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Transgender Students Dominate Girls’ Track and Field Meet, So Their Parents Did This

Can you blame them?

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Last week, we covered a story out of Connecticut about two young transgender men who dominated the competition at a girls’ track and field meet because…they’re boys.

The boys in question, Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood, finished first and second respectively in the 100-meter dash at the Connecticut state finals on June 4th. Miller also took first in the 200-meter dash.

If you find it stunningly unfair to the girls who worked hard to compete only to be smoked on the track by two biological males, you’re not alone, and it’s not because you’re a bigot.

It turns out that even parents who “have no problem” with the young men trying to live their lives as young women were actually passing a petition around the crowd during the meet asking the state to legally require that athletes compete in the division of their biological gender.

The Daily Wire reports:

While two transgender athletes dominated…Connecticut’s state championships for girls track and field, some parents launched petitions to make sure that competitions are restricted to athletes who were the same gender at birth.

The Hartford Courant reported that Bianca Stanescu, whose daughter Selina Soule finished sixth in the 100-meter State Open final, was circulating one petition at track meets. Her petition asks the state legislature to require athletes to compete in sports based on their gender at birth, unless the athlete has undergone hormone therapy. Soule herself said, “I think it’s unfair to the girls who work really hard to do well and qualify for Opens and New Englands. These girls, they’re just coming in and beating everyone. I have no problem with them wanting to be a girl.”

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This is, of course, perfectly sensible. There’s transgender advocacy, and then there’s downright insanity, and much of transgender advocacy has simply become downright insanity lately. There are actually significant offshoots of radical leftist feminism who are starting to speak out against transgender advocacy simply because women are clearly being left behind as more and more men claim they can be women too.

It’s one thing to try to live your life as the opposite sex, it’s quite another to demand that because you want to live your life as the opposite sex you and everyone else absolutely must point-blank deny the biological facts about your body.

 

 

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HS Pitcher Embraces Batter After Striking Him Out and Cinching Championship, The Reason Why Is Pure Class

So awesome.

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Ty Koehn, pitcher for Mounds View High School was down to the last out of the sectional championship game and was looking to wrap up the three-hit shutout and cinch victory for his team.

The batter Koehn was up against was Jack Kocon of Totino-Grace, who he swiftly struck out, nabbing the championship title in a 4-0 victory and earning a trip for his team to the state quarterfinals.

However, rather than immediately start celebrating, there was something else Koehn needed to do first. This is awesome.

But while his Mustangs teammates were understandably ecstatic, jumping up and down and celebrating their hard-earned victory, the pitcher put all that on stand by.

See, Koehn’s strikeout victim — Kocon — has been a close friend for quite a while. And Koehn had no intention of celebrating before heading to home plate to hug his pal.

“I knew him from all the way back when we were 13. We were on the same little league team,” Koehn told Bring Me the News. ” It was tough when we went to separate schools, but we kept in touch.”

“I knew the game was going to keep going or it was going to end right there,” Koehn added to the outlet. “I knew I had to say something. Our friendship is more important than just the silly outcome of a game. I had to make sure he knew that before we celebrated … It was more instinct, it just felt right.”

Now that’s class.

Sports are an important part of human culture because they reflect outwardly, so much of what we go through inwardly, much like art such as novels, comics, and films.

The struggle against limitation, whether imposed by our selves or outside forces, the drive to overcome, the will to fight on even when the odds are stacked completely against you are scenarios that we all as human beings face at some point in our lives.

Sports symbolize those struggles and provide a cathartic release for the anxiety of being in situations that are challenging.

Given the emotions that run high during sporting events, it’s always good to see such outstanding sportsmanship. This kid’s parents ought to be proud. They’ve raised an awesome human being.

Source: TheBlaze

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Biologically Male Trans Sprinter Runs as a Girl in Track Meet, Take a Guess What Happened

This should not be allowed.

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A biologically male transgender individual, Terry Miller, competed in the CIAC State Open track and field championship last week as a girl, and as you probably already guessed, completely annihilated the competition.

