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Monday, March 10, 2014

What do you think? Discrimination against women for political correctness???

Transgender male sues for $2.5 million and the right to compete against women at CrossFit Games

Personally I go with this comment;
Grace; No matter what kind of surgery you have down there, if you were born a male your chromosomes will still read XY, just like if you were born a female your chromosomes are still XX. Genitalia does not determine your sex, your chromosomes do; science proves it.

Here is something else to think about...
Mixed Martial Arts fighter Fallon Fox announced he was born male after knocking out his female opponent in 39 seconds with a knee to the head last year.
In 2012, a 6'8” tall, 220-pound male joined the female basketball team at Santa Clara Community College.
How would a Laila Ali, one of the best female boxers of all times(big fan) do against a man of the same weight and experience?

Hormone or not, born a man, you still have an advantage over a woman when it comes to strength.

How would a man vs a woman of the same size do against each other in..let's say in a boxing ring?

Though it is hard to watch, the point is made...both are the same size, supposedly with the same training...
What about that not so known tennis match, man rated under 200 against the william sister, which report say, he smoked between sets?
"Venus a few months later at the French Open she came up to me with a big smile on her face and said, 'You know that thing in Australia - it never happened!'

Yes we do have B.J. King against B. Riggs who was 56 years old at the time. King been 25.
But...there has been a controversy about that match as you can read in the "legacy" section of the link. Whether it's true or not, who knows.
Why did she refused a rematch, she would of made even more money.

Don't want to demean women, but the point is, men can do things women cannot, women can do things men cannot....together we can do a hell of a lot more. Divided, well....

Is this hidden discrimination against women?
For political correctness...
What do you think?

13 comments:

Allison said...

Its discrimination against women.

Tewennate said...

Yep definetly.

Joan said...

I have multiple daughters,and that is discrimination.

Marie said...

discrimination

Matie said...

Why dont we ever hear of women in mens clothes undressing in a mans dressing room or bathroom,why is it alway womens private area?Stay away from the ywca, they have that policy.So ya this is discrimination against women.

Karlie said...

u dont wanna know what i really think,so out of respect for you post,ill just say discrimination against women ans especially young girls.

New York Mom said...

I had a similar post on reddit, 129 thought it was discrimination only 2 said it was not. And those 2 described themselves as male transsexuals. The thing I learned from the comments was, women are more against this than men, and some were extremely bitchy about it, downright nasty actually. As a mother of 3 girls myself, I would say discrimination for political correctness.

Anonymous said...

there will always be a difference in strength between men and women, thats a fact, so ya discrimination.

Reniece said...

Laila Ali against a male transsexual? same size same weight class, I would love to see that, as a black woman I think Laila would kill "him". We dont put up with that shit.lol

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with Reniece,would I love to see that.

Bill said...

As a man,yes its dicrimination. There is a difference in strngth,homones or not.

Nizhoni said...

I would say in strength, that man would have a distinct advantage, of course there are women who can kick ass, whatever the gender, you reference to Laila Ali for instance, but outside of the few exeptions, I have to agree with the point your trying to make, in general its not a good idea.

The Native Canadian said...

So from what I gather, most of you think its...discrimination? So do I?