While the debate on whether or not “trans women” (i.e. biological males) should be allowed to compete against women in sports presses on, proponents of transgenderism continue to celebrate these “brave” “women.” One sports publication has gone as far as to name trans MMA fighter Fallon Fox, who has twice broken his biological female opponent’s skulls, the “bravest athlete in history.”
To be fair, the sports publication who recognized Fox in this way is Outsports, a magazine dedicated to LGBT athletes, but it remains just as ironic to call a man who opts to fight women instead of other men “brave.”
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Just to highlight how much of a strength advantage Fallon Fox has on his opponents, in one MMA fight against biological female Erika Newsome in Coral Gables, FL, Fox beat down Newsome, winning the match in just 39 seconds.
During that less than a minute, The Verge recounts, “Fox threw Newsome to the canvas, but she bounced back up. Then Newsome tripped Fox up, who recovered her feet quickly. They clinched and Newsome began throwing heavy punches to the body. Fox absorbed the blows and secured a grip on Newsome’s head. She took three, four, five unanswered punches to the ribs, but seemed unfazed. With her hands gripping the back of Newsome’s skull, she delivered a massive knee, bringing her leg up while pulling her opponent’s head down. The blow landed on Newsome’s chin and dropped her, unconscious, face first on the mat.”
That hardly sounds like a fair match. It sounds much more accurate to describe it as a violent physical assault! In fact, it ended up being Newsome’s last professional fight. Fox also gave female fighter Tamikka Brents another brutal beat-down that resulted in a concussion and 7 broken orbital bones.
According to BJJ World, Brents gave an interview after this lopsided, violent fight and said, “I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not because I’m not a doctor. I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right… I still disagree with Fox fighting. Any other job or career I say have a go at it, but when it comes to a combat sport I think it just isn’t fair.”
In defense of Fox, liberal publication Vice said Brents was just “whining.” The Vice writer said, “Last week, Fallon beat up another woman. In a fight. It’s what they do, these MMA fighters. No one forces them. People get hurt. All the time. It’s their job. I appreciate your gut reaction may be one of sympathy toward Fallon’s vanquished opponent, Tamikka Brents, but a china doll she isn’t. She’s a successful MMA fighter who could have opted out of the fight beforehand if she truly believed Fallon had an unfair advantage over her. After she lost, Tamikka went and whined about how “it just isn’t fair” for Fallon to fight women. Complaining after you lose isn’t just sour grapes-it’s downright tacky, Tamikka.”
The Vice writer was apparently unaware of the fact that Brents was not informed before the fight that Fox was, in fact, a biological male, according to The Post Millenial.
The truth is, men have significant physical advantages over women and there’s no amount of gender transitioning that can diminish this, though it seems to be a topic of much debate.
The Post Millennial reports:
There is no consensus among sporting organizations as to what gives a man enough of a disadvantage to compete against women. The International Olympic Committee says that a male needs to suppress testosterone to be at or below 10 nanomules per litre of blood for a period of one year prior to competition. Females who take testosterone would need years of hormones to get up to that.
Muscle mass does not substantially decrease with hormone treatment. Eradication of genitals does not diminish bone density. There are no cohesive Federal laws in the US to determine what makes a male eligible to compete against women, and while males have won women’s championships, female-bodied athletes have not risen to the upper levels of male competition.
As we have reported, scientists and medical professionals cannot seem to agree on what exactly should determine whether or not trans females are competing fairly against biological females in sports.
Meanwhile, however, many lawmakers around the country are advocating for simple common sense as they introduce pioneering legislation that would prohibit biological males from competing against actual women no matter what their “identity” happens to be.
As Fallon Fox has proven, biological male athletes who identify as females not only have physical advantages over their biological female counterparts, but they can pose a significant safety risk to them in certain sports.
There’s nothing brave about a biological man beating the tarnation out of an actual woman. It’s just shameful and abusive and it needs to be stopped, not celebrated.
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