besides soccer fame, Argentina has also become a regional leader in transgender rights. In 2012, it gave people the freedom to change their legal and physical gender without having to undergo judicial, psychiatric and medical procedures.

This was in 2012.

They’re way ahead of the curve, these Argentinians.

Reminder: The people who invented democracy didn’t give women the right to vote. In fact, they barely let them leave the house.

Within a few years, they’ll be giving the Swedecucks a run for their money.

The federation’s decision on Gómez could come in days, and in the run-up her cellphone pings constantly with messages from people reaching out to her. While many support her bid to play professional soccer, others contend it is unfair to the non-transgender women in the league.

“The rights of transgender athletes and the social demands to integrate them into competitions challenge and seriously threaten the rights of women in sports,” said Juan Manuel Herbella, a former soccer player who is a sports doctor. “Athletes who were born men, if they maintain their base conditions, start with an enormous advantage.”

There is no such thing as a “transgender,” BTW.

Even if you cut your dick off, you’re still a guy.

Amazing that this thing that I just said is actually controversial, isn’t it?

Juan Cruz Vitale, the Villa San Carlos coach, rejects the idea that Gómez would have an unfair advantage.

The coach said she caught his eye with her speed and her scoring in two straight tournaments. But, he said, “If we talk of strength, I have at least five or six girls who are stronger than her. On that side I don’t see that there is an advantage.”

Sure you don’t…

As happy as it makes me that trannies are teaching women what they should’ve known all along – which is that a man can do anything better – I still feel nauseous when I see these cucks pretending that the trannies are women, calling them “she” and all this other crap.

Of course, this guy’s probably thinking about the advantage that he’ll get for his team, since it’s in last place and having a guy play is probably the best way to make sure they’re not gonna drop down a division, but even so…

Amid the controversy, Gómez recalls how at age 10 she began to ask questions. “I realized that I wanted to be a woman because I liked men and I wanted them to see me in another way.”

She said at 13 she told her mother, Caroline, that she was going to lose her only son. She told her: “I want to be a woman and if you don’t accept it, I am going to leave home.”

Though her mother accepted her, Gómez said she was tormented by discrimination after assuming the gender she identifies with and was on the brink of taking her own life. Then, she found soccer. She started playing in a vacant lot in front of her house next to her neighbors.

“I used it as a therapy — me trying to accept myself,” she told The Associated Press in the house in the suburb of La Plata she shares with her mother and four younger sisters. “There was a mound of emotions that were making me psychologically unwell. I realized that when I play soccer this mound disappeared.”

“Kicking a ball around made me want to cut my balls off.” – A perfectly sane, normal woman in CURRENT YEAR

On her journey she says she has suffered discrimination and complaints about her participation.

One of her worst days came during a lightning tournament. “They put me on defense but I didn’t know how to play well. I put a goal in my own net. When the first half ended I found out the other team had complained that I shouldn’t play because I put them at a disadvantage. They considered my sexuality a disadvantage for them even though I was playing so poorly.”

That was probably disgust.

Gómez learned to live with the insults from fans and the complaints when at age 18, backed by the law, she got her new identity card.

“Now I had the identity that I saw myself as having. This gave me the confidence to be who I am,” said Gómez, who has a soccer ball tattooed on her leg and keeps her long hair tied back when she plays.

The requests for interviews she has been getting recently have forced her to alter her routine of soccer training and working shifts as a manicurist and hair-straightener, which she does to make a living while studying nursing.

This is an excellent argument for eating healthy and working out – if you don’t take care of yourself, you might end up on a hospital bed next to a freak like this.

Argentina’s soccer federation has no regulations about transgender athletes, so doubt remains about what it will say amid the debate over whether transgender women should play in professional women’s leagues.

“On the field, you can have speed and strength, but that doesn’t help you if you don’t know how to play football,” Gómez said. ”I always hold up the example of Messi … He measures 1.6 meters (5 foot, 7 inches) and is the best player in the world.”

Messi is actually 1.7 meters tall, and he plays forward, so being short isn’t much of a disadvantage at all.

Also – Messi doesn’t play against girls.

Some specialists have said that a higher level of testosterone in some transgender women gives them greater muscular power and an advantage in women’s leagues.

The soccer federation’s decision will take into considerations the rules set out by the International Olympic Committee for transgender athletes. In the case of male-to-female transgender athletes they will need to demonstrate that their testosterone level has been below a certain cutoff point for at least one year before their first competition.

Gómez said she dreams of playing with Boca Juniors, her favorite team, and on the Argentine national team. She says she also hopes she serves as an inspiration for other transgender people who in spite of recent advances still suffer violence and discrimination.

“We have to continue changing society so we are seen as people,” she said.

No, everybody sees you as human.

Just extremely disgusting and defective humans.

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