Surely that wouldn’t have something to do with the massive amount of testosterone coursing through this young man’s body and the fact that he was physically stronger than the other girls in the competition.

That would mean that boys and girls are different, and that’s just not true according to the liberals.

Miller won the 100-meter dash in 11.72 seconds and took the 200-meter dash in 24.17 seconds — both meet record times, the CT Post reported.

Also of note is that Andraya Yearwood of Cromwell High School — another transgender sprinter who won the girls’ 100- and 200-meter dashes at the Connecticut state track meet last year — came in second behind Miller in this year’s girls’ 100, GameTimeCT reported.

“A lot of people have asked, ‘Can you run a separate race, can you put an asterisk next to their name, do something that shows there is a standard that is different from that?’” CIAC executive director Karissa Niehoff noted to the CT Post. “When you get into that playing out, you have got civil rights issues.”

Niehoff added to the paper: “Then within the same gender, you are taking one population of the gender, and you’re separating them and creating another class. That’s what Title IX speaks to. That’s what Office of Civil Rights guidelines speak to. You cannot discriminate based on gender. And in our case in Connecticut, gender is gender identity.”

“Fully agree it doesn’t feel good,” she added to the CT Post. “The optic isn’t good. But we really do have to look at the bigger issues that speak to civil rights and the fact this is high school sports.”

Several students who finished after fifth place in the race stated that it wasn’t fair for them to race against a biological male and that it hindered their ability to place higher.

This is absolutely insane. Schools should not be forced to allow someone who has clear size and strength advantages due to their biological DNA to compete against an entire class of individuals who have a different set of DNA, and thus a very different biological makeup.

Sports are supposed to be about equality of competition, where the deciding factor is talent, work ethic, and skill. It shouldn’t be because one is male and the other female.

Source: TheBlaze

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Colin Kaepernick’s Legal Team Putting Together Grievance Case, Look Who They Want Testimony From

This guy doesn’t know when to quit.

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The legal team hired by former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick is seeking federal subpoenas in the coming weeks in an attempt to get testimony from both President Trump and Vice President Pence — along with a few others — for the grievance case he’s putting together against the NFL.

It seems this guy is not happy enough with the destruction he’s already caused in the National Football League, thus he seeks to continue dealing out as much damage as possible.

Sad.

Kaepernick’s lawyers hope to dive into the White House’s political involvement with the league during the quarterback’s free agency and the league’s handling of player protests, Yahoo Sports reported Thursday, citing sources with knowledge of the collusion case.

The former San Francisco 49ers star will have to jump through another set of hoops while trying to get the White House involved in its case.

According to Yahoo, Kaepernick’s legal team will have to convince the system arbitrator overseeing the grievance case that Trump, Pence and others’ testimony would be relevant and make an impact on the case. If the arbitrator grants the request, the lawyers will then have to seek the subpoenas in a district court under the Federal Arbitration Act. Should both hurdles be cleared, it could call into question whether Trump, and others, could be forced to sit for depositions.

The latest development in the Kaepernick grievance case comes more than a week after it was revealed Trump’s public and personal pressure on NFL owners played a big role in the league’s decision to change its national anthem rules amid controversial player protests.

In depositions by NFL owners obtained by The Wall Street Journal, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones revealed that Trump personally told him “you can’t win this one.”

Kaepernick has repeatedly disrespected the flag, the nation, and the men and women who fought for his freedom time and again with his “protest” before games. As if that wasn’t bad enough, his actions have led others in the league to do the same.

Listen, no one is saying he should be silent on issues he feels passionate about. What people are saying is there is a right time to be vocal and outspoken and a time not to be. During the National Anthem is one of those times.

It doesn’t seem likely he’ll actually get the testimony he’s after here, but you can’t fault the guy for trying. Well, you can, actually. Anyway, it’s just time for Kaepernick to ride off into the sunset.

Source: Fox News

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