Women across the world are being pushed out of sporting events by male-to-female transgender people.

When female athletes try to highlight the unfairness inherent in allowing a ‘female’ transgender person to compete in women’s sporting events, they are often bullied and harassed.

Such was the case when two female teammates of transgender swimmer Lia Thomas tried to speak out against her unfair advantage in swimming competitions.  The media called them out and incited harassment against them.

A perfect picture of the clown world we are living in was taken in London this week as two transgender cyclists took first and second place at a competition.

The cyclists kissed on the podium while the third-place finisher was holding her baby.

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“On Thursday, at London’s ThundCrit cycling event, two biological males identifying as women took first and second place and then celebrated their “achievement” by kissing on the podium as the third-place winner, an actual female, held her baby.

Emily Bridges and Lilly Chant, the two men who placed first and second, competed in ThunderCrit’s “Lightning” category. According to the website, this category is reserved for “cis-women, non-binary people,” as well as “trans men and women whose physical performance aligns most closely with cis-women.”

Bridges, 21, has tried and failed to work his way into women’s cycling competitions across the UK in recent months. As Breitbart’s Hannah Bleau reported in March, Bridges was denied access to the National Omnium Championships.

Bridges has undergone hormone therapy. However, as demonstrated by the dominance of UPenn transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, hormone therapy is completely inadequate in erasing the natural physical advantages men have over women.”

 

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