The LGBTQ social justice army is rapidly advancing.
They already control Hollywood, the Fake News Media, and many politicians in Washington.
But you won’t believe what this transgender “woman” just tried to pull off.
A transgender cyclist just won the women’s 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships on October 14, 2018.
Except there’s one problem – the winner, Rachel McKinnon, was formerly a man who “became” a woman.
Many called the win unfair to women cyclists because men have natural advantages over women in physical strength.
McKinnon, responded by calling the critics “bigots” or “transphobic.”
Pinkies News reports:
A transgender woman has won a world championship in cycling for the first time.
Rachel McKinnon won gold in the sprint at the 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships on Saturday.
McKinnon has faced backlash for her participation in the Los Angeles-based championships, with many people online accusing her of having an unfair advantage over her opponents.
The Canadian cyclist, who is also an assistant professor in the department of philosophy at South Carolina’s College of Charleston, has defended herself against the claims on Twitter.
In one post, she wrote: “I train 15-20hrs/week, twice/day 5-6 days/week. Yeah…I just jumped off the couch and won. Transphobic bigots, y’all.”
Things got so out of hand that even the American Council on Science and Health weighed in.
An article published on their website by Alex Berezow titled “Should Men Who Identify As Women Compete In Women’s Sports?” affirmed the charges of unfair competition:
While we are not privy to the underlying nature of Dr. McKinnon’s transgenderism, a cursory glance at her physique reveals that she is built like a biological male. Regardless of what postmodernists say, there are real, objective, measurable biological differences between men and women. That is why sports are segregated by sex.
But Dr. McKinnon rejects that basic biology.
Men are bigger than women. Period. Additionally, men have more muscle mass: Skeletal muscle constitutes about 42% of a man’s body mass but only 36% of a woman’s body mass. This is literally textbook anatomy & physiology.
Likewise, Dr. McKinnon’s claim that the performance gap between men and women in sports being due to sociological differences rather than biological ones is pure rubbish. The reason that the world’s fastest male 100-meter sprinter (Usain Bolt) is nearly one full second faster than the world’s fastest female sprinter (Florence Griffith-Joyner) is because of biology, not the male patriarchy.
Rachel McKinnon is a philosophy professor at College of Charleston.
Dr. McKinnon claims that it is the male patriarchy that bars women from entering sports.
But the American Council on Science and Health totally debunked his claims.
Even other members of the LGBTQ community thought that McKinnon’s arguments didn’t pass the smell test.
Dr. Kathleen Stock, a lesbian and professor of philosophy at University of Sussex, downplayed the win due to McKinnon’s “genetically endowed features.”
Should Rachel McKinnon forfeit the award due to unfair advantages?
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