In the politically correct future that social justice warriors are creating, Caitlyn Jenner-like athletes will likely dominate women’s sports

A 17-year-old wrestler in Texas named Mack Beggs was born female, and is in the process of transitioning to being male. As part of this transition, Beggs is taking the hormone testosterone under a doctor’s supervision.

As a wrestler who identifies as male, Beggs had wanted to compete in the boys’ wrestling league.

However, the rules required Beggs to participate in the girls’ wrestling league.

Normally in such competitions, participants are banned from taking hormonal drugs such as testosterone.

But under today’s politically correct climate, where social justice warriors insist that a person with a penis should be allowed to expose that penis in a girl’s locker room, it is considered perfectly acceptable for someone who self identifies as male, and who is taking testosterone, to participate in a girl’s athletic competition.

Not surprisingly, Beggs went the entire wrestling season undefeated, and won the state championship.

If this kind of thing continues to be allowed, then in the future, many world records in women’s athletics will likely be taken over by people who were born male, who transitioned to being female. So, for example, think of a future Caitlyn Jenner-type athlete competing at the Olympics against a bunch of women.

If this actually does happen, the left wing feminists will have no one to blame but themselves.

February 26, 2017. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . LGBT, Political correctness, Social justice warriors, Sports. 1 comment.

AP Investigation: Olympic teams to swim, boat in Rio’s filth

Why do the people who run the Olympics choose to put the athletes’ health at such high risk like this? Surely, there are other countries where they would be much safer.

 
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/d92f6af5121f49d982601a657d745e95/ap-investigation-rios-olympic-water-rife-sewage-virus

AP Investigation: Olympic teams to swim, boat in Rio’s filth

July 30, 2015

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Athletes in next year’s Summer Olympics here will be swimming and boating in waters so contaminated with human feces that they risk becoming violently ill and unable to compete in the games, an Associated Press investigation has found.

An AP analysis of water quality revealed dangerously high levels of viruses and bacteria from human sewage in Olympic and Paralympic venues — results that alarmed international experts and dismayed competitors training in Rio, some of whom have already fallen ill with fevers, vomiting and diarrhea…

Extreme water pollution is common in Brazil, where the majority of sewage is not treated. Raw waste runs through open-air ditches to streams and rivers that feed the Olympic water sites.

As a result, Olympic athletes are almost certain to come into contact with disease-causing viruses that in some tests measured up to 1.7 million times the level of what would be considered hazardous on a Southern California beach…

“What you have there is basically raw sewage,” said John Griffith, a marine biologist at the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Griffith examined the protocols, methodology and results of the AP tests.

“It’s all the water from the toilets and the showers and whatever people put down their sinks, all mixed up, and it’s going out into the beach waters. Those kinds of things would be shut down immediately if found here,” he said, referring to the U.S…

The AP viral testing, which will continue in the coming year, found not one water venue safe for swimming or boating, according to global water experts.

Instead, the test results found high counts of active and infectious human adenoviruses, which multiply in the intestinal and respiratory tracts of people. These are viruses that are known to cause respiratory and digestive illnesses, including explosive diarrhea and vomiting, but can also lead to more serious heart, brain and other diseases.

The concentrations of the viruses in all tests were roughly equivalent to that seen in raw sewage — even at one of the least-polluted areas tested, the Copacabana Beach, where marathon and triathlon swimming will take place…

Besides swimmers, athletes in sailing, canoeing and to a lesser degree rowing often get drenched when competing, and breathe in mist as well. Viruses can enter the body through the mouth, eyes, any orifice, or even a small cut…

February 21, 2016. Tags: , , , , . Sports. 1 comment.