Here’s what womens’ sports is going to look like in the very near future. Or should we say “womyns’ sports?” This just happens to be MMA, but reruns will be coming in every sport.
First, some generalities about women. They do not have the upper body strength or overall size of men. There is no sport out there where, at the highest competitive levels, women can compete against men and win.
The winner, in 2:17 of the first round, of the above bout was Fallon Fox. She’s got five straight MMA wins by first round knockout. Why, you might ask, is Fallon so dominating? Well, the major reason could just be that until three years ago Fallon Fox was Boyd Burton. And Boyd had more than just a name change.
Until age 30, Fallon Fox was known as Boyd Burton. Born male, Burton lived his life as such, though believing for a period he was gay. He was even married to a female at one point, and has a child. After serving in the Navy, Burton tried going to college but dropped out, and began driving trucks to earn money for gender reassignment surgery, which he had done in Bangkok, Thailand.
Needless to say, the same people who insist that men and women are “equal” are screeching from the housetops that Fallon has an “unfair advantage.” To this we say, hahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahah [pausing for breath] hahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahah. Here’s a sample of comments in articles about Fallon.
IT’S NOT FAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!! Really?
We have to admit we’re kind of enjoying this. We’re REALLY going to enjoy it when guys who are fair to good basketball players but can’t make the cut as scholarship athletes decide they’re girls and apply for scholarships to the womens’ basketball teams on the college campuses and who make sure their Title IX attorneys turn in their applications. Womens’ field hockey? Womens’ lacrosse? Womens’ track and field?
Gonna be a whole bunch of mediocre men who suddenly discover they can save a couple of hundred thousand dollars in tuition AND get to shower with the girls. It’s a win-win.
To all the feminists out there who will screech about the unfairness of all this, two things. First, you’ve never understood the Law of Unintended Consequences. Second, we told you so.