Actual Women Cry Foul as Transvestite Breaks World Record in Cycling

More and more people who think they are “transgender” are entering the sports arena in hopes of winning, but this surely is unfair. A recent cyclist who goes by “Rachel McKinnon,” a man who identifies as queer, lesbian, pan, polyam, asexual and trans, won first place at the Masters Track Cycling World Championships for the second time in a row on Sunday and set a world record in the process.

Jennifer Wagner-Assali, a cyclist who lost a race against McKinnon last year, spoke out and racing against the biological male (as though there were any other kind) and said that it is “definitely NOT fair.” Wagner-Assali added, “It was an unfair race, and I accepted that when I pinned on the number, and I tried to do my best to overcome the unfairness.”

In fear for the future of women’s sports, Wagner-Assali also noted, “I do feel that hard-fought freedoms for women’s sport are being eroded. If we continue to let this happen, there will be men’s sports and co-ed sports, but there won’t be any women’s sports.”

This growing trend of men entering the world of women’s sports is surely a disgrace, it is unnatural, and it is downright sickening. Anyone that challenges this ever-increasing practice will, no doubt, be chided as a “transphobe.” This was McKinnon’s strategy in a blanket statement designed to silence and ignore all those with legitimate concerns: Ban and label.

But as Wagner-Assali asserted concerning the present cycling guidelines, “Just because it’s a CURRENT UCI rule doesn’t make it fair or right. And rules can be changed.” She is right; it isn’t right!

[Author’s Note: Sources for this piece can be found here and here. Title and photo changed by Pulpit and Pen]

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