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Trans Woman Cyclist Wins Women’s Race to Prove Biological Men are ‘Physically Superior’

Trans Woman Cyclist Wins Women’s Race to Prove Biological Men are ‘Physically Superior’

Women athletes need more people like Caitlyn Jenner and Na Hwa-rin.

Na Hwa-rin was born a biological male in South Korea. She knew at 7 she was a female inside.

Na transitioned in 2022. South Korea recognizes her as a female.

Na has cycled for a long time. She wanted to keep racing, even after she transitioned.

But Na chose to race in a woman’s race to prove that, even after transitioning, biological males are physically superior to females.

It’s important to note that the Na did not win a professional race. Therefore, she did not “damage female athletes’ careers by winning.”

Na knew a victory would start conversations on both sides of the issue. The LGBT community cheered her victory at the Gangwon Sports Festival in eastern Gangwon Province. Others questioned the fairness of her win against biological females.

From The Korea Times:

Prior to her transition, Na had already made her mark as a competitive cyclist, earning several medals in men’s races at provincial sports festivals, even while undergoing hormone therapy. Although she found the success rewarding, her true ambition extended beyond simply winning.

“I have no unresolved feelings over winning because that’s no longer what I want. My goal was to stir controversy and get my story heard by competing,” she said.

When she crossed the finish line in the women’s race, she was “more relieved than triumphant,” because she felt she finally made her point about male physical superiority and gender inclusion in sports. At the same time, Na felt sorry for the female cyclists who competed against her and offered them energy drinks as a kind of apology during the race.

“I am not honored. I am not proud of myself at all. I believe other transgender athletes would feel the same way. They may not want to admit it, but they’re being selfish. There is no honor as an athlete in that,” she said, referring to international transgender athletes who have sparked heated debate about the fairness of their competing against biological women after transitioning.

Na chose not to take up her qualification for the National Sports Festival: “I don’t want to make an issue to the point where I harm other people.”

Na wants a “third gender” category:

“It could be like how we have many weight divisions in some sports … Under the current binary system, women athletes will be discouraged and their hard work might not be recognized due to the participation of transgender athletes. At the same time, trans woman athletes, no matter how hard they worked, will never be truly honored for their wins. Honor is the goal that all athletes aspire to attain, but this is a situation where nobody will be honored. I think that shouldn’t happen,” Na said, emphasizing the need for a system where everyone can feel a sense of achievement.

Caitlyn Jenner gets it. Na Hwa-rin gets it. While I applaud biological females in sports for speaking up we need people like Caitlyn and Na.

It is unfair. I’m glad Na chose a race that wouldn’t impact anyone’s careers or qualifications for other races.


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Great article, Ms. Chastain!!

goddessoftheclassroom | July 14, 2023 at 9:12 am

Just change the competition categories to Men and Trans-women and Women and trans-men. Inclusivity and fairness!

    The categories should be “at least one Y chromosome” and “no Y chromosome”, with testosterone supplements banned in all categories.

    Why is it we hear about transwomen beating women all the time, but never hear about transmen beating men? Why are no women competing in men’s sports?

    Where are all the Drag King story hours where women dress up as men? Why does all this stuff only work one way?

      CommoChief in reply to Paula. | July 14, 2023 at 12:53 pm

      IMO, drag is more of a sexual fetish/kink than a ‘gender identity’ aka ‘trans’. In many ways this makes it more dangerous b/c the drag folks derive a dopamine high off their performance at best and/or a sort of sexual gratification/arousal at worst. Normalizing these performances in public view and especially in front of children is far more dangerous to society than some tranny winning (unfairly) v women. Putting the performances in the same category as strip clubs due to the unavoidable sexual connotation may be the answer. The grownup world is a hard and wicked place, we should protect our children’s innocence as long as prudently possible.

        Peabody in reply to CommoChief. | July 14, 2023 at 1:17 pm

        Some things have no silver lining.

