For decades, sports involved each gender playing against those of the same gender.
Now, with the trans gender movement gaining traction, boys are now allowed to compete against girls.
On Tuesday, a high school boy, who convinced himself that he’s a girl, dominated an all-female track and field competition.
“It feels really good,” Cromwell High School freshman Andraya Yearwood, 15, bragged afterward, according to local newspaper The Day. “I kind of expected it. I’ve always gotten first, so I expected it to some extent … I’m really proud of it.”
Conservative Tribune reports:
He “kind of expected it” because he knew that as a male, he naturally possesses more physical prowess and agility than the average female his age, including his chief competitor, Stonington High School student Kate Hall.
As noted by Breitbart, Hall “has spent several years typically coming in at the top in track competition” but was taken down this year because the opposing school chose to allow Yearwood to join its track team as a so-called transgender girl … with a mustache.
“Kate’s emotional,” her coach, Ben Bowne, told The Day after her devastating loss. “She works really hard. I’ve just been telling Kate all year, ‘Just run your best.’”
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How is this at all fair to female athletes who are already anatomically smaller than the average man? This isn’t to say that females aren’t capable, because they absolutely are, but a man shouldn’t be able to join the female bracket and compete again them.
As Dr. Neel Burton, M.D., wrote in a piece for Psychology Today five years ago, “Men are physically stronger than women, who have, on average, less total muscle mass, both in absolute terms and relative to total body mass.”
Men also possess
“greater cardiovascular reserve, with larger hearts, greater lung volume per body mass,” Burton added.