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The New Women’s Weightlifting Champion is a Man

As much as the left pretends to care about women’s rights, they certainly don’t seem very concerned about providing women with a fair playing field when it comes to athletic competitions.

In the brief amount of time that transgender athletes – men pretending to be women – have been allowed to compete in women’s sports, they have unsurprisingly dominated the competition. Now, the latest New Zealand women’s weightlifting champion is a burly man formerly known as Gavin Hubbard.

Defenders of Hubbard and trans athletes like him argue that his “former” gender plays no role in his current athletic abilities. They make these arguments at the same time that a stocky man with muscles and bone structure that no woman could ever hope to match (and a full set of armpit hair too, we might add) is robbing gold medals from women who have worked their entire lives to get where they are today.

The idea that there is no biological advantage for transgender “women” is yet another unscientific fantasy that the modern left has bought into. While supposedly fighting for trans rights, though, they are unfairly crushing the goals and dreams of real women in the process.

Here’s the Daily Wire’s Michael Knowles with more on the story.


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