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Transgender New Hampshire State Rep Opposes Common Sense Bill To Ban Boys From Girls High School Sports Because “Discrimination”

 

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I’ve been writing for years now about the unfair intrusion of transgender athletes into high school girls sports in particular.

The complete absurdity of two biological males dominating Connecticut high school girls track and field for the last 3 years has brought this issue to the forefront, and states like New Hampshire are finally doing something about it.

WCVBA bill that would restrict participation in girls high school sports exclusively to those born as girls was up before the House Education Committee on Tuesday. Supporters said the bill is about preserving fair competition, but opponents called it discrimination. The sponsor of House Bill 1251 said he wants only women to compete in women’s sports, but those opposed to the legislation said high school athletics are no longer that clearly divided.

“My bill is about one thing: saving women’s sports,” said Rep. Mark Pearson, R-District 34. “My bill is designed to protect hard-striving female athletes from possibly losing a place on a podium, setting records or, possibly, college scholarships.”

Many in the packed hearing room saw the proposal to allow only biological girls to play on girls teams as discriminatory against transgender youth.

“It seems self-evident to me that all students, trans and non, should be allowed to participate in the sports team or in the sport enterprise that align with their gender identities,” said Rep. Lisa Bunker, D-District 18.

Sarah Huckman, a transgender athlete who participated in girls sports throughout high school, said she opposed the bill.

“It’s very degrading to me and my community,” Huckman said. “We’ve worked so hard to get rights for transgender athletes and transgender people, and this bill is just going to reel it all back in.”

A representative from the attorney general’s office testified about legal concerns with the bill, saying it opens the door for harassment or bullying and that it applies only to girls sports and not boys sports

This is State Rep “Lisa Bunker” who spoke out in opposition to the most common sense bill ever.

Gee whiz, I wonder why Lisa has a problem with this. Oh right, because Lisa is a dude.  Women have been forced to share locker rooms with Lisa and change in front of him, so naturally he feels like little girls should have to do the same with their biologically male counterparts.

Lisa’s Facebook posts and a book he wrote essentially summarize everything he stands for.

“Dear angry white man” and books about middle school transgender superheroes who “tackle the mystery of anonymously posted hateful memes.” Nuff said.

The lack of awareness in this quote was astounding.

“It seems self-evident to me that all students, trans and non, should be allowed to participate in the sports team or in the sport enterprise that align with their gender identities,” said Rep. Lisa Bunker, D-District 18.

Actually, it’s not self evident at all. Quite the opposite. What’s self evident is that there is something seriously wrong with these images.

 

It’s possibly the most self-evident thing that has ever occurred in the history of humanity. No rational person believes that you should be allowed to compete against whatever gender you “identify” with. It’s why we separate boys and girls athletics in the first place. The BLT-123 agenda has always been about men taking things away from women.

And yes, it is discriminatory against transgender youth. The same way that the 100 meter dash discriminates against kids in wheelchairs, the high jump discriminates against gravitationally challenged kids, and the girls basketball team discriminates against boys. You don’t have a right to do anything you want just because you claim to be a member of an oppressed class of people that society constantly caters to.

This is a quote from Lisa Bunker when she ran for office for the first time in 2018:

I am not running on my gender identity, to be clear.

That’s actually exactly what you’re doing, but OK.

I’m running on my decades of experience as an activist and manager of community nonprofits.

He works in non-profits. Shocking.

The three main planks of my platform are giving voice to the voiceless (particularly by protecting voting rights), fixing the opportunity gap, and sustainable stewardship of our state and planet for future generations.

You know where there’s a pretty big opportunity gap? Between boys and girls in sports. It’s why we separate them in the first place – so women can have more opportunities to compete against other women.

They also quoted Sarah Huckman, the transgender student athlete who said that it was “degrading” to the transgender community to have to compete against other biological boys. Sarah is a biological male who was one of the slowest people on the team. So slow that when he transitioned to girls sports he could best be described as mediocre based on his times. They’re not bad times for girls (63 seconds in the 400), but they’re not state caliber either. However, he would be dead last if he competed against the boys. I suppose in their minds this proves that there’s no advantage for boys who compete against girls, but it really just means that the slowest boy could beat a slightly above average girl.

The AG’s office might’ve had a worse quote:

A representative from the attorney general’s office testified about legal concerns with the bill, saying it opens the door for harassment or bullying and that it applies only to girls sports and not boys sports. 

Goodness gracious! We can’t pass common sense laws because it might lead to (checks notes) BULLYING!! Because letting boys beat up on girls isn’t a form of bullying at all. Nor is stigmatizing trans athletes by making them stand out like a sore thumb when they dominate girls athletics. I can’t imagine that leading to harassment at all.

And did they really need to ask why the law only applies to girls sports and not boys? I think that may have something to do with the fact that on average boys are bigger, stronger, and faster than girls, which gives trans boys no competitive advantage. There is no epidemic or examples of biological girls beating boys in sports. Now THIS, is self-evident.

Every republican in every state should propose a law like this. Georgia and Tennessee currently have similar laws up for votes. This is the winningest issue of all time. If you polled 100 random people from both sides of the aisle I’d estimate that at least 95 of them would support a law like this. This includes feminists, whose spaces are being encroached on by men. Make democrats go on record to vote for or against a law that keeps biological boys out of girls sports. If they vote against then you brand them as the guy who wants to eliminate girls sports and you campaign on that. If they vote for it then the bill passes and girls get their sports back.

This includes states like Massachusetts too. I would genuinely be interested to see how this would end up in the Statehouse. Don’t include bathrooms, locker rooms, or anything else they can hide behind with buzzwords like “equality” and “discrimination.” Just stick to high school sports. If over 50% of our state reps and senators would vote to allow boys to compete against girls, then we are truly beyond the point of return. I have faith that there are still democrats out there who haven’t completely lost their mind though.

 

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