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In a lot of ways, the ending of the movie "Cars" reminds me of the female sports controversy. The antagonist, a green car named Chick Hick, cheats his way through the competition by physically harming his opponents, and wins first place for the Piston Cup. But no one is cheering. Instead, they cheer for Lightning McQueen, who helps Strip Weathers, one of Chick Hick's victims. McQueen is offered the prize in Chick Hick's place by the competition organizers, but he humbly rejects the award and offers it to Weathers instead.

In a lot of ways, the ending of the movie "Cars" reminds me of the female sports controversy. The antagonist, a green car named Chick Hick, cheats his way through the competition by physically harming his opponents, and wins first place for the Piston Cup. But no one is cheering. Instead, they cheer for Lightning McQueen, who helps Strip Weathers, one of Chick Hick's victims. McQueen is offered the prize in Chick Hick's place by the competition organizers, but he humbly rejects the award and offers it to Weathers instead.

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I agree with your observation! I'd be thrilled to shoot a confetti gun too hard at the next male cheat, haha. I also love this movie for introducing me to one of my fave songs: Real Gone by Sheryl Crow <3

Unfortunately, I think most normies haven't women up to the cheating going on in women's sports yet.

They're still libfems and apathetic men.

They're more like Mia and Tia, the fangirl cars who "flash" McQueen and hang around Chick when McQueen goes missing.

Coincidentally, I love Chick because he's voiced by Michael Keaton and he does such a good job lol.