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Transgender Prof Claims Excluding Men from Women’s Sports is Like Excluding Black Women

Transgender Prof Claims Excluding Men from Women’s Sports is Like Excluding Black Women

“a biologically male women’s cycling champion”

This comparison seems awfully unfair to black women, but what do I know? I’m not a professor.

The College Fix reports:

Transgender professor: Excluding men from women’s sports is like excluding black women

Rachel McKinnon is a biologically male women’s cycling champion. The white philosopher’s next challenge is successfully playing the race card.

The College of Charleston professor, a prolific digital-mob leader, has been active in trying to marginalize women who believe that men who identify as women should not be allowed to participate in women’s sports.

One of the recent victims is the tennis great Martina Navratilova, an early public lesbian who was booted by an LGBTQ athletic organization for saying that men who “decide to be female” are “cheating” in women’s sports. Former British swimmer Sharron Davies is the next target of McKinnon for similar sentiments.

As noted by Red State‘s Sister Toldjah this week, McKinnon is claiming that women who want women’s sports to be limited to women are the functional equivalent of racists:

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Comments

Antifundamentalist | March 9, 2019 at 10:08 am

Silly me, but I thought that taking things like hormone supplements and steroids disqualified an athlete from competition? So…since hormones and/or hormone suppressors are required to support a transgender lifestyle….how is it that we have debate about this? They should be disqualified. Or Should not the rules be upheld uniformly for everyone?

    Silly me, but I thought that taking things like hormone supplements and steroids disqualified an athlete from competition?

    Only performance enhancers. Why would they object to drugs that decrease performance?

    Also, athletes who have drugs prescribed for a genuine medical condition can get a therapeutic use exception. So even if any of these drugs do enhance performance they’d still be allowed.

It isn’t a debate. It is a disturbed person posting something to the interwebz. The question to me is why College Fix even chose to report on it. It is like Grand Rounds at Hopkins discussing the freaks while the circus is in town. Odd, possibly interesting, but really of no relevance or importance in the grand scheme.

    Cassie in reply to MajorWood. | March 9, 2019 at 6:05 pm

    Are you confused?

    This McKinnon person, who is a biological MALE, just won a women’s world championship. This is very far from someone commenting on the ‘interwebz’.

    Women’s sports are being systematically destroyed because everyone is too busy being politically correct to stop the men in dresses who claim they are female from competing.

    These men are going to be competing in the women’s divisions in the 2020 Olympics. Will you have a problem with it then?

Surely you are not this unaware?

Men do not lose their male athletic advantages over female athletes by putting on a dress.

You get that right?

It’s quite obvious she’s not a science prof.
https://rachelmckinnon.com

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