October 29, 2019
“Assigned male at birth” always gets to me =))))))
How much more proof do women need that men are better at everything than they are?
June Eastwood, a biologically male athlete and runner at the University of Montana, was named cross-country female athlete of the week by the Big Sky Conference.
“June Eastwood finished second in a field of 204 runners at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational at Baylands Park in Sunnyvale, Calif.,” the conference said in an official statement.
Imagine how out of shape this guy is, that he couldn’t even get first place when competing against girls.
Literally Mob-tier physique.
And why the hell didn’t they name the girl who actually won athlete of the week?
Being the fastest girl isn’t a big deal, but actually beating a boy is.
Eastwood is allowed to compete as a female because of an NCAA policy that permits transgender women (biological males) to compete as women after they’ve taken testosterone suppressors for one year.
However, the reasoning behind that policy is coming under fresh scrutiny after researchers in Sweden determined that natural born male athletes still retained considerable advantages over female competitors, even after a full year of taking testosterone suppressors.
Yeah, you really needed some researchers – Swedes no less – to tell you that.
Because otherwise we’d totally not know.
Last week, transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon, also a biological male, broke the women’s 200m record for the 35-39 age group at the 2019 Masters Track Cycling World Championships.
McKinnon had also won the 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles.
The Equality Act, a bill which would allow transgender athletes to compete in women’s sports, passed the House of Representatives in May.
Really hoping it passes the senate.
As I’ve said before, this is a very very good thing for us, and it should be encouraged.
If you’re a woman and you don’t like it, well tough. This is happening because you started adopting every insane ideology the kikes threw at you, so you deserve it.
And if you’re a woman athlete and you just got second place to a “fellow woman” with a bulge between “her” legs, do the bare minimum and show us that it actually bothers you.
You can do that by using our newest secret anti-kike hand symbol:
It’s the least you can do.