A man taking female hormones won a weight-lifting competition in Australia. The New Zealander transitioned in his thirties. He was a man throughout his highest testosterone production then decided to be a woman.
Laurel Hubbard, 39, won the women’s over 90kg division at the Australian International competition in Melbourne on Sunday, but the win has caused a stir with some believing she had an unfair advantage.
Her combined total of 268kg was nearly 20kg better than Samoan runner-up Iuniarra Sipaia, with another 20kg back to the next lifter in the field.
He would never have even had a chance competing against men. He’s not even average. But as a woman, he’s stronger. That makes sense because men have broader shoulders and more natural upper body strength.
The women he competes against are pretty butch, but even still, they’re no match for a man dressed as a woman.
Women are going to regret their silence in the face of men competing as women. It undoes every effort at equality on the field of athletics to allow a man to compete with them.
“The IOC acknowledges athletes as male or female, with no categorisation as transgender.” Women’s sports will mean nothing in another four years.
Live by social justice, die by social justice, ladies.
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