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College Sports ‘Unequivocally Supports’ Transgender Athletes Playing Against Biological Girls

The NCAA has come out with full-throated support of men claiming to be women competing against natural-born women in college sports.

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College sports governing authority the National Collegiate Athletic Association has come out with full-throated support of men claiming to be women competing against natural-born women in college sports.

The NCAA says “firmly and unequivocally supports” transgender athletes playing in whatever category they feel like choosing.

In its Monday statement, the NCAA said that they support “fair competition”… despite that whenever men claiming to be women compete against real women, the real women lose nearly every time.

“The NCAA Board of Governors firmly and unequivocally supports the opportunity for transgender student-athletes to compete in college sports. This commitment is grounded in our values of inclusion and fair competition,” the statement read.

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The group added that they follow medical requirements similar to those used by the Olympics.

“Inclusion and fairness can coexist for all student-athletes, including transgender athletes, at all levels of sport. Our clear expectation as the Association’s top governing body is that all student-athletes will be treated with dignity and respect,” the NCAA added.

The statement concluded:

When determining where championships are held, NCAA policy directs that only locations where hosts can commit to providing an environment that is safe, healthy and free of discrimination should be selected. We will continue to closely monitor these situations to determine whether NCAA championships can be conducted in ways that are welcoming and respectful of all participants.

The NCAA’s statement comes on the tale of a growing number of states either considering or passing laws to limit transgender athletes to competing only in categories corresponding to their birth gender.

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Tennis Fans Forced to Remove Shirts Regarding Missing Chinese Superstar

Those who continues to shill for Beijing will soon arrive at a lonely place in history.

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In this strange, new world that we live in, it appears as though the global community cannot find the gall to stand up to China – no matter how blatant and abhorrent their behavior continues to be.

Beijing has been leveraging their nation’s enormous population, (and its purchasing power), against some of the world’s most profitable corporations of late, and in particularly sinister ways.  The first rumblings of trouble came when a coach in the NBA made a single tweet referencing a movement for freedom in Hong Kong, and Beijing immediately threatened the league with a massive boycott.  The NBA’s response was to trot out superstar LeBron James to make a cringeworthy pro-CCP statement that will forever tarnish his illustrious career.

Now, after the “disappearance” of a Chinese tennis superstar who had accused a high ranking CCP official of rape, those who choose to seek justice in the case are being harassed in Australia for the sake of keeping Beijing happy.

Fans at the Australian Open were asked to remove tee shirts with the slogan “Where is Peng Shuai?” an allusion to the continuing mystery surrounding the whereabouts of a Chinese tennis star who accused that country’s vice president of rape.

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As Breitbart’s Warner Todd Huston reports:

Early in November, Shuai posted a message to her Chinese social media account saying that she had been sexually abused in 2019 by Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli. But her Weibo account was quickly shut down and the post was deleted. Shuai then spent nearly a month in isolation, not being seen on her own in public for more than three weeks.

These events led to international worry and outcry over Peng Shuai’s safety.

And then…

On Saturday, in a widely shared video on social media, Australian police and event security officials can be seen telling a group of spectators that they would have to remove their “Where is Peng Shuai?” tee shirts. Due to rules set forth by Tennis Australia which ban political messaging.

“The Australian Open does have a rule that you can’t have political slogans … it’s a rule that it’s a condition of entry.

“Tennis Australia does set the rules, and regardless of what you’re saying — and I’m not saying you can’t have those views — but I am saying that Tennis Australia sets the rules here.

“[Security is] allowed to confiscate the shirts and the banner.”

This continued capitulation of the Chinese Communist Party will only embolden the genocidal regime, and those who find themselves unable to stand up against the evil acts of Beijing will undoubtedly arrive at a lonely place in history soon enough.

