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Saturday, May 18, 2024

New Zealand University Honors Trans Weightlifter Who Bombed at Olympics

'We could think of no one more worthy...'

The University of Otago in New Zealand has given its “Sportswoman of the Year” award to Laurel Hubbard, a biological male who competed in the Tokyo Olympics as a female competitor, the Western Journal reported.

At 6-feet, 1-inch and weighing 300 pounds, Hubbard failed to execute a single lift in the women’s heavyweight division but was still the subject of fawning media coverage for the “historic” milestone.

Michaela Waite–Harvey, president of the Otago University Students’ Association, claimed that she could find no woman more deserving of the award.

“We could think of no one more worthy of sportswoman of the year than Laurel Hubbard, who represented Otago and New Zealand incredibly well at this year’s Tokyo Olympics,” she said.

Hubbard competed in weightlifting under the name “Gavin” for years prior to “identifying” as female at age 35.

Many females have rightfully expressed the difficulty of being forced to compete against males at sports, wherein all of their work typically goes to waste because of their natural disadvantages.

Yet, leftists don’t support all transgenders across the board. When Caitlyn Jenner announced a bid for California governorship and support of Donald Trump, activists scoffed.

Though conservatives have long believed that transgenderism would never take a hold in the general consciousness, the recent onslaught of instances suggests otherwise.

Recently, a Minnesota school district pressured elementary school children to role play as transgenders.

Furthermore, the Evangelical Lutheran Church installed its first transgender bishop.

Nonetheless, red states have recently started fighting back.

In Texas, Repubilcan Gov. Greg Abbott recently declared that transgender surgery performed on children constitutes child abuse.

And Tennessee has passed a law that requires businesses and government facilities to post signs if they let transgender people use multiperson public bathrooms of their choice.

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