(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Surfing champion and shark attack survivor Bethany Hamilton spoke out over the weekend about the World Surf League’s new policy allowing men who pretend to be women to compete against women in the sport, adding she won’t participate in the ridiculous charade if it continues.
Even though she lost her left arm to a 14-foot tiger shark in 2003, it didn’t stop Hamilton from winning multiple national championships, according to the Daily Wire.
“The World Surf League has officially made the rule that male-bodied individuals known as transgender athletes can officially compete in the women’s division,” she said. “The World Surf League says they are following the Olympic guidelines.”
She added that she is concerned about allowing men to compete against women.
“I feel that I must speak up and stand up for those in a position that may feel that they cannot say something about this,” she said. “I think many of the girls currently on tour are not in support of this new rule, and they fear being ostracized if they speak up.”
Hamilton then asked multiple questions that woke “trans” ideologues either wouldn’t or couldn’t answer.
“How is this rule playing out in other sports like swimming, running, MMA? Have any of the current surfers in the World Surf League been asked what their thoughts and opinions are on this new rule before it was passed or announced? Should there be a conversation with the 17 women and all of the men on tour prior to a rule change such as this?” she asked.
“Is a hormone level an honest and accurate depiction that someone indeed is a male or female?… Who is pushing for this huge change? Does this better the sport of surfing? Is this better for the woman in surfing? If so, how?”
Digging into specifics, Hamilton created more waves of discomfort for the trans mob.
“How did whoever decided these hormone rules come to the conclusion that 12 months of testing testosterone make it a fair and legal switch? Why is the WSL statement about trans women competing with women and yet there’s no mention of converted women competing with men?” she added.
Hamilton then said that, in her perspective, the best solution to this problem is to create a separate division for men who either pretend or actually believe that they are women and then added that she won’t continue playing if the current rule remains.
“I personally won’t be competing in or supporting the World Surf League if this rule remains,” she said.