by Miss CJ
Chicks on the Rick
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why.
According to this, members of a girls track team from a Connecticut high school are throwing their arms wide open for the newest member of their team, a freshman boy-who-is-now-a-girl, Andraya Yearwood –
Yearwood’s teammates have no problem with a boy on their team. One teammate called Yearwood brave for his decision to identify as a girl. Yearwood’s coach said his presence on the team was just like having any other girl except this one runs very fast.
“She has just been a member of the team running hard day in and day out,” Coach Brian Calhoun said to the Hartford Courant. “It has been like every other athlete. We have a girl on the team who runs pretty quickly. And I think the girls are pretty happy to have a girl on the team that runs pretty quickly. … It is going to be a positive thing for the whole team.”
(Boy, transgenders pick some bizarre new names to be known as. No pun intended.)
Oh, and check out how fast Andraya really is –
Andraya’s times in the 100 and the 200 are fast. A year ago, her 11.99 in the 100 would have won the Class M title and put her second at the State Open, .01 seconds behind the winning time. And Andraya ran Wednesday in cold conditions, and without starting blocks. She is expected to get faster.
A freshman athlete breaking records? Well, it’s easy when you’ve spent your life enjoying a bigger and stronger male body.
Well OF COURSE these girls would welcome a teammate with an unfair advantage over their opponents! Andraya is going to be faster and stronger than the girls the team is competing against. More wins, more points, more chances for championships. And it’s all in the name of social justice and political correctness, so nobody would dare criticize them for it. Screw the rules!
You can watch an interview with Andraya at this link here. Nobody point out his/her mustache shadow, though. That’d be transphobic. And you don’t want to be transphobic do you? DO YOU??
I do want to ask something though – How is it we never hear news of female-to-male transgender athletes on boys’ high school teams? Do they even want to compete with athletes of their preferred gender? (The transgenders going from boy-to-girl sure like doing it.) Or do they realize that, having been biological females all their lives, they have a distinct disadvantage when going up against guys who’ve been guys the whole time?
You sure don’t hear about transgender males winning championship trophies when competing against actual males. That’s for sure.
Nobody ever bothers to point that out. So I did. You’re welcome.
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