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 Post subject: The Advantages Of Being TransGender
PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 6:53 pm 
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Female to male transbender is kicking the shit out of the opposition in her/his/it's high school wrestling league. It's like the 70's East German womens Olympic team all over again...

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Mack Beggs' first pin of the Class 6A state girls wrestling championship came in Saturday morning's semifinal match, launching the transgender grappler from Euless Trinity High School into the championship match in the 110-pound weight class.

That match is expected to start around 5 p.m.

Beggs, who dismantled two opponents on Friday’s opening day, winning both by major decisions, picked up his third consecutive state-tournament victory with a pin of familiar rival Kailyn Clay of Grand Prairie. Beggs also defeated Clay in last week's regional tournament before Clay also advanced to state.

After the match, Clay followed suit with the other wrestlers who have been pitted against Beggs, a female transitioning to a male more than a year into testosterone treatment, and declined to speak with reporters and was quick to exit the competition area at the Berry Center in the Cypress-Fairbanks school district.

Beggs is now 55-0 on the season.

Other than more television cameras and reporters hanging around Beggs' matches, the state tournament has been mostly routine despite the controversy swirling around Beggs' gender and the UIL rule that forces him to wrestle as a girl and against girls.

Fans mostly cheered after Beggs' victories, but there were some outliers.

One woman during Friday's action could be heard after Beggs’ victory over Mya Engert yelling at the Tascosa wrestler, “At least you got out there.

At the regional tournament, two wrestlers forfeited rather than grapple with Beggs. One, Coppell’s Madeline Rocha, who had already qualified for state, lost her opening-round state match Friday.

After losing to Beggs, who has has been on testosterone treatments since October 2015, Engert left the mat in tears and her coach tersely declined an interview request for her wrestler. Many of the coaches have said they’re not upset at Beggs, but just the predