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  • #31
    Originally posted by 18.99s View Post
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    The mediocre men who rise to high levels in the women's ranks don't do enough damage to wake up the powers that be. But if a 49.9 hurdler transitioned and then slashed 1.5 seconds off the women's 400mh world record, that occurrence should have a powerful rule-changing effect.
    Yes, they'd create a trans division faster than anyone can zip up a pair of trousers.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by scottmitchell74 View Post
      ..It's pretty *@%# shameful. ...
      That is because a real man like you knows what shame is. Im not sure these people know shame. They would want to shame us for thinking that gender is a biological fact and not a social construct.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by user4 View Post
        That is because a real man like you knows what shame is. Im not sure these people know shame. They would want to shame us for thinking that gender is a biological fact and not a social construct.
        Objecting to trans people competing against non-trans folk is one thing. Let's not confuse that issue with the ordeal that trans people go through when they realize they're not comfortable with the gender assigned by nature. No doubt they know a lot more about shame than you ever will, and it isn't the shame that's appropriate to having done something wrong.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by trackCanuck View Post
          Objecting to trans people competing against non-trans folk is one thing. Let's not confuse that issue with the ordeal that trans people go through when they realize they're not comfortable with the gender assigned by nature. No doubt they know a lot more about shame than you ever will, and it isn't the shame that's appropriate to having done something wrong.
          Amen!

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          • #35
            Originally posted by trackCanuck View Post
            Objecting to trans people competing against non-trans folk is one thing. Let's not confuse that issue with the ordeal that trans people go through when they realize they're not comfortable with the gender assigned by nature. No doubt they know a lot more about shame than you ever will, and it isn't the shame that's appropriate to having done something wrong.
            Except that the shame I was referring to was not the shame of the child, who should feel no shame. It is the shame of someone in authority that allows boys to compete against girls. Most readers of what I wrote picked that not so subtle fact up easily.

            Other than that I totally agree with you, we need to have compassion and understanding for all people, we need to accept people as they are and let them know that they are perfect just the way they are.

            At the same time we are not helping anyone by telling a person they are something they are not. Telling a boy that he is a girl just because he wants to compete against and socialize as a girl is not doing right by anyone.

            Most of these beautiful perfect kids would never be taking advantage of weaker females in sport competition but for the cues that come to them from cultural leaders who are telling them that they should be competing as females.

            We can care for and have compassion for everyone without letting the most basic category of sport become the play thing of societal wreckers. Putting mascara on a boy and giving him a field hockey stick does not make it a fair competition. And there is simply no competition if it is not a fair one.

            Now dont thank me, thank you !
            user4
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            Last edited by user4; 10-26-2019, 11:12 PM.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by user4 View Post
              Most readers of what I wrote picked that not so subtle fact up easily.
              What you wrote was followed by 2 posts, mine and another that seconded what I wrote. Where did you obtain your phenomenal psychic gifts?

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              • #37
                Originally posted by scottmitchell74 View Post
                Bingo! Lots of people in leadership positions are dancing, scared of the SCREAMING minority that seems to be dominating everything right now. It's pretty *@%# shameful. WOMEN are certainly very much under attack.
                And what does any of this have to do with the T level of those "leaders"? Ever heard of Margaret Thatcher, Indira Gandhi or Gorda Meir, just to name a few?

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by TN1965 View Post
                  And what does any of this have to do with the T level of those "leaders"? Ever heard of Margaret Thatcher, Indira Gandhi or Gorda Meir, just to name a few?
                  We use "T level" as a metaphor for courage and strength because it provides an irony in the present context that should be amusing.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by user4 View Post
                    We use "T level" as a metaphor for courage and strength because it provides an irony in the present context that should be amusing.
                    What a pile of sexist drivel. Here's a fact: T levels have been associated with IQ, but only in men, and not at excessively high amounts.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by trackCanuck View Post
                      What a pile of sexist drivel. Here's a fact: T levels have been associated with IQ, but only in men, and not at excessively high amounts.
                      Did you have your funny bone surgically removed ?

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                      • #41
                        trackCanuck would have trouble typing if that were the case. The funny bone = ulnar nerve, which controls your hand

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by bambam1729 View Post
                          trackCanuck would have trouble typing if that were the case. The funny bone = ulnar nerve, which controls your hand
                          Does that mean you and trackCan had your funny bones removed?

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                          • #43
                            2019 Sean Dixon-Brodie underclassman from Connecticut high school triple jumps 50’ 5 1/4”.

                            Fast forward to May 2020.

                            Sean returned to high school in Connecticut but returned as Sheena having decided to become a female.

                            As Connecticut state law doesn’t require female identity to be anything more than “I said I am, therefore I am”, the now Sheena has not undergone any gender realignment surgery or taken any testosterone reducing drugs.

                            Sheena wins the state girls triple jump with a leap of 16.00m (52’6”)

                            Back home in Caracas, Yulimar Rojas, on learning of this incredible “female” performance cries out in frustration and despair as she has just seen her dream of wining gold at Tokyo with a world record performance go up in a cloud of nut job PC madness from the USA.

                            Let’s hope that Sean wants to stay Sean and be a good male high school triple jumper and not become the most dominant female athlete in history.

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                            • #44
                              Meanwhile....this seems more like a parody than anything real....

                              https://www.westernjournal.com/trans...HNPYW9Sd1MuclI

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Tuariki View Post
                                2019 Sean Dixon-Brodie underclassman from Connecticut high school triple jumps 50’ 5 1/4”.

                                Fast forward to May 2020.

                                Sean returned to high school in Connecticut but returned as Sheena having decided to become a female.

                                As Connecticut state law doesn’t require female identity to be anything more than “I said I am, therefore I am”, the now Sheena has not undergone any gender realignment surgery or taken any testosterone reducing drugs.

                                Sheena wins the state girls triple jump with a leap of 16.00m (52’6”)

                                Back home in Caracas, Yulimar Rojas, on learning of this incredible “female” performance cries out in frustration and despair as she has just seen her dream of wining gold at Tokyo with a world record performance go up in a cloud of nut job PC madness from the USA.

                                Let’s hope that Sean wants to stay Sean and be a good male high school triple jumper and not become the most dominant female athlete in history.
                                To be fair to the IAAF (or WA or whatever), it rules are at least a little stricter than those of Connecticut and 'Sheena' would not be eligible for Tokyo.

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