The UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale), the world governing body for sports cycling, reacted to widespread outrage over a “trans” biological male winning the Tour of the Gila in New Mexico by doubling down on their woman-betraying policy. Here’s a quote:
"The UCI acknowledges that transgender athletes may wish to compete in accordance with their gender identity. The UCI rules are based on the latest scientific knowledge and have been applied in a consistent manner. The UCI continues to follow the evolution of scientific findings and may change its rules in the future as scientific knowledge evolves."
First of all, when you have to repeat the word “scientific” three times in one short paragraph, it’s a pretty sure sign that you’re blustering and know you don’t really have science on your side. There's nothing "scientific" about the theory that "wishing will make it so." Secondly, there has been no great “evolution” in biological science in the past five or so years. Everyone is still either an XX or an XY. There is no “XYZ.” You might think you are, but it’s all in your head, and that has no effect on the muscles required for sports.
This is further proof that female athletes will NOT be protected from unfair competition by woke sports organizations, so they need to refuse en masse to compete until the rules are changed, or else form their own organizations for women only.
Most men will definitely support them, but they have to show that they will stand up for themselves. It doesn’t help when some female athletes try to virtue signal their wokeness, like pot fan and WNBA star Brittney Griner. She defended letting “Lia” Thomas mow down female swimmers by declaring, “Everyone deserves the right to play. Everyone deserves the right to come here, sit in these seats, and feel safe. I think it’s a crime to separate someone for any reason. So, I will definitely be speaking up against that legislation and those laws that are trying to be passed.”
Swimmer Riley Gaines, who has bravely taken on the battle of defending women's sports (which has gotten her slandered and assaulted by loving and tolerant trans activists) had a perfect response: “Which NBA team would have (Brittney Griner) since apparently the overwhelming, obvious differences between men and women should simply be overlooked? Heartbreaking to see athletically successful women take this demeaning stance. And if we’re going to talk about crimes, Brittney…”
Gaines makes a great point. Could there possibly be a better A-B comparison of the stark differences between the physical abilities of male and female athletes than the NBA and the WNBA? Griner is the biggest star in the WNBA, but could she make even the worst NBA team? Conversely, if the worst player in the NBA put on a wig and claimed to identify as a woman, is there any WNBA team he (sorry, “she”) couldn’t make?
Wait, NBA players in wigs?...Say, that gives me an idea that might finally make the WNBA profitable!