Tolerance: This is the Future of All Contact Sports

With transgender females (also known as biological men) continuing to dominate every single contact sport they’re allowed into, we can’t help but wonder if this is a meme or a legitimate headline from the very near future.

Most people with even the faintest sense of reason understand why contact sports like martial arts have separate male and female divisions. As successful as Rhonda Rousey was as a UFC fighter before her foray into the WWE, there’s very little question of what would happen if she stepped into the octagon with say, Connor McGregor or Anderson Silva. Suffice it to say that the feminists wouldn’t be terribly happy with the outcome…

But, you’re not seeing women transition into men to compete with them — you’re seeing the complete and total opposite. Now, even if we give these individuals the benefit of the doubt and take them at their word that they are truly just women born into male bodies, that doesn’t change the fact that they’re taking all of their muscle mass and testosterone with them when they “transition”. This isn’t a difficult concept — men are stronger than women, and the reason why has little to do with their sexual organs.

So, how far away are we from full-grown adults doing the same by transitioning into a difference age category? Based on what’s been happening, not too far…

~ Facts Not Memes


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