Need to excel in women’s sports? Find a man to do the job:
Two years ago, Jonathan Eastwood “dominated” the men’s competition. In 2019, he’s dominating something else: the women’s field. Jonathan, who now goes by “June,” finished second in a field of 204 runners at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational and helped the University of Montana finish seventh as a team. For that, school officials decided, he’s been named the “Women’s Cross-Country Athlete of the Week,” edging out eight other actual females for the title.
Not only can men win the women’s races, they can be named women’s athlete of the week.
There remains no need to bother with women’s athletic records; there is surely a man in a tutu somewhere who can run faster or lift more than actual women.
Trump could* become the first woman president merely by “identifying” as such.
In fact, any field in which women are “under-represented”, like zinc miners and trash collectors and CEOs, could be immediately balanced simply by a few of the men claiming to be women.
One of the ironies of left-think, so often championed by women, is that it has eliminated the public need for actual women. Men dressed as women can do most things better.
But there still is a need for actual women. And they are needed to do those things that men not only cannot do better than they, but cannot do at all.
One of the great frustrations of listening to politically necessary** virtue-signaling is witnessing the social value attached to the statement that women’s unemployment is at a record low. As if what America lacks is a record number of women making spreadsheets while functional retards raise their children in a herd.
It would be much better if the Department of Labor could create a statistic that said, “this year x million women were able to stay home because their husbands earned enough money to support a family.”
If more men could be valued for making such an important contribution, and if society would return to appreciating manhood for making the resulting social stability possible, maybe fewer men would seek out personal excellence by being the best woman they can be.
* and should, if only for his last day.
** Because women not only vote, they believe what politicians say.