“As the girl who often came in tenth, this really bothers me.”
As if we needed more proof that failed male athletes become transgender to compete in female sports to rise to the top.
Have you noticed that 99% of these trans athletes are male to female? I think Yale had a female-to-male swimmer.
And no one does anything about it.
The latest case takes place at Maine Coast Waldorf High School. Last year, sophomore Soren Stark-Chessa ranked 172nd among male runners in the 5k division in the state.
Stark-Chessa “transitioned.” Now, he is ranked 4th in the female division.
Outrage exploded when he competed against females at the Maine XC Festival of Champions.
Stark-Chessa placed 5th.
Last year as a male? Stark-Chessa finished 206th. He only finished one minute faster this year, from 19:04 to 18:11.
Cheater boy from Freeport, ME Soren Stark-Chessa displaces the 11th placed girl from a medal, as expected.
He finishes the girls race 5th.
— Shawn McBreairty 🇺🇸 (@ShawnMcBreairty) September 30, 2023
As the girl who often came in tenth, this really bothers me. https://t.co/pwqgJvksXK
— Nancy (@batterydogs) October 1, 2023
The Maine Principals’ Association allows transgender student-athletes to compete in the other sex’s sport due to its “Gender Equity and Inclusion Policy.”
The student-athletes must submit medical, legal, and school records.
The association and high school told Crisis in the Classroom that Stark-Chessa went through the process before the meet.
It’s not the first transgender track athlete controversy in Maine. Katherine Collins, a high school track mom from Winterport, spoke to Fox & Friends:
“It’s all a matter of unfairness. The men are bigger, stronger and faster than women,” Collins said.
She also criticized the Maine Principals Association for allowing the transgender runner to compete based on its “Gender Equity and Inclusion Policy.”
“Obviously, there is an unfair advantage, but they’ve allowed this. Last year, in outdoor track, in the Class-C state meet, two boys participated. One podiumed and was moved on to the New England track meet. So a girl was put aside and not allowed to medal and not allowed to participate in a higher level because of this boy,” Collins explained.
Collins explained that Stark-Chessa didn’t place 1st because one school has the top female track athletes in the country:
“The only reason that this boy did not win the meet on Saturday is because Greene has some of the strongest female athletes in the nation. The first two girls who finished the race on Saturday…the first-place winner ranks number 8th in the country and the second-place winner ranks number 15th in the country. If it wasn’t for these top-ranked girls who are faster than most girls in the whole United States, this boy would have won the entire girls’ cross-country meet,” Collins said.
It's always the same story.
Anyone who thinks trans-identifying males competing in women's sports is fair, please show me ONE example of a female ranking higher against the men at a competitive level than she did in the women's category. pic.twitter.com/duqdJ6yIbX
— Riley Gaines (@Riley_Gaines_) October 3, 2023
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