[–] ByzantineOtter 23 points Edited

He knows what a woman is when he wants to buy an egg from one, and pay another to gestate and birth his kid. Funny that. Next time he can approach the brave and stunning for his reproductive needs.

[–] VestalVirgin 17 points Edited

Nobody banned men with genderfeelz. They can still compete against their fellow males, and moreover, never had a right (ethically, that is) to compete against women, and well do they know it. NOTHING has been taken from them. Nothing but that which they have stolen from women.

[–] CeruleanPisces 10 points Edited

He might be a good athlete but his logic is lacking 😂 “people can’t transition by 11! It’s not even legal” welcome to the fucking point Tom.

“You know, like most queer people, anyone that’s told that they can’t compete or can’t do something they love just because of who they are, it’s not on,” he said.

“It’s something I feel really strongly about. Giving trans people the chance to share their side.”

Meaning, of course, that girls and women 'can't compete or can't do something they love' unless they accept unfair competition.

[–] Itzpapalotl 5 points Edited

Fuck this idiot. How dare he. Sanctimonious, self righteous prick.

Why do MEN think their woke, I’ll informed, piss poor opinions on WOMEN’S sports matter?

[–] SakuraBlossoms transheight 7'3" 6 points

Trans-identifying men are humans. Humans of the male sex. As such, they have the right to compete in sports, of the male sex. If they made cosmetic decisions that have made them unable to compete on the level of other men, that's their choice, and no one else deserves to be punished for their choice. If I chose to cut my arm off, making me unable to compete on the level of women who did not make that choice, I wouldn't have a right to cheat in, say, high school sports, just because and especially because I would have a better chance of winning. High schoolers don't deserve to have to compete against a cheating adult because of my own bad decision. And this is a direct equivalent; I'm just as close to being a high schooler for cutting my arm off as a man is close to being a woman for blocking his testosterone. Two self-chosen athletic disadvantages that make the person no closer to being a member of the target group.

Yea, it’s like me, a fat person saying I can’t compete because they’re ableists. Like naw, I make a choice every day not to be an athlete and that puts me at an athletic disadvantage of my own doing. I’m not going to start demanding they let me join the local junior high school girls wrestling team so I can feel included.

We all make choices and must learn to live with the consequences of those choices.

Women keep on saying this. Men keep on ignoring it, and unfortunately so do some women.