Wednesday, April 11, 2018 by Ethan Huff
The official policy of the Boston Marathon has reportedly evolved to allow mentally-ill biological males to compete against biological females, even when these biological males don’t actually undergo “transition” surgeries and hormone treatments to make themselves more effeminate as a legitimate “transgender.”
According to reports, the only thing that a biological male needs to do in order to compete against biological females in the Boston Marathon from here on out is to simply check a box on the sign-up form stating that he’s a “female.” This will give him immediate access to the female running pool, as well as an upper hand athletically.
When questioned by the media about the rationale behind this loose gender identification policy, those in charge of the Boston Marathon indicated that it would be offensive to try to force biological males to prove that they meet whatever arbitrary “standards” have been set forth by the LGBT community for qualifying as a real “transgender.”
“We take people at their word,” stated Boston Athletic Association President Tom Grilk in response to these concerns.
“Those registering do not have to provide any sort of proof that they are in fact in any sort of ‘transition’ state medically, as required by the Olympics and many professional sports. Members of the LGBT community have had a lot to deal with over the years, and we’d rather not add to that burden.”
The issue came about after a biological male from Woodstock, Illinois, by the name of Stevie Romer recently registered for the Boston Marathon as a woman. Romer is still a man – and as science dictates, always will be – and has done nothing to lower his testosterone levels or alter his body parts to even try to pretend to be a woman as many other transgenders typically do.
Because of this, many began to question whether or not Romer is really a transgender, prompting the officials in charge to try to address the issue in a way that wouldn’t offend anyone. The conclusion they ultimately came to is that gender is as fluid as simply making a mark on a piece of paper, and that nobody can really question this.
Even though biological men have certifiably higher levels of testosterone inside their bodies than biological women, which gives them an upper hand physically – an undeniable, scientific fact, by the way – none of this should matter when people decide to register for sports like the Boston Marathon. And this, folks, is why the future of female sports in general is now on the rocks.
This is already becoming evident with the rise of transgender students, often biological men pretending to be women, who are signing up for women’s sports. The Brazilian volleyball star “Tiffany” is a perfect example of this, as “she” is actually a “he” who, because he wasn’t very good at male volleyball, decided to sign up for women’s volleyball – and is now head of the league, which is hardly surprising considering “she” is a man playing a sport against women.
“Thanks in large part to testosterone, men are generally heavier and taller than women,” Epstein points out.
“They have longer limbs relative to their height, bigger hearts and lungs, less fat, denser bones, more oxygen-carrying red blood cells, heavier skeletons that support more muscle – 80 percent more in the upper body, on average, which is about the difference between male and female gorillas – and narrower hips that make for more efficient running and decrease the chance of injury.”
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