Trans ‘Woman’ Wins Two Gold Medals in Women’s Weightlifting

If a person is born as a male, but suddenly decides he wants to be a female, that does not take anything away from the fact that he has the biological make of a male. Science shows that men are generally bigger and stronger than women.

So why is it that a biological male can compete in women’s sports against biological females? Of course they will win! That is a no-brainer!

The latest news on that topic comes from the 2019 Pacific Games in Samoa, in which a transgender weightlifter won two gold medals against natural born women opponents.

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Conservative Fighters reports:

Laurel Hubbard has once again crushed natural-born female opponents winning two gold medals and a silver in three heavyweight categories for women at the games, according to the Washington Times.

Born as Gavin Hubbard, the 41-year-old weightlifter has cut a wide swath through female weightlifting after transitioning as a transgender woman six years ago. The only hiccup in Hubbard’s domination of the sport was an elbow injury during last year’s Commonwealth Games.

Hubbard’s continued gains in the Pacific region may have served to spur the leading U.S. weightlifting association to ban men transitioning to females from competing against natural-born women.

At this rate, there won’t even be a women’s division in sports anymore. It will either be co-ed, or women will simply stop competing since it is so unfair. They would have to do copious amounts of steroids to keep up with their male opponents, and even then the field would still not even even.

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