In this strange, new world that we live in, it appears as though the global community cannot find the gall to stand up to China – no matter how blatant and abhorrent their behavior continues to be. Beijing has been leveraging their nation’s enormous population, (and its purchasing power), against some of the world’s most profitable corporations of late, and in particularly sinister ways.  The first rumblings of trouble came when a coach in the NBA made a single tweet referencing a movement for freedom in Hong Kong, and Beijing immediately threatened the league with a massive boycott.  The NBA’s response was to trot out superstar LeBron James to make a cringeworthy pro-CCP statement that will forever tarnish his illustrious career. Now, after the “disappearance” of a Chinese tennis superstar who had accused a high ranking CCP official of rape, those who choose to seek justice in the case are being harassed in Australia for the sake of keeping Beijing happy. Fans at the Australian Open were asked to remove tee shirts with the slogan “Where is Peng Shuai?” an allusion to the continuing mystery surrounding the whereabouts of a Chinese tennis star who accused that country’s vice president of rape. As Breitbart’s Warner Todd Huston reports: Early in November, Shuai posted a message to her Chinese social media account saying that she had been sexually abused in 2019 by Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli. But her Weibo account was quickly shut down and the post was deleted. Shuai then spent nearly a month in isolation, not being seen on her own in public for more than three weeks. These events led to international worry and outcry over Peng Shuai’s safety. And then… On Saturday, in a widely shared video on social media, Australian police and event security officials can…

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WATCH: College Coach Gets Mayo Bath After Big Bowl Win

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While college football has long been steeped in tradition, there’s a very real possibility that we’ve hit the limit.

In Auburn, you have the toilet-papering of the local trees after a big win.  At Georgia Tech, the Ramblin’ Wreck motors out onto the field before every home game.  In Death Valley, (the one in South Carolina), Clemson players all pay tribute to a rock before taking to the gridiron.

And now, after you win the Duke Mayonnaise Bowl, the winning coach gets absolutely drenched in the popular sandwich spread.

The new college football tradition of dumping food on top of a winning coach after a bowl game now includes mayonnaise.

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South Carolina coach Shane Beamer was the recipient of a mayo bath after the Gamecocks beat North Carolina 38-21 in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl.

And, because you have to witness this nightmare to believe it:

How did they get these otherwise serious college coaches to agree to the eggy, oily shower?

Both Beamer and North Carolina coach Mack Brown agreed ahead of time to get doused with mayo if their team won the game. Duke’s agreed to donate $10,000 to charity if the winning coach would agree to a mayo bath.

Coaches beware:  You’re going to need some goggles if Frank’s Red Hot ever sponsors a bowl game.

While college football has long been steeped in tradition, there’s a very real possibility that we’ve hit the limit. In Auburn, you have the toilet-papering of the local trees after a big win.  At Georgia Tech, the Ramblin’ Wreck motors out onto the field before every home game.  In Death Valley, (the one in South Carolina), Clemson players all pay tribute to a rock before taking to the gridiron. And now, after you win the Duke Mayonnaise Bowl, the winning coach gets absolutely drenched in the popular sandwich spread. The new college football tradition of dumping food on top of a winning coach after a bowl game now includes mayonnaise. South Carolina coach Shane Beamer was the recipient of a mayo bath after the Gamecocks beat North Carolina 38-21 in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl. And, because you have to witness this nightmare to believe it: https://twitter.com/YahooSportsCFB/status/1476642499733213186?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1476642499733213186%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fca.sports.yahoo.com%2Fnews%2Fsouth-carolina-coach-shane-beamer-gets-mayonnaise-dumped-on-his-head-after-dukes-mayo-bowl-win-200544852.html How did they get these otherwise serious college coaches to agree to the eggy, oily shower? Both Beamer and North Carolina coach Mack Brown agreed ahead of time to get doused with mayo if their team won the game. Duke’s agreed to donate $10,000 to charity if the winning coach would agree to a mayo bath. Coaches beware:  You’re going to need some goggles if Frank’s Red Hot ever sponsors a bowl game.

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