Insane SJW examples of bullshit "microaggressions"

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Aside from the outright lies that the lobbyists are telling about there being "no advantages in muscle mass" post hormone treatment, they utterly ignore what going through puberty as a man will do to a body. Lung size, VO2 Max, bone density, frame...these things cannot just be reversed by reducing testosterone. :lol:

Men lose testosterone as they get older anyway. I am 39, and so my test will be lower than when I was 26, but it doesn't mean it does not offer me advantages in strength over a 26 year old woman.

One of the immediate obvious things is height and frame.

Look at the goal keeper in this article, and the BBC illustrate the point without even meaning to. He/She is 6ft tall. That's pretty small for a keeper, in fact Claudio Bravo is the shortest keeper in the Premiership and he is 6ft.

In the UK, being 6ft and a woman puts you in the 99.848 percentile. :lol:

The pictures tell their own story...




Given the competitive nature of human beings, how many "natural" women would there be after a couple of 4 year Olympic cycles?

Complete conjecture, but I would guess we end up with no more female athletics in many events.
 
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Given the competitive nature of human beings, how many "natural" women would there be after a couple of 4 year Olympic cycles?

Complete conjecture, but I would guess we end up with no more female athletics in many events.
I doubt enough men would want the stigma for it to get that bad, but the issue is that the gulf between male and female athletes is FAR greater than most people realise. They don't understand that there are a LOT of 17 year old boys who would smoke the best female sprinters on the planet over 100 metres. So currently people are thinking along the lines of a decent male athlete undergoing testosterone reduction to compete as a woman, and they're right to think that is unlikely.

British sprinters like Reece Prescod and CJ Ujah are never going to win Olympic medals in the individual races, but they are good enough to win Euro medals and no way would they fake being transgender to win golds and set world records.

But it actually just needs a guy who is not able to get close to being on any national team set up. A guy who can only run say 10.5...of which there are a shit load of 16 year school boys who run faster and never make it. Imagine you have a 10.5 runner who is 24 years old...shit job, and it is in an environment in which "gender fluid" is accepted as being real and not a stigma. If he takes test suppressors for 12 months and his time drops to 10.7....he still wins Olympic Gold at any of the last few Olympics.

If he's a 10.3 runner who drops to 10.5 after hormone treatment, he wins by such a huge margin it is like the female Bolt and he wins every race for 8 years, then identifies as male again at the age of 31, and retires a millionaire.

It could happen. It will become more likely to happen as there is less and less stigma attached to a man saying "I see myself as a woman or non binary", and as it does not require the man to remove his genitals or have a sex change...just take some tablets and say he feels he is a woman...well...yes it will increase.
 

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I doubt enough men would want the stigma for it to get that bad, but the issue is that the gulf between male and female athletes is FAR greater than most people realise. They don't understand that there are a LOT of 17 year old boys who would smoke the best female sprinters on the planet over 100 metres. So currently people are thinking along the lines of a decent male athlete undergoing testosterone reduction to compete as a woman, and they're right to think that is unlikely.

British sprinters like Reece Prescod and CJ Ujah are never going to win Olympic medals in the individual races, but they are good enough to win Euro medals and no way would they fake being transgender to win golds and set world records.

But it actually just needs a guy who is not able to get close to being on any national team set up. A guy who can only run say 10.5...of which there are a shit load of 16 year school boys who run faster and never make it. Imagine you have a 10.5 runner who is 24 years old...shit job, and it is in an environment in which "gender fluid" is accepted as being real and not a stigma. If he takes test suppressors for 12 months and his time drops to 10.7....he still wins Olympic Gold at any of the last few Olympics.

If he's a 10.3 runner who drops to 10.5 after hormone treatment, he wins by such a huge margin it is like the female Bolt and he wins every race for 8 years, then identifies as male again at the age of 31, and retires a millionaire.

It could happen. It will become more likely to happen as there is less and less stigma attached to a man saying "I see myself as a woman or non binary", and as it does not require the man to remove his genitals or have a sex change...just take some tablets and say he feels he is a woman...well...yes it will increase.

I would do this if I had my time over again. Become a millionaire and a global icon. Certainly beats the old 9-5 for 30 years.
 
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Honestly, you guys might think it's a myth about women not wanting to code, but I think I've experienced it first hand. At one of the interviews I had the graduate student head, a girl, at a cancer research lab was asking us what our research interest was. I told her I was interested in data science and bioinformatics, and she said, "Wow, that's a hard subject. I tried coding once and it wasn't for me."

Two of the experts I talked to, both women, were telling me that they lament not knowing a lot of these techniques because biomedical research is starting to experience a dynamic change with machine learning.

Anyways, I can definitely see men rising to the top in this area. Every single coder I've interviewed with at the medical facilities were all men. I did not interview with one woman coder, if they even exist there. I'd love to poke through Google's analysis. I have to wonder if it's just that more men are in this field or that they do more work, i.e. overtime. What caused or how was it calculated that they're paid less?
 
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Women are so special they get a whole day to themselves to campaign for equality.
My missus was legitimately annoyed with me for not wishing her a happy women’s day.

We were laying in bed after the day and after a slight insignificant argument over something non related when we were both laying back to sleep she said “you didn’t even wish me a happy... * I’d zoned out by that point *! Day” I rolled over and asked what? She was shocked I didn’t know what the day was and that I’m selfish, only thinking of myself.

It was late I was tired so went into damage control mode apologised and told her I hoe she had a great day I love you blah blah.....

Bloody women
 
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I had an interesting thought last night.

If women are vunerable and incapable of making decisions when they have had a drink, should they be breathalised(sp) at polling stations?
 
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