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Gender and sports
    #25127753 - 04/10/18 10:03 AM (3 months, 5 days ago)

What do you people think?

Should men that identify as women, however still have their man parts, get to participate in female sport competitions?

Should women whom are transitioning into men by taking hormones get to participate in female sports competitions?


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: Doalrite]
    #25127785 - 04/10/18 10:23 AM (3 months, 5 days ago)

I say no, it’s an unfair advantage. If they really want to compete, let them form their own fucking league where all 72 or whatever genders can compete fairly.


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: Doalrite]
    #25127795 - 04/10/18 10:28 AM (3 months, 5 days ago)

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Doalrite said:
What do you people think?

Should men that identify as women, however still have their man parts, get to participate in female sport competitions?

Should women whom are transitioning into men by taking hormones get to participate in female sports competitions?



If its friendly then sure. If not, nope!


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: JizzMasterZero]
    #25127810 - 04/10/18 10:36 AM (3 months, 5 days ago)

I realize that sounded bad.
I’m not homophobic, and I’ve actually known a transsexual for 25 years. I have immense respect for him because she (in early life) identified a problem, was kicked out of the house at age 16 because of it, and then through extreme determination became extremely successful living as male. Now get what I said, living as a male, not a transsexual holding signs and fighting for his rights. She identified as a male, fixed the problem, and now lives as a male. He has male pattern baldness, a hairy back, facial hair, a doctorate degree, and a good paying high profile job. Nobody would ever suspect he was a trans, I didn’t know for the first 10 years. Only a handful of people know.
Back to sports, he would definitely be at a disadvantage if he wanted to compete in sports against men. Regardless of his accomplishments, he was still born with a female frame which hormones can only do so much. On the other hand, a man that becomes a woman would definitely have an advantage over women because he/she still has the advantage of a male frame.
Damn, the pronouns get confusing.


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: JizzMasterZero]
    #25127823 - 04/10/18 10:44 AM (3 months, 5 days ago)

I ask because I hear the are letting men who identify as female run in a female marathon.

Also I saw their was a female wrestler who was transitioning to a male so she was taking steroids. She was wrestling with other teen girls.

It’s such a weird world


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: JizzMasterZero]
    #25127880 - 04/10/18 11:13 AM (3 months, 5 days ago)

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I realize that sounded bad.
I’m not homophobic, and I’ve actually known a transsexual for 25 years. I have immense respect for him because she (in early life) identified a problem, was kicked out of the house at age 16 because of it, and then through extreme determination became extremely successful living as male. Now get what I said, living as a male, not a transsexual holding signs and fighting for his rights. She identified as a male, fixed the problem, and now lives as a male. He has male pattern baldness, a hairy back, facial hair, a doctorate degree, and a good paying high profile job. Nobody would ever suspect he was a trans, I didn’t know for the first 10 years. Only a handful of people know.
Back to sports, he would definitely be at a disadvantage if he wanted to compete in sports against men. Regardless of his accomplishments, he was still born with a female frame which hormones can only do so much. On the other hand, a man that becomes a woman would definitely have an advantage over women because he/she still has the advantage of a male frame.
Damn, the pronouns get confusing.



Pretty black and white. Guys are guys and girls are girls.


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: Doalrite] * 1
    #25128002 - 04/10/18 12:09 PM (3 months, 5 days ago)

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Doalrite said:
What do you people think?

Should men that identify as women, however still have their man parts, get to participate in female sport competitions?

Should women whom are transitioning into men by taking hormones get to participate in female sports competitions?




In both instances, the individuals should participate in 'mens' competitions

As should any other women who feel they can compete

:shrug:


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: Tantrika]
    #25129026 - 04/10/18 07:16 PM (3 months, 5 days ago)

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Tantrika said:
Quote:

Doalrite said:
What do you people think?

Should men that identify as women, however still have their man parts, get to participate in female sport competitions?

Should women whom are transitioning into men by taking hormones get to participate in female sports competitions?




In both instances, the individuals should participate in 'mens' competitions

As should any other women who feel they can compete

:shrug:




Why shouldn’t weak men participate in women’s sports then.... if they never have a chance in winning amongst athletes of the same sex.

It’s just stupid the way liberals think about this.

Another reason they don’t get my independent vote at the moment.


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Re: Gender and sports (moved) [Re: Doalrite]
    #25129065 - 04/10/18 07:31 PM (3 months, 4 days ago)

This thread was moved from Political Discussion.

Reason:
Not politics related.


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Re: Gender and sports (moved) [Re: Enlil]
    #25129083 - 04/10/18 07:38 PM (3 months, 4 days ago)

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<img src='https://www.shroomery.org/forums/images/moved.gif'> This thread was moved from Political Discussion.

Reason:
Not politics related.




I apologize then great sir, I felt the desire of the liberal machine to define where and when women can be women and the men can be men fell into the political realm.

Thank you for adjusting the tolerable label for this conversation.


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Re: Gender and sports (moved) [Re: Enlil] * 1
    #25129919 - 04/11/18 02:25 AM (3 months, 4 days ago)

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<img src='https://www.shroomery.org/forums/images/moved.gif'> This thread was moved from Political Discussion.

Reason:
Not politics related.




Not really sports related either.


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: Tantrika]
    #25134065 - 04/12/18 10:17 PM (3 months, 2 days ago)

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Quote:

Doalrite said:
What do you people think?

Should men that identify as women, however still have their man parts, get to participate in female sport competitions?

Should women whom are transitioning into men by taking hormones get to participate in female sports competitions?




In both instances, the individuals should participate in 'mens' competitions

As should any other women who feel they can compete

:shrug:




When I was wrestling back in the day there was no men or womens class. The top 2 bottom weights were dominated by 2 or 3 females that grew up with wrestling coaches as dads. They were nothing to fuck around with. I lost once or twice to a female but beat plenty of others. They have wider hips which makes them fucking fantastic at head and arms.


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Re: Gender and sports [Re: Enjoywho]
    #25142905 - 04/16/18 11:42 AM (2 months, 30 days ago)

Girl takes steroids to become boy.... wrestles undefeated.
Wait I thought athletes couldn’t take steroids.......



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