So a man keeps ‘smashing’ women’s records. Wow! what a guy.

By on Oct 25, 2019

The sickness and the inability for anyone in this country in a position of authority to say, “HOW FRIGGIN STUPID IS THIS” is almost as bad as the sickness of these men who enter women’s sports and get off on winning them. Where are the freaking adults? How does anyone think this is going to turn out well? There is a sickness pervading the white culture of American and for a much longer time Europe that cannot be logically or rationally explained.

This is but a small example. What records is this MAN smashing? How can society blindly accept that a woman who is not woman is smashing women’s records? Society is as sick as or sicker than this obviously intelligent MAN who has convinced himself he is woman. You are a man who believes you are a girl? Nah, you don’t need help, you need to go out and prove what a woman you are by winning races over real woman. The killer is HIS justification, “preventing trans women from competing is denying their human rights.” Their human rights? Huh? Preventing men from competing with woman is denying their human rights? I would say that sentiment barely qualifies you as human.

Get these people help.

Transgender Cyclist Rachel McKinnon Keeps Smashing Women’s Records

Her Thighness/YouTube

Transgender Cyclist Rachel McKinnon continues to smash women’s cycling records, the latest being a “world record” in the women’s 200m sprint.

McKinnon, 37, not only set the record in the 35-39 category but also won the 200m gold medal at the Masters Track Cycling World Championships on Sunday. Canadian McKinnon beat out American Dawn Orwick, and Denmark’s Kirsten Herup Sovang, who took silver and bronze behind McKinnon.

Dr. Rachel McKinnon, who was born a man, also won the 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles in 2018, among other events.

But not everyone was thrilled by the big win.

Jennifer Wagner-Assali, a competitor who lost to McKinnon in the past — but did not race last weekend — called McKinnon’s win “unfair,” the Times reported.

“It was an unfair race, and I accepted that when I pinned on the number, and I tried to do my best to overcome the unfairness,” Wagner-Assali said of McKinnon’s dominance over natural-born female racers.

“I do feel that hard-fought freedoms for women’s sport are being eroded. If we continue to let this happen, there will be men’s sports and co-ed sports, but there won’t be any women’s sports,” Wagner-Assali added.

Wagener-Assari also said that if men claiming to be women continue to dominate women’s sports, then many young girls won’t even bother to get into sports. “I see little girls competing . . . and I don’t want them to have to fight this issue,” she said

McKinnon, though, rebuffed the charge that she was dominating the women’s sport. “I haven’t won any Olympic medals. I haven’t won any elite world championships,” McKinnon said.

Before Sunday’s race, McKinnon defended the right of transgenders to compete alongside natural-born women saying that “preventing trans women from competing is denying their human rights.”