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How is the LGBT activism of the Biden administration affecting women athletes?

Although young unmarried women favor Democrats in elections, it’s starting to look as though Democrat policies are not good for them. Consider an article I found on the Alliance Defending Freedom web site, which is a law firm that defends free speech, freedom of association, freedom of religion, freedom of conscience, etc. from secular left extremists.

It says:

I’ve lost four women’s state championship titles, two all-New England awards, and numerous other spots on the podium to male runners. I was bumped to third place in the 55-meter dash in 2019, behind two male runners. With every loss, it gets harder and harder to try again.

That’s a devastating experience. It tells me that I’m not good enough; that my body isn’t good enough; and that no matter how hard I work, I am unlikely to succeed, because I’m a woman.

That experience is why three of my fellow female athletes and I filed a lawsuit last year with Alliance Defending Freedom against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC): because girls and women shouldn’t be stripped of their right to fair competition.

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) and more than 85 opportunities to participate in higher level competitions that belonged to female track athletes.

[…]Connecticut officials are determined to ignore the obvious. And unfortunately, a federal district court recently dismissed our case.

[…]My friend and fellow plaintiff Selina Soule was bumped from qualifying for the state championship 55-meter final and an opportunity to qualify for the New England championship by a male runner in 2019. Meanwhile, Alanna Smith, an incredibly talented female athlete, was the second-place female runner in the 200-meter at the New England Regional Championships, but was dropped to third behind a male competitor.

It’s discouraging that the federal district court has decided that these experiences — these lost opportunities — simply don’t matter.

Very interesting.

But wait. Why is this article posted on the ADF web site? Well, it was originally posted at the far left USA Today web site, but they had to censor the article because it hurt the feelings of people on the secular left.

This column has been updated to reflect USA TODAY’s standards and style guidelines. We regret that hurtful language was used.

Where did the idea that men and women are interchangeable begin? It began with the feminist revolution. Originally, first wave feminists argued for equal opportunity. Feminist scholar Christina Hoff Sommers calls that “equity feminism”. But later “third wave” feminists argued that men and women are interchangeable. Christina Hoff Sommers calls this new feminism “gender feminism”. Third wave feminists deny that sex differences exist, and they claim that the different life outcomes of men and women are not caused by biological differences or different choices, but by discrimination.

This column from far-left PBS explains:

Gender feminism is based on the… belief that humans are born as blank slates and all sex differences are artifacts of socialization. They believe the only way to achieve true political and economic equality is to erase all differences between men and women by rigidly socializing boys and girls to be the same.

So, it’s actually feminism that provided the framework for the idea that men can become women, and women can become men. Ironic, isn’t it?

And do you know what’s even more ironic? That young, unmarried women keep voting for this election after election.

Radical feminism doesn’t just cause women problems in the area of athletics, though. It also hurts them when they are looking for a husband to commit to them. Since feminism took over our politics and institutions, many men have withdrawn from relationships with women. Not only marriage, but cohabitation, dating, and even talking to women.

As I blogged about previously, feminism makes women extremely unattractive to men who want to commit and lead a home. When feminism gets into government, tax rates go up, leaving marriage minded men with less of their earned money. They can’t afford a marriage and children. And feminism in the education system discriminates against men, making it harder for them to succeed so they can potentially marry and support a family. Feminism in the workplace makes getting ahead very difficult for men. And men are treated very unfairly by law enforcement and the courts – not just in divorce courts, but in criminal courts, as well.

It turns out that women often don’t like the results they get, even when they get what they wanted. Isn’t that ironic?

11 thoughts on “How is the LGBT activism of the Biden administration affecting women athletes?”

  1. I have no sympathy for them. This regime is selling us down the river and they voted for it. The people I do feel sorry for are the ones that didn’t vote for this regime. The rest can live with the consequences.


    1. I sense that a lot of young people, men and women, are so interested in feeling good and being liked, that they no longer have the will to vote for the policies they need for their own lives to work. They don’t think through what they are trying to achieve in the long-term. They don’t want to look ahead to when they are 60, 70 or 80 years old, and make decisions TODAY to provide for those days. They think that constraining themselves TODAY for a better TOMORROW is “fear” and they don’t like “fear”. They would rather play today and then shift blame (and costs) to others when tomorrow doesn’t “work out”. They’ll say that this is because life is unpredictable, and their free choices were not really free.

      With respect to dating and marriage, young, unmarried women can’t vote to stop the shaming for behaviors like drunkenness, promiscuity, abortion, etc. for yourself, and then demand that the culture you created manufacture good men who are willing to marry you.

      If women vote for their own personal autonomy, they can’t complain if that removes the incentive of men to engage romantically with them. I don’t want a competitor who has a lot of student loan debt and sexual experience with bad boys. I don’t want a 45% tax rate and hyperinflation. I don’t want refugees and illegal immigrants. I don’t want divorce courts and metoo harassment in the workplace. I don’t want to be discriminated against in school or the workplace. I don’t want my leadership of ky home questioned and overruled by secular leftists with worthless non-STEM degrees, whose salaries I pay with my tax dollars.

      If you make your bed, you have to lie in it. Commitment-minded men marry for certain reasons, to achieve certain goals. If young people vote to take away our incentives and prevent our goals from being achieved, we will find something else to do. I’m not a handbag in a store. You can’t just pick me up when you finally feel like it, to get financial security and social respectability. You do it on my timeline, or you get nothing.


  2. The irony is that these young women who are speaking up for women’s sports without men competing in them are getting a ton of hate thrown their way for their “intolerance” of transgender athletes. And who is leading that hate? Other women.

    Who is usually pushing children to transgender? Women. Who is pushing Marxism and Black Lies Matter? Women. When you consider that 1 out of 4 women has committed at least one abortion on their unborn children, you can see why God is turning most women over to reprobate minds at this point. The nation as a whole too, but women are especially receiving the “fruits of their labors.”

    That’s what makes young women like these two plaintiffs so special: they aren’t just going against the flow of the nation, but of their own sex.

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    1. People think they are being chivalrous when they say thagvits a minority of young, unmarried women who are secular leftists, but exit polls show that this is three quarters of young, unmarried women.

      Gallup polling confirms that women are more liberal than men on abortion and LGBT activism, too. Being permissive is important to them, because they want to be liked to badly. More than they want to think about long term consequences.


  3. “…it’s starting to look as though Democrat policies are not good for them.”

    When have they ever been good for them? More importantly, when are young women going to wake up to this? My attitude is swiftly becoming one of, they deserve to get what they voted for, good and hard.

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    1. In my experience there seems to he a focus by young people to do what feels good “in the moment”. Any talk about constraining actions today in order to achieve results tomorrow is dismissed as “fear”. And they don’t want to be guided by “fear”.

      Man, I feared myself into a million dollar retirement fund by age 45. Fear works. Fear is great. Except I don’t call it fear. I call it humility, prudence, frugality, self-control, stewardship, and WISDOM.


  4. Oh wow that photo is depressing. I agree , feminism is destroying the world. It started with Eve and has continued to bring us to this point . 😩


  5. “It turns out that women often don’t like the results they get, even when they get what they wanted.”

    They’re finding out what it means to be a “Useful Idiot”.


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