Women’s sports are officially dead:

A biological male who identifies as a transgender woman won a women’s world championship cycling event on Sunday.

Rachel McKinnon, a professor at the College of Charleston, won the women’s sprint 35-39 age bracket at the 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles.

McKinnon, representing Canada, bested Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen of the Netherlands and American cyclist Jennifer Wagner to take home the gold.

McKinnon celebrated the victory on Twitter, writing: “First transgender woman world champion…ever.”

Okay, all you transgendered activists.  Should we hold our breath until the first biological woman who identifies as males beats other (real) males?  Nope.  Because there is a difference inherently between men and women.  That’s why there is such a thing as women’s sports, so that the female athletes won’t be dominated by men. But apparently, identity politics trumps everything else now in this world, including common sense.

It’s very sad. So much work to give them equal space, equal credit and equal pay…

This is worse than when the East Germans used to give their female athletes high doses of anabolic steroids which caused masculinization and horrific health effects. Now, these athletes don’t even have to do that.  They just have a dude say he’s a woman and use the language of “identity” and no one has the guts to call him out on it.

Oops!  But the male-posing-as-a-female disagrees with my assessment. By the way, he identifies as a “woman” as well as “an internationally recognized expert on the science and ethics of transgender inclusion in sport.”  Ha!  I bet he’s the only internationally recognized expert, because no one else thinks this is a good idea, he can probably dominate that “field” just like he dominated the female cyclists.

Anyway, he said:

“We cannot have a woman legally recognized as a trans woman in society, and not be recognized that way in sports,” McKinnon told USA Today.

“Focusing on performance advantage is largely irrelevant because this is a rights issue. We shouldn’t be worried about trans people taking over the Olympics. We should be worried about their fairness and human rights instead.”

And — wait for it — he compared his “struggle” to racial segregation.  Because, of course he did.

This actually makes me angry.  Women’s sports have come so far.  I prefer watching women’s soccer.  When men start playing women’s soccer, that will be the end of women’s soccer.  I love watching women’s tennis.  When men start playing women’s tennis, that will be the end of women’s tennis.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.  The people who should be most upset over the rush approve of all things transgender are women.  How long before feminists gather their courage to call out these phonies?  They better do it now, before all of women’s sports is decimated.

In case you are interested, here’s a photo of a man pretending to be a woman, pretending to be a champion, while the women beside him are pretending to be happy:

Hat Tip: The Daily Caller

Image Credit: PXHere and Twitter

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