Once you start ‘tinkering’ with God’s law, inequality starts to sneak in from the back door.
Women have had enough
This is what female weightlifters in the USA have been arguing about ever since the ‘transgender’ issue raised its head a few years ago.
The LGBT’s ‘Transgender Participation Policy’ encourages men who identify as female to take part in every sport or competition and the ladies have had enough.
On May 14, USA Powerlifting (USAPL) continued to forbid gender-confused men who think they're women from competing against actual women for the same records, following an overwhelmingly one-sided vote to maintain the current policy.
The 100% Raw Powerlifting Federation recently revoked titles and trophies given to American powerlifter "Mary" Gregory for ostensibly breaking multiple records last month, following confirmation Gregory was actually a man.
The vote follows months of pro-LGBT consternation over the policy USAPL released in February, for which Rep. Ilhan Omar (Democrat-Minnesota) demanded her state’s officials investigate the organization (Minnesota’s Democrat Attorney General Keith Ellison rejected her request).
Men are built differently
“Men naturally have a larger bone structure, higher bone density, stronger connective tissue and higher muscle density than women,”USAPLargues.
“These traits, even with reduced levels of testosterone, don’t go away. While MTF (male-to-female) may be weaker and less muscle than they once were, the biological benefits given them at birth still remain over those of a female.”
“In general, men are better athletes than women,” Louder With Crowder’s Courtney Kirchoff wrote.
Women vs women, not Jack vs Jill
“Women’s sports are so women can compete with other women. Women’s sports are a safe space for women to compete with other women. There are valuable lessons to be learned from competingand a lot of satisfaction from winning.
“Transgenders coming into women’s sports erases women from women’s sports,” she argued, “and thus erases the entire point of women’s sports: again, not for entertainment and not for men. But for women to compete.”
Men and women are different. It’s the way of God’s creation.
We can’t alter what God put in place without ramifications and several recent cases where men identifying as women have been either banned or excluded from women’s sport have exposed the LGBT’s policies to more than just criticism but to ridicule.
John Skinner served in Vietnam then the Tasmanian Police before taking up the position of CEO of the Australian Rough Riders Association (professional rodeo based in Warwick Qld). Before retirement to his small farm, he was a photo-journalist for 25 years. He is married with 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
John Skinner is a retired journalist who has written ten biographies on famous campdrafting competitors. He was an Australian infantry soldier wounded in Vietnam, served six years as a Police Officer, was CEO of the then Australian Rough Riders Assn (Pro-Rodeo based in Warwick, Qld). He and his wife Marion retired to a small farm 25km south of Warwick 20 years ago. They have three children and now seven grandchildren.