Trans athletes who are born male are now allowed to compete in women’s sports in “Liberal USA”
The new gender ideology pushed by “liberal America” redefined sex as no longer limited to anatomy or biologically. In short, there are more than two genders. In fact, Psychology Today describes limiting it to male and female—a myth.
Despite the pushback, a trans athlete could make it to the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. “Letting men compete as women simply if they change their name and take hormones is unfair,” says Martina Navratilova.
The move is fuelled by extreme political correctness and diversity that has shaken gender roles. As a result, the blurring of sexes is so crazy that a trans actor refers to a gay, transgender penis as a “biologically female penis.”
To date, there are at least 86 gender labels. Young children are exposed to cartoons with gay comic characters that surged in the last decade. Biological males are now free to compete in women’s sports.
Why gender fluidity has become an exciting trend for most people?
Although liberals are happy, conservatives worry about America’s declining moral values.
In 2022, Emily Bridges and Lilly Chant, born male, won 1st and 2nd place in the Thundercrit cycle race in the U.K. The third place was a biological woman, tweeted Women’s Right Network.
List of trans women in sports who made history
- 2022, Lia Thomas took first place in the NCAA Women’s Swimming Championship. She is the first known transgender athlete to win a Division I national championship in any sport. [ESPN]
- 2022, Ricci Tres, a biological male, won first place over 13 years old Shiloh Catori, a female, and four other children in a skateboard competition. [DailyMail]
- 2018, Canadian Rachel McKinnon won in UCI Masters world cycling track in Los Angeles. The “first transgender woman world champion…ever,” she said. [Cycling News]