ChatterBank3 mins ago
So It Begins........
Is this the beginning of the end for women's team sports?
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We have been told that we are required to accept that men who have transitioned are women, and therefore it was a logical step for post-ops to be allowed to compete with women.
It matters not that the person in question here still has the physical attributes of a bloke which means, like it or not, he'll be stronger and faster than the women he is playing with.
Can anybody imagine Billy Vunipola transitioning and then playing for the women's England Rugby team? It would be a guarantee that they'd never lose again.
Personally I think the only losers here will be women. They train and practice to be the best that they can in their chosen sport, but they'll never (or rarely) be a physical match for post-op men.
I think this was before the ladies were professional, but nonetheless they were considered good enough to represent Charlton and were playing the likes of Arsenal ladies.
The game was played in a friendly spirit, and it was quite apparent the men were going into challenges at a fraction of how they would normally go into challenges, and yet they absolutely wiped the floor with them without even trying.