The day all biological women were erased from sports



Unless steps are taken to prevent it, it will not be all that before there are no biological women in sports competitions in high schools, colleges or in professional sports. Trans women (primarily transvestites) are dominating sports and the trend shows no signs of slowing down. Why? Because they win, and that’s all that matters.

Massachusetts high school was thrust into the spotlight late last month as it won a state championship in girls indoor track and field with the help of a transgender student-athlete. Chloe Barnes picked up five of Brookline High School’s 63 points in the Girls 55m Hurdles in late February with a time of 8.72. Barnes finished fourth in the race and behind one of her teammates. Barnes, however, failed to make it to the Meet of Champions final later in the state tournament.

Brookline won the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletics Association Division 1 Indoor Track and Field Championships over Newton North, Wachusett and Central Catholic. Newton North scored five points in the championship meets.

Over last decade XY persons have taken command of women’s sports:

  • In February 2019, two trans athletes (who were born male and identify as female) took first and second place at the Connecticut state high school track championship.
  • In 2018, before the USAPL changed their rules, JayCee Cooper, a trans powerlifter, set records in women’s bench press after only having powerlifted for a year.
  • In 2018, trans cyclist, Rachel McKinnon, took first among the women at the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championship.
  • In 2017, transgender weightlifter, Laurel Hubbard, set master’s world records and won the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
  • In 2014, transgender pro MMA fighter Fallon Fox beat Tamikka Brents, giving her a concussion and broken orbital bone.

And it only has gotten worse


Transgender woman finishes in first place at New York City cycling event, sparks outrage

A transgender female appeared to finish in first place at a New York City cycling event on Sunday. A social media post from NYC Cycling News showed Tiffany Thomas standing in between two biological females as the first-place winner of Randall’s Island Criteriums on Sunday. Thomas is a transgender woman who rides for LA Sweat.

“Tiffany is a scientist by day, athlete by night,” Thomas’ bio states. “Her favorite organ are the blood cells. You will never see anyone with a bigger smile than when she sees a beautiful electron microscopy picture of a red cell. She has never met a barbell, a bike, or a dog that she doesn’t like. She is so incredibly excited to race and represent the LA Sweat team this year!!!”

Cyclocross competitor Hannah Arensman ended her career because the handwriting was on the wall



After a mediocre three years on the men’s swimming team at Penn, William “Lia” Thomas won an NCAA Div 1 women’s title in the 500 free. “Lia” still has a penis and is attracted to women and apparently enjoys shaking it in women’s showers. In one race Riley Gaines actually tied Thomas in the 200 free. Her reward?

Gaines actually tied with Thomas in a 200 freestyle race. However, there was only one trophy. The NCAA official informed Gaines the trophy is going to be given to Thomas simply because they want Thomas to be holding the trophy in all the photos.


The German football association (DFB) has made a first step by introducing a policy this season across the amateur and youth game that allows transgender and non-binary players to choose if they play in men’s or women’s teams – a move it says puts inclusion at the heart of the sport without jeopardising player safety or fairness.

DFB diversity ambassador Thomas Hitzlsperger said the organisation was “leading the way” on inclusion and that other footballing nations, including England, Scotland and Wales, have been in contact to find out more.


In a protest of the asininity of self-declared gender for competitions, Avi Silverberg declared himself a woman for a women’s weightlifting competition.

The move was apparently designed to protest rules outlined by the Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU) which allows anybody who self-identifies as a woman to compete in the female category

This is the moment a male coach claims to be a woman and smashes the female bench press record at a powerlifting competition in Canada. Bearded Avi Silverberg is shown calmly approaching the bench in men’s clothing as part of a protest against gender self-identification policies in sport. Silverberg then unofficially breaks the female bench press record for the 84+ kilograms women’s category, which was a 270lbs press – officially set by a trans lifter.

The move, which took place Saturday at the Heroes Classic tournament in Lethbridge, Alberta, was apparently designed to protest rules outlined by the Canadian Powerlifting Union.

And even Golf

A trans-identified male has taken home the championship at the Australian Women’s Classic golf tour which took place at the Bonvile Golf Resort in New South Wales this weekend. Breanna Gill, a trans-identified male, made off with a women’s professional golfing trophy and a large cash prize. While WPGA Tour of Australia stated that it was Gill’s first professional win, he has dominated competitions in the past. In 2019, Gill was named the New Zealand Professional Women Golfers Trust Pro-Am champion.

The year prior, in 2018, Gill was named the “first woman” to win an official women’s professional golf tournament held in the South Pacific Islands after taking home the Pro-Am title at the New Caledonia Deva Golf Resort. On Twitter, WPGA Tour of Australasia posted multiple photos of Gill holding the prize, and even changed their Twitter account header to a picture of Gill,but were met with overwhelming backlash as users piled into their replies to denounce them for allowing a male to participate in the women’s tournament.



