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    Definitely Not Fair

    ‘Not fair’: World cycling bronze medalist cries foul after transgender woman wins gold

    https://www.foxnews.com/sports/not-f...oman-wins-gold

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    Uggh. I have many thoughts on this that I'll just leave in my head.

    Basically, I agree with that it's just not fair. There is such a thing as physiology, and no, it's not transphobic or misogynistic to say that men and women are built differently. It's just biology. Look at that podium picture and tell me I'm wrong.

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    The day is coming where there will be no gender specific anything. No women's section in the department stores, no clothing tailored specifically for women, no gender specific sporting events, no gender specific locker rooms or restrooms...etc, etc, etc.


    Mark my words. It's coming. Hell in some parts of the world it's already here. Obama made a pretty strong attempt at homogenizing restrooms when he was in office. I'm confident it will come up again at some point.

    Welcome to the new "normal."
    hu·bris
    /(h)yo͞obrəs/

    noun

    1. A personality quality of extreme or foolish pride.
    2. Dangerous overconfidence, often combined with arrogance.



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    I've watched enough SI-FI shows about time travel to know the future dress code is basicly a spandex onesie with black boots.

    Climb-Utah.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe View Post
    I've watched enough SI-FI shows about time travel to know the future dress code is basicly a spandex onesie with black boots.

    Climb-Utah.com
    Yes, the logo badge is usually over the left breast but I think it's going to get stamped onto the crotch area of the outfit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe View Post
    I've watched enough SI-FI shows about time travel to know the future dress code is basicly a spandex onesie with black boots.

    Climb-Utah.com

    WRONG


    Gaze upon the future, Earthling.


    hu·bris
    /(h)yo͞obrəs/

    noun

    1. A personality quality of extreme or foolish pride.
    2. Dangerous overconfidence, often combined with arrogance.



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    Of all the things I wanted to see today. That's not one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devo_stevo View Post
    Of all the things I wanted to see today. That's not one of them.
    But it's so rare to get the camel toe, moose knuckle double!

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    Quote Originally Posted by uintafly View Post
    But it's so rare to get the camel toe, moose knuckle double!
    Thank goodness for that. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by devo_stevo View Post
    Of all the things I wanted to see today. That's not one of them.

    Well, perhaps this would be more to your liking?


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    Or maybe this?

    hu·bris
    /(h)yo͞obrəs/

    noun

    1. A personality quality of extreme or foolish pride.
    2. Dangerous overconfidence, often combined with arrogance.



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    That swimsuit is killing me. That's hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    Well, perhaps this would be more to your liking?


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    This is obviously an after work picture as the family has removed their black boots and left them by the front door.



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    I reckon we just have to throw them a bone every now and then.

    I almost lost it when I saw that Star Trek picture.
    Look a gift horse right square in the mouth now, wouldn't ya?

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    Queue the LGBTQAAIP1/$&@“€£¥#% []{}?! mob response to legislation to fight against XY persons competing in XX sports.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/42254...r-hank-berrien

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    It's cheating...

    https://www.sacbee.com/sports/colleg...226719779.html

    Andraya Yearwood hears the comments, usually from adults and usually not to her face.

    She shouldn't be running, they say, not against girls.

    Yearwood, a 17-year-old junior at Cromwell High School, is one of two transgender high school sprinters in Connecticut, transitioning to female.

    She recently finished second in the 55-meter dash at the state open indoor track championships. The winner, Terry Miller of Bloomfield High, is also transgender and set a girls state indoor record of 6.95 seconds. Yearwood finished in 7.01 seconds and the third-place competitor, who is not transgender, finished in 7.23 seconds.

    Miller and Yearwood also topped the 100-meter state outdoor championships last year, and Miller won the 300 indoors this season.

    Critics say their gender identity amounts to an unfair advantage, expressing a familiar argument in a complex debate for transgender athletes as they break barriers across sports around the world from high school to the pros.

    "I have learned a lot about myself and about other people through this transition. I always try to focus most on all of the positive encouragement that I have received from family, friends and supporters," Yearwood said. "I use the negativity to fuel myself to run faster."

    Connecticut is one of 17 states that allow transgender high school athletes to compete without restrictions, according to Transathlete.com, which tracks state policies in high school sports across the country. Seven states have restrictions that make it difficult for transgender athletes to compete while in school, like requiring athletes to compete under the gender on their birth certificate, or allowing them to participate only after going through sex-reassignment procedures or hormone therapies.

    The other states either have no policy or handle the issue on a case-by-case basis.

    Yearwood acknowledges she is stronger than many of her cisgender competitors, but says girls who are not transgender may have other advantages.

    "One high jumper could be taller and have longer legs than another, but the other could have perfect form, and then do better," she said. "One sprinter could have parents who spend so much money on personal training for their child, which in turn, would cause that child to run faster."

    Miller, who declined to be interviewed for this story, has said that if she felt a competitor had an unfair advantage, it would simply push her to try to improve.

    One of their competitors, Selina Soule, says the issue is about fairness on the track with wider implications. The Glastonbury High School junior finished eighth in the 55, missing out on qualifying for the New England regionals by two spots.

    Soule believes that had Miller and Yearwood not run, she would be on her way to race in Boston in front of more college coaches.

    "We all know the outcome of the race before it even starts; it's demoralizing," she said. "I fully support and am happy for these athletes for being true to themselves. They should have the right to express themselves in school, but athletics have always had extra rules to keep the competition fair."

    The Connecticut Association of Schools-Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, which governs high school sports in Connecticut, says its policy follows a state anti-discrimination law that says students must be treated in school by the gender with which they identify.

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    I've decided my gender identity is that of a male wanting to be a female who has transitioned to a male and needs to compete against females to feel safe. In my complicated self created identity I look and act like a male but compete against females and need unrestricted access to all female facilities including locker rooms and showers. My preferred pronoun is lord.


    But seriously how difficult is this.If you have a dingaling you compete against others with a dingaling. If you have a chacha you compete against others with a chacha.

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    ^^^I agree with you completely... When are you going to explain that to the rest of your team?

    Except in my humble opinion it's not the dingaling it's the balls... testosterone is a major game changer, just ask the 1980 East German women's Olympic team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uintafly View Post
    I've decided my gender identity is that of a male wanting to be a female who has transitioned to a male and needs to compete against females to feel safe. In my complicated self created identity I look and act like a male but compete against females and need unrestricted access to all female facilities including locker rooms and showers. My preferred pronoun is lord.


    But seriously how difficult is this.If you have a dingaling you compete against others with a dingaling. If you have a chacha you compete against others with a chacha.



    HERE's How Trump Can Crack the Left's Gender Idealogy: (On last day in office, declare himself 'Donna'.


    https://www.dailywire.com/news/44005...hael-j-knowles

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    :-(

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