Transgender women competing in Women’s sports?

My problem is with some trans people’s blatant denial of biology.

When it comes to sports, there are reasons why sports are sexually-segregated between men and women. Men have a GENETIC/BIOLOGICAL advantage over women: muscle mass, bone structure, upper body strength, height… must I go on? There are advantages of going through male puberty. It’s like LeBron James playing in the WNBA. (That May be a little bit of hyperbole, but you get what I’m saying)

Those advantages don’t change; although you’ve transitioned to your correct gender. Let’s say in a very overexaggerated hypological example that every transgender woman in the US plays a sport. Trans women in women’s sports will end women’s sports as we know it!

Transgender Women are not women. They are Transgender women. Don’t get me wrong, I will still refer to a trans woman as she and her, and I believe that they are women everywhere but a few areas. The problem is, when you’ve grown up in a man’s body, you’ll always have physical, biological differences.

I am going on this rant because of Dr. Rachel McKinnon. She recently broke the women’s world record for cycling, and she is a trans woman. For cycling, there are a lot of advantages men have over women, smaller pelvises, etc.

She came under a lot of controversy, and her way of discussing this controversy is to call everyone that doesn’t agree with trans women in women’s sport as a transphobe. She says that there is NO biological difference between a trans woman and a natural woman. She says that there are no biological differences between cis women and cis men. The talk is fucking absurd!!

This woman has lost it, and honestly, I think the rhetoric from trans lobbyists has gotten her to believe these falsities. She wants to believe this because if she doesn’t, her accomplishments are invalidated.

Girl, even if you just raced and won, it wouldn’t be controversial… but you broke the world record!!! There is a difference. Your breaking of the world record further proves that trans women have advantages over naturally born women.

Soon, women that were assigned male at birth will hold all the records, while women are left in the dust. It really isn’t fair. That is why the Olympics has gender tests for their female athletes.

Ok, sometimes I think it’s pretty invasive.

Let’s look at the case of Caster Semenya, South African sprinter. She is not a trans woman, she’s actually intersex, (I don’t want to be insensitive since I don’t know a lot about intersex disorders, I watched a few you run videos and watched an Oprah show about it. Lol, Oprah is woke!) meaning her gender is ambiguous either physically, hormonally and/or a mix of 2 X and 1 Y.

From what I do know, some intersex people produce biologically “typical man” levels of testosterone. This is probably what is going on in Caster’s case, but I can’t say for sure.

What I do know is that she underwent a gender test, and her results showed that she was intersex and had high testosterone.

I guess she was told to lower her testosterone, and she wasn’t very fast and lagged behind.

In her case, I can say that I am not angry that she is beating everyone. She is a special human being (not saying that Tran women are not or anything), but she didn’t transition from one complete gender to the other. She is in the middle and has always been raised as or thought of herself as female.

This is a natural hormonal or whatever issue. I really don’t know what makes her intersex so I can’t say, but the fact that they made her lower her naturally produced hormone level, that is wrong.

That is the reason she is super human fast, and you’re taking her natural gift away. She didn’t choose this, and there’s an iconic picture of her trying to talk to the other women in the race after and it was very sad to see.

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Anyway, transwomen have an unfair advantage and should not be allowed to compete in women’s sports. Sorry, but if you want to continue to deny that their are biological differences between the sexes, I cannot take you seriously.

More to come..


There’s a huge difference between Actual African Americans, and blacks.

My parents are African. They immigrated here (legally) when they were in their early 20’s. I was born in the US, in the Bronx.

The fact that I can trace my roots and my culture makes me different from American black people. I also think that American black people see me as different once they find out my nationality.

American blacks like to separate themselves from Africans. They don’t see themselves as African, and most don’t even care to trace their roots.

I hate to say that as time has past, I kind of differentiate myself from American blacks. Though our experience is more the same than it is different, they don’t want to call themselves African, and I will be African until I fucking die.

I am not better, nor are they better. We really are the same. The divide is something no one ever speaks about.

I wish I knew how to bridge that gap, but the more and more older Africans (Gambians, in my case) call American blacks “neggares”, the more divided we will be when we should be lifting each other up.

It’s come to a point where black people don’t even want to be called African American anymore. It’s sad.

I am African American.

More to come.