Tsk, do stop complaining dear

The CIAC allows biological males to compete in girls’ and women’s sports. As a result, two males began racing in girls’ track in 2017. In the 2017, 2018, and 2019 seasons alone, these males took 15 women’s state track championship titles (titles held in 2016 by nine different girls)

10 thoughts on “Tsk, do stop complaining dear”

  1. I thought women were just as strong and capable as men? *

    *According to feminists I mean, obviously not to any one with half a brain.

  2. Flo Jo records for 100m and 200m from 1988 still stand.
    Her 100m record is nearly a second slower than the men’s record and would be considered to be a decent time for a male at college level in US.

  3. Women are as strong and capable as men when it comes to joining combat branches of the armed forces. However, when domestic violence issues surface, they miraculously revert to 90-lb Victorian virgins.

  4. Dennis, One of Joe's Neanderthals

    Thank the feminists, progressives, liberals and Democrats for this, Chelsea.

    And by all means, draw the appropriate conclusions before you cast your vote.

  5. Squawkbox. I still remember the young lady complaining that, to get promotion, she’d have to serve in the infantry, the armour or the artillery.

    She did not react positively to my suggestion that she do so. But then I suppose I did not really react positively to her whinge.

  6. Ken says
    Interestingly the girls’ record at age 11 is faster than the boys’ record.
    That’s curious. If a girl was pumped full of testosterone starting at 11 would she be able to compete (probably not win, but compete) in men’s sports?

  7. Talking to a feminist about this is like when you’re in an argument with your girl, and you both know damn well that she’s wrong, but she’ll keep fighting dirty, try anything just to make you the asshole.

    “Um, you’re literally letting men cheat and rob women of their success. Look at all these medals they gave to these biological men. I know you’re not this stupid.”

    “Yeah? Well you sound just like your mother!”

  8. @Philip

    I believe it is down to the slightly earlier onset of puberty in females relative to males.


    The difference between the sexes is significant prior to the onset of puberty – so at age 8 there is a 0.75 second difference, which narrows as puberty approaches for females at age 10-11 and the onset of male puberty is a year later at age 11-12. It seems possible that pumping a girl full of testosterone at age 11 might narrow the gap, but probably not fully. I think the physiological differences are already baked in to some extent.

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