The End of Women’s Sports? Transgender Wins Cycling World Championship

Despite what feminists would like you to believe, men and women aren’t equals in everything. Men are built more athletically and stronger than women. That includes biological males that compete in women’s sports. If they were equal, there would be no reason to have separate sports contests.

Now, women are facing the unfair advantage of transgender women. The most recent example is the World Championship of cycling. Dr. Rachel McKinnon from right here in Charleston, SC has won the world’s championship, which she is proud of. Just as I’m proud of winning the 100 foot dash, when my opponent tripped over his walker.

From The Blaze

Transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon — a biological male — placed first in a female cycling world championship competition Saturday.

McKinnon won the sprint final at the 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles, besting Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen of the Netherlands and Jennifer Wagner of the United States. (The race results page shows the age bracket as 35-44, but the previous menu displays 35-39 as the age range.)

An assistant philosophy professor at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, McKinnon (center, wearing gold medal) announced the victory on Twitter

In contrast, Rachel McKinnon argues that whether transgender women have an unfair advantage is irrelevant because the important thing is to ensure that transgender people are not oppressed.

“When it comes to extending rights to a minority population, why would we ask the majority? I bet a lot of white people were p*ssed off when we desegregated sports racially and allowed black people. But they had to deal with it.”

That example is comparing apples to oranges. That was men versus men. But let her be proud of helping to destroy women’s sports.

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