Girl Defeats Cross-Dressing Sodomite Pretending To Be A Woman In State Championship

Many people like women’s athletics, but the entire genre is being threatened due to the sodomites because in the name of insisting upon “equality” and “tolerance”, sodomite males who dress up as women and, even in some cases, mutilate their genitals to pretend to be women, are insisting on competing as women in women’s sporting events. Since one’s natural biology does not change with one’s clothes or genital mutilation, this is creating a situation where “records” are being “smashed” only because men, who are naturally stronger due to biological differences, are being forced to compete against women.

However, in a small but thankful respite, a sodomite male claiming to be a woman lost by .02 seconds to a woman for a high school state championship in Connecticut.

A female high school student in Connecticut, Chelsea Mitchell, defeated a trans-identified female in a state championship race. Mitchell had filed a lawsuit to block transgender athletes from competing in girls’ sports.

Mitchell, of Canton High School, finished the Class S 55-meter dash, held on Friday, in 7.18 seconds, while the trans athlete Terry Miller of Bloomfield High School finished at 7.20 seconds, according to The Washington Times.

“I try to just clear everything out of my mind, this is just track, you know, it’s just running, just focusing on myself, not trying to think about anything else that’s been happening,” NBC Connecticut quoted Mitchell as saying after her win.

Since 2017, the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference has allowed male athletes who identify as girls to compete in women’s sports. And after the 2018 season, one male athlete transferred schools, moving into Chelsea’s competition class.

Families of Mitchell and two other students filed a lawsuit Wednesday saying it was unfair that transgender athletes were allowed to participate in girls’ sports. The Alliance Defending Freedom, a legal group that has an extensive record of winning landmark religious liberty cases, is representing the families.

The ACLU has called the lawsuit “a dangerous distortion of both law and science in the service of excluding trans youth from public life.”

Glenn Lungarini, the Connecticut Association of Schools-Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference executive director, said that the policy follows federal law and state anti-discrimination law that says students must be treated in school by the gender with which they identify. “CIAC sports exists for all students and we pride ourselves on proving equity in the competitions that we run for all Connecticut athletes.”

Miller also responded to the lawsuit in a statement, saying, “I have faced discrimination in every aspect of my life and I no longer want to remain silent. I am a girl and I am a runner. I participate in athletics just like my peers to excel, find community, and meaning in my life. It is both unfair and painful that my victories have to be attacked and my hard work ignored.” (source)

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