Transgender Freaks Prove the Opposite of What They Intend: Sex Differences Are Real
by David Sims
HALF-JEWISH feminist Goria Steinem says (domestic) “violence” occurs in direct proportion to differences in gender roles. However, that isn’t true. The most voiced complaint about “transgenders” (other than, perhaps, who may go to which restroom) is the unfairness of persons born male, but who identify as females now, joining women’s sports teams and competing in women’s sporting events, and then beating all the born-female women in those events, walking away with all the prizes and glory. Track and field. Weight lifting. Martial arts. It has been leaving many born-female athletes very discouraged.
In the debate between feminists and born-male-transgenders-to-female, I side with the feminists. Feminists prattle utter nonsense most of the time, but they are in the right on this.
But the point that I was getting at is this: Those born-male-trans persons who compete against women so devastatingly in sports usually aren’t especially competitive against other men in those same sports. That’s the edge that human males have over human females in physical performance. When feminists in the 1970s and 1980s tried to persuade the public otherwise, they were almost universally laughed at. Their cherry-picked demonstrations, wherein a mediocre male was paired up with a highly trained, world-class achieving female didn’t fool anybody, and neither did their scripted-for-television scenes in which small women judo flip big men. With the feminist complaints regarding the unfairness of born-males out-competing born-females in sports, the facts of the matter emerge.
That performance difference exists for a natural, evolutionary reason. Women exist to have babies. Men exist to protect the women and children to whom they are related. Of course, both men and women do other things also, but their primary functions are those just stated. In that manner does the tribe, the race, the nation of which both sexes are a part most effectively enlarge its presence in the world of the future. Deviations from that model carry with them a certain cost, a degree of danger, with respect to survival.
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