Laurel Hubbard, a trans female weightlifter, will compete against biological females in the Olympics this summer in Tokyo in accordance with the 2015 IOC guidelines that promise inclusion of transgender athletes but, in reality, is nothing more than sanctioned cheating on the part of the Olympic Committee. Hubbard competed in men’s weightlifting prior to 2013 before transitioning. After transitioning, Hubbard racked up seven first-place finishes against biological women before suffering an elbow injury in 2018.
Is it fair? Not according to science, but these days adherence to science is not in vogue – just take a gander at government requirements for three-year-olds to wear masks. But I digress. According to a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, trans women (men transitioning to female) retained a significant advantage over biological women after two years of testosterone suppression still had a 10% advantage in push-ups, 15% in sit-ups, and ran 12% faster. The IOC only requires one year of hormone suppression, so the advantage trans females have over biological females is more pronounced. Trans female athletes are allowed to have ten times higher testosterone levels than natural women.
Whether it’s New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard or Rachel McKinnon winning gold in a UK cycling contest, or numerous other accounts of trans females exhibiting obvious advantages, one thing seems to be ironically true and trendy – political correctness in the name of inclusiveness is codifying a bizarre form of unwitting misogyny against biological females. The pro-transgender side pretends that creating a level playing field is as simple as requiring transgender women to undergo hormone therapy to block testosterone, but there are other inherent and unchangeable advantages trans female athletes have over female athletes. Testosterone management does not eliminate the male advantage of size, height, greater bone density, more lung capacity, larger circulating blood volume, larger heart to pump more oxygen to muscles, longer reach, more muscle fibers, and a skeletal design that allows males to pivot with superior speed.
What is happening at the Olympic level is a reflection of what is happening closer to home. State legislatures have begun pushing back to protect youth in as many as 14 states to date. Predictably this has been met with highly organized, well-funded leftist groups ginning up outrage, propagandizing information, and shaking down corporations to boycott states who pass laws related to this issue. The complicit media serves as their megaphone. But where are the mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and sisters voices in mass? Where are the fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and brothers for that matter too? There needs to be a groundswell of voices and advocacy push nationwide -now.
These young women need to have their voices amplified:
Sadly, it appears there is little advocacy for biological females, even from the National Organization for Women, the Feminist Majority Foundation, and most other women’s groups. These groups have decided that it’s ok for biological women to have opportunities stolen from them by biological males, whether it’s at the high school level, the college campus, or the Olympics. How many track and field records held by biological females must we see erased?
How many records in women’s weight lifting, cycling, and every other sport will be relegated to mediocre all in the name of political correctness? How many young women will lose scholarships or never achieve their dream of being in an Olympics? Check out this Right Wire Report article on the issue of fairness and transgenders in youth sports.
More importantly, what is this doing to young female’s self-esteem? How many ” Alanna’s” must suffer needlessly?
Do the right thing and raise your voice in support of biological females’ rights.
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Author: Liam Salvatore
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