Sometimes the left hand doesn’t know what the extreme left hand is doing.
Any serious sports fan knows that women’s sport is being massively pushed at the moment. Take women’s cricket, for example. A couple of years ago cricket sites like Cricinfo suddenly started giving a lot of prominence to women’s matches, reporting them like they were big deals, and almost as important as the men’s matches. This is despite the fact that there is very little interest in women’s cricket, and the level of performance in women’s cricket is pretty low. It’s not like women’s tennis or golf or hockey. It was obvious that this was being pushed from above by feminists. And perhaps also by execs hoping to get more women interested in the sport. But mainly by feminists in positions of power.
But at the same time as women’s sport was being given this massive push-up from the left it was also being destroyed by the left. Letting men dressed as women compete against women not only makes no sense, it’s dramatically undermining women’s sport and its viability. The whole point of sports having separate women’s sections is because women are biologically, on average, less strong and fast than men, so we give them their own comps where they can compete against other people who are biologically in the same position as them, so things aren’t too mismatched.
It’s the same reason why we section children’s sports off into age groups. A 15-year-old can’t compete in the Under 11s just because he declares that identifies as ten-year-old. There are biological reasons why we have these segregation, it isn’t about whether you like to wear dresses and fantasise about having breasts. Otherwise we just have everyone in open competition.
There’s a lot of money in women’s sports like tennis and golf, money that is there for the taking for any man who decides that he doesn’t fancy being the number 736 man in the world, but he does fancy being the no. 1 woman in the world, especially if he’s also going to get applauded by the establishment at the same time for being ‘so brave’, and laws are passed to stop anyone criticising him.
Recently South Park did this satirical piss-take of this situation in one of their episodes:
You might have thought that that made a good point without being that realistic. You might have thought that it exaggerated for comic effect. Think again:
100kg heavy & 188cm tall transgender woman Hannah Mounceyhas been allowed to compete for Australia in handball.
The poor Iranian women don't stand a chance😧 pic.twitter.com/EwIjw3L350
— BasedPoland (@BasedPoland) November 23, 2019