Canadian Trans Woman Beats Out Female ‘Competition’ for the Gold


Canadian cyclist Rachel McKinnon became the first trans woman to ever win gold at the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles. She is also an assistant professor in the department of philosophy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina.

She has received a lot of criticism online and claims people questioning her are transphobic bigots. That’s one way to silence opposition. If you want total equality, there should be no women’s and men’s sports.

McKinnon claims that people who disagree with her know nothing about science and “pesky facts.”

The fact remains that this is a big biological man competing against people who are not his peers.

The UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) changed its policy on including transgender athletes last year following a lawsuit by Canadian transgender cyclist Kristen Worley, The Washington Times reported. They said we shouldn’t be worried about any of this, just her human rights.

What about the human rights of the other competitors?

We wish her well and are glad she is happy but what happens to women’s sports? I guess it goes down the tubes.


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4 years ago

That person is not honest. An honest person may participate but not accept an award.

4 years ago

We need to End This. There is NO SUCH THING as a “transgender”. You cannot change basic biology by cutting off some parts. Can this ‘transgender’ all of a sudden now give birth to offspring and suckle the young. This is complete insanity run Amok and those who promote it, or even go along with it are borderline.

herbert r richmond
4 years ago

Liberalism and its many ugly sides, inclusion is about to take a wrecking ball to women’s sports.