“A new glass ceiling was just placed over girls.”
President Joe Biden’s transgender executive order pushes females a few steps back since it requires everyone to allow males who identify as females to participate in female sports.
On day 1, Biden unilaterally eviscerates women's sports. Any educational institution that receives federal funding must admit biologically-male athletes to women's teams, women's scholarships, etc.
A new glass ceiling was just placed over girls.https://t.co/cGWZqDpxl8
— Abigail Shrier (@AbigailShrier) January 21, 2021
Section 1. Policy. Every person should be treated with respect and dignity and should be able to live without fear, no matter who they are or whom they love. Children should be able to learn without worrying about whether they will be denied access to the restroom, the locker room, or school sports. Adults should be able to earn a living and pursue a vocation knowing that they will not be fired, demoted, or mistreated because of whom they go home to or because how they dress does not conform to sex-based stereotypes. People should be able to access healthcare and secure a roof over their heads without being subjected to sex discrimination. All persons should receive equal treatment under the law, no matter their gender identity or sexual orientation.
Once again Democrats display their ignorance when it comes to science.
I don’t care how you identify. You do you.
But how can you say you’re all for female’s rights when you’re going to allow biological males to dominate their sports?
Yes, males will dominate and take over the sports because biologically males are stronger (emphasis mine):
Jeremy Morris, then a doctoral student and now an assistant professor at Wofford College, designed an experiment with Carrier, doctoral student Jenna Link and associate professor James C. Martin to explore the sexual dimorphism, or physical differences between men and women, of punching strength. It’s already known that males’ upper bodies, on average, have 75% more muscle mass and 90% more strength than females’. But it’s not known why.
Wait! There’s more:
A study in the Journal of Applied Physiology found that men had an average of 26 lbs. (12 kilograms) more skeletal muscle mass than women. Women also exhibited about 40 percent less upper-body strength and 33 percent less lower-body strength, on average, the study found.
Researchers reporting in 1993 in the European Journal of Applied Physiology found that men’s brawn could also be attributed to a larger cross-section in individual muscle fibers.
And a 2006 study in the same journal revealed that men had much stronger grips than women — the difference was so big that 90 percent of the women scored lower than 95 percent of the men. The team also looked at highly trained female athletes who excelled at sports requiring a strong grip, such as judo or handball. Though these women did have a stronger grip compared with other women, they still performed worse than 75 percent of the men on this task.
In general, men are also faster than women. The fastest woman in the world, Florence Griffith Joyner, ran the 100-meter dash in just 10.49 seconds in 1988, and that record remains unbroken. Yet her fastest time wouldn’t have even qualified her for the men’s 2016 Olympic competition, which requires competitors to finish the 100-meter sprint in 10.16 seconds or less.
Females have an upper hand in physical tasks because we have more body fat. Why? Because it provides added cushion in case we get pregnant. It also helps with fertility. It’s also why men lose weight faster than females.
More body fat means we “may be better at burning fat as energy early on in exertion.” Since males “have more muscle mass and greater levels of circulating testosterone,” they tend to use more energy than females.
Therefore, the males’ muscles get fatigued faster than the females.
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