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Thursday, June 29, 2017

John McEnroe Won't Apologize For His Serena Williams Comments. And He Shouldn't.

On Sunday, tennis legend John McEnroe ruffled the feathers of feminists everywhere when he explained that tennis star Serena Williams, while being the "best female player ever," would rank around 700 in the men's circuit.

Here's the exchange with NPR reporter Lulu Garcia-Navarro:

    Garcia-Navarro: We're talking about male players but there is of course wonderful female players. Let's talk about Serena Williams. You say she is the best female player in the world in the book.

    McEnroe: Best female player ever — no question.

    Garcia-Navarro: Some wouldn't qualify it, some would say she's the best player in the world. Why qualify it?

    McEnroe: Oh! Uh, she's not, you mean, the best player in the world, period?

    Garcia-Navarro: Yeah, the best tennis player in the world. You know, why say female player?

    McEnroe: Well because if she was in, if she played the men's circuit she'd be like 700 in the world.


The Left, all too quick to be outraged, branded the colorful tennis player a sexist for daring to voice such a simple truth rooted in (apparently misogynistic) biology. The media, needless to say, began sharpening their knives for McEnroe the moment the NPR interview was published.

On Tuesday morning, CBS This Morning jumped at the chance to press the tennis star for his recently-committed sins against Feminism, but when confronted, McEnroe refused to apologize.

"I'm just waiting, would you like to apologize?" asked co-host Norah O'Donnell.

"Uh, no," answered McEnore, before lamenting the asinine tendency for those in the tennis world to compare men and women.

Good for McEnroe. He shouldn't be bullied by the media into an apology for stating something so obvious, backed by enormous evidence.

First of all, McEnroe did not slight Williams at all, as has been suggested. He made it clear that Williams is the "best female player ever — no question," and only made his comment about a possible 700 ranking when pressed by NPR. So the claim that his comment was "unnecessary" and therefore insensitive is absurd.

And then there's what McEnroe actually said. What is so offensive about Williams ranking 700 in the men's game? As noted by The Daily Wire on Monday, it seems fairly obvious that Williams would actually rank around 700 in the men's circuit if you look at the female star's Universal Tennis Rating and her previous interactions with ranked male players:  

    Looking at Williams' Universal Tennis Rating (UTR), which is the assigned numerical rating to all tennis players — both men and women — ranging on a 0 to 16.39 scale, the female athlete rates at 13.36, whereas dominant male tennis players like Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic rate at 16.26 and 16.27 respectively. The scale places Williams on-par with average men's college players (ranks about 97th out of the top 125 college men's singles) and nowhere near top-world-ranked men.

    Furthermore, in 1998, Williams actually played a set against a male tennis player ranked 203 in the world, Germany's Karsten Braasch. She got her butt handed to her in embarrassing fashion, taking a 6-1 loss as her opponent smoked cigarettes and sipped beer in between change-overs.

Not to mention that small detail called biology. Williams is at such a disadvantage against men because of her genetic make-up: as highlighted in Psychology Today, "Men are on average taller than women, have more muscle mass, stronger bones, tendons, and ligaments, have bigger hearts, a greater lung volume, and a higher red blood cell count."

The effort by the media to shame McEnroe for expressing an obvious truth is terrifying. McEnroe should be applauded for refusing to offer an apology after disrupting the safe spaces of biology-denying feminists.
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It's so sad to see feminists and their manginas having their panties in a bunch about what is nature and reality...
As much as they try so hard to push a ridiculous notion that men and women are the same, they always forget to add nature into the equation.
This doesn't mean women are lower than men, it simply mean men and women have differences...this isn't a bad thing, as a matter of fact, when men and women deal and respect the idea that we do have differences, we achieve more in life. As we said before, give to women what belongs to women and give to men what belongs to them....
Our differences simply mean we have to meet and understand each other, taking the time to know a person, if we where all the same as the left, feminists and their manginas seems to promote, what a boring world it would be...
And anyway, looking at the mess the world is in at the moment, isn't it a good thing that strong masculine men are capable to protect women's rights to be what they want to be? If all men become weak manginas where would feminist's right to b*tch at everything and anything be today?
Would radical islam for instant allow them to enjoy the freedom to nag us the way they do?
Would democracy or freedom of speech they seem to attack every day even exist?
Who hold up the pillars of democracy?

Maybe, secretly they do want to be "controlled" since they promote wearing scarfs, which by the way is made to hide the femininity of women, so as not to get raped by men in the muslim world...

Accepting we have differences and trying to live with them advance the human specie, their way restricts us by not trying to find common ground...that's why the left is loosing ground to Trumpism, they are too...restrictive and lack understanding and acceptance of individual differences.
Their way of thinking will be gone in the near future, these hateful ol'dinosaurs of a time passed are even been rejected by the young generation of today....sure they will be around for a while but not with the power they use to have or enjoyed and abused. And that included their lowly mangina supporters.

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