This is one sport I think is ripe to be crushed by trans women. A Vermont high school team opted not to play a team with a boy on the girls’ team.

Mid Vermont Christian School declined to play Long Trail in a Feb. 21 Division IV playoff basketball game because the school believed that playing a team with a biological male “jeopardizes the fairness of the game and the safety of our players,” officials told Valley News.

They didn’t just forfeit, they were banned from competition entirely.

On Monday, the Vermont Principals’ Association, which governs high school athletics in the state, announced in a statement that it had ruled that the private religious school had violated its policies on “commitment to racial, gender-fair, and disability awareness” and on “gender identity.” The officials made an “immediate determination” that the White River Junction K-12 school and its 94 students would be ineligible for state-sanctioned activities and tournaments going forward, the release said.

There is already a trans woman in women’s pro hoops.

The above all make a mockery of women. Too many are very comfortable with that

This idiocy will erase women and what it means to be a woman.

ESPN honored Women’s History Month by celebrating a man.

National Propaganda Radio (NPR) scoffed at the notion that trans women have a physical advantage over biological women.

NPR is making a small ask of its readers: That they disregard both their sense of sight and common sense. On Friday, NPR’s official Twitter account decried the World Athletics Council’s decision to prohibit male-to-female transgender athletes from competing in women’s track and field events, asserting that it was reached despite a dearth of evidence to support it.

“The international governing body for track and field will ban trans women athletes from elite women’s competitions, citing a priority for fairness over inclusion despite limited scientific evidence of physical advantage,” read the now deleted tweet, which linked to a story tying the decision to “dozens of more new and proposed laws that further curb transgender rights” in the United States.

(It’s not the first time they’ve engaged in this stupidity)


That tweet was soon deleted. That assertion was more unintelligent than most understand.

This is Allyson Felix. She has more gold metals than Usain Bolt.

The fastest female sprinter in the world is American runner Allyson Felix. She earned more gold medals than Usain Bolt. Her lifetime best could be beaten by 300 high school boys in the U.S. alone.

Were it left to Biden, she would have no gold metals. None. But the truth is, there is a big difference between boys and girls.

If you know sport, you know this beyond a reasonable doubt: there is an average 10-12% performance gap between elite males and elite females.  The gap is smaller between elite females and non-elite males, but it’s still insurmountable and that’s ultimately what matters.  Translating these statistics into real world results, we see, for example, that:

Just in the single year 2017, Olympic, World, and U.S. Champion Tori Bowie’s 100 meters lifetime best of 10.78 was beaten 15,000 times by men and boys.  (Yes, that’s the right number of zeros.)The same is true of Olympic, World, and U.S.  Champion Allyson Felix’s 400 meters lifetime best of 49.26.  Just in the single year 2017, men and boys around the world outperformed her more than 15,000 times.

This differential isn’t the result of boys and men having a male identity, more resources, better training, or superior discipline. It’s because they have an androgenized body.

Putting boys into girls’ sports isn’t just wrong. It’s patently unfair. Unjust.

There is a glimmer of hope out there.

Athletes who have experienced “male puberty” will no longer be eligible to compete in women’s track and field events.

World Athletics (WA) is banning transgender athletes from competing in women’s track and field events if they have been through “male puberty.”

The new rules will take effect from March 31 and apply to male-to-female athletes. A statement from the governing body Thursday said “the council decided to prioritize fairness and the integrity of the female competition before inclusion.”

World Athletics President, Lord Sebastian Coe told a press conference in Monaco that “the issue is thorny” and “we’re not saying no forever.” “Decisions are always difficult when they involve conflicting needs and rights between different groups, but we continue to take the view that we must maintain fairness for female athletes above all other considerations,” Coe continued in an official published statement.

The WA president added that the “integrity of the female category in athletics is paramount” and that the governing body “will be guided in this by the science around physical performance and male advantage which will inevitably develop over the coming years.”


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I guess it was wrong from the beginning to separate men and women’s sports.

No matter how much surgery, how much chemicals are pumped into the body, a boy will never be a girl and a girl will never be a boy. It is a no-brainer that a deranged and re-arranged boy should not be allowed to compete against girls in anything but co-ed sports.

Why is it the leftist mission to destroy everything that is good, pleasant and enjoyable and turn it into contention?

Cheating in sports is par for the course among godless commies and socialists.
The red Chinese get caught using underage girls in Olympic gymnastics over and over.
The Russians still are not allowed to participate AS RUSSIANS, they have some weird loophole thru which they can compete.
The Soviets used to pull children with the right potential for each sport into special schools where they were medicated, fed and exercised into tip top condition, even if sex change operations and hormones were required.
Here, we’re led by godless people who revel in destroying the family as well as femaleness.
So, men are allowed to compete for the scant dollars in “women’s sports.”
Will Wheaties put a tranny on the cover soon?