It's biological males pretending to be "females" who are actually stealing much of the athletic glory in women's sports these days, including in Connecticut recently where a high school boy claiming to be a "girl" broke two State Open records, one in the 100 meter dash and the other in the 200 meter dash.
Terry Miller was born with a penis, but he now claims to be a girl and self-identifies as a "transgender." This gave him politically correct access to the girls' track team, of course, where "she" now races alongside actual females who, because of their natural biology, aren't as muscular or athletically adept as "she" is.
It's all very confusing, especially when trying to use the "correct" pronouns to describe this mutant individual in an article such as this. But suffice it to say that boys can now simply claim to be girls and essentially "win" at anything they want.
Biological females pretending to be "males" are similarly cheating at high school sports. We saw this with Mack Beggs, a self-identified transgender wrestler from Texas who recently beat out all of her female opponents with the help of artificial testosterone and other "transition" therapies that made "her" bigger and stronger than the other normal girls.
It's a growing problem that many female athletes even at the high school level are getting really irritated with as they find themselves increasingly unable to compete. Many of them are being passed up for scholarships that they would otherwise receive were it not for gender dysphoric teammates one-upping them.
With this most recent case of transgender sports theft in Connecticut it wasn't just one transgender who stole the prize. "Her" runner-up was actually another transgender male pretending to be a female, named Andraya Yearwood.
"Two male-bodied trans gender runners came first and second," commented one individual on Twitter about the ridiculousness of the situation. "What do you say to the girls who train so hard but can never win? Yet can't even say: this is not fair."
When asked to comment about the fact that two biological boys essentially stole first and second place at this track event that was intended for girls, Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) executive director Karissa Niehoff basically stated that it's a necessary part of promoting "equality."
"We do feel for them," Niehoff commented about female athletes who are losing out to biological males pretending to be girls. "Fully agree it doesn't feel good. The optic isn't good. But we really do have to look at the bigger issues that speak to civil rights and the fact this is high school sports."
The team's coach had similarly politically correct things to say, noting that while it isn't "fair to the girls" to have transgender boys stealing their thunder, it's important to allow it in order to "level the playing field."
A fellow teammate who came in sixth place in the 100 meter dash, however, studied up on the rules involving Title IX and how they affect competitive sports, and she concluded that allowing transgenders to compete like this isn't valid or acceptable.
"Of course, it should be that way for math and science and chorus," stated Selina Soule. "Sports are set up for fairness. Biologically male and female are different. The great majority is being sacrificed for the minority."
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