          CommoChief in reply to Peabody. | July 14, 2023 at 8:55 pm

          True. Though, it may be the case that all the effort to normalize this weird woke fetish by jamming it down the Normies throat has gotten enough people riled up. Similar to the Parents pushing back v school boards and throwing the bums out in some places. IMO, Normies have had about enough of this crap, are PO they have to care about it, are silently seething with many preparing to vote single issue against this crap. So maybe a silver lining in the distance?

    trans-men take testosterone so it would not be fair for them to compete with women that do not take it.

    I have been saying something similar: male,female and self determined. Let people support which ever group.

    CapeBuffalo in reply to goddessoftheclassroom. | July 14, 2023 at 5:00 pm

    I”Caitlyn Jenner gets it. Nha Wa-rin gets it. Wile I applaud biological females for speaking up, we need people like Caitlyn and Na”
    Do we really need these two deluded males to publicly comment on the farce that has been foisted on the normals of the world. Caitlin Jenner did not disavow “Woman of the year” and “Courage “ awards, Na presented as a man until just last year ,now wants to make public pronouncements.
    These two have the right as adults to alter their bodies as they wish but we have no reason nor obligation to give them the time of day as to their expertise on sports or gender.

      henrybowman in reply to CapeBuffalo. | July 14, 2023 at 9:07 pm

      Yes, we really do need them.
      There is power in having people who benefit from unfairness point out that they do not deserve this benefit. They shame those who advocate these unfair benefits, and they cannot easily be ad-hominemed into cancellation.

      It’s not much different than one of my favorite organizations, Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership. No leftist dares tell a Jew “no one is coming for your guns” or “why do you think you need to arm yourself against government?”

Nothing prevents him from competing in men’s races. Everybody gets a time and place number. They probably let women in already.

Surely the first man-to-woman trans has entered a women’s chess match by now to prove that men are mentally superior.

Try using ‘man with delusion’ or ‘mentally ill man’ instead of “” transwoman in your titles. Once we lose truth in language, we are lost.

Lucifer Morningstar | July 14, 2023 at 10:51 am

She He knew at 7 she he was a female inside.

Fixed that for you.

Isn’t it a great honor for transwomen – biological males – to win in competition against biological women athletes?

“There is no honor as an athlete in that.”

Well, duh.

Why are you using the false female pronouns for a male?

    DSHornet in reply to Othniel. | July 15, 2023 at 9:59 am

    Why not use quotes around the pronouns? “She” and “her” will tell us all we need to know.

I don’t see a need for a “third gender” category. We created separate athletic divisions for women because they needed a sheltered space to compete without the overwhelming advantages of male physiology. Allowing biological males or women on testosterone to compete with them would defeat the purpose of that shelter. Do trans people require a similarly sheltered space? Since the label currently includes both males and females, with or without cross-sex hormones, with or without surgery, it’s hard to imagine how a single new category could do the job effectively. But if you subdivide what are already exceptional individuals into a half-dozen subcategories, they end up like the Norwegian Lundehund who wins Best of Breed at every dog show, because they’re the only there.

Better, I think, to rename the “Men’s” division to “open” and let people of any sex compete in it.

    Dathurtz in reply to Flatworm. | July 14, 2023 at 6:19 pm

    What? How dare you exclude transwomen from the women’s category!?! They are real women and deserve to compete in the women’s category you Nazi bigot!

Speaking of sexual abuse, Oprah just loves rapists, doesn’t she?

Faith Healer Touted by Oprah Sentenced to Additional 99 Years for Multiple Rapes:

Whatever else you think about him, he certainly went to ridiculous lengths to prove a point.

    henrybowman in reply to txvet2. | July 14, 2023 at 9:10 pm

    Nothing is more embarrassing to them than the microphone they have to give you when you stand in the winner’s circle.

Trans is a synthetic concept.

My screen name comes from a 1973 AMC Hornet I owned decades ago but nobody would think I traded my feet for wheels. I could even change my legal name to Hornet and go running down the freeway but it wouldn’t make me a car. I wouldn’t belong there – as the authorities would say after they found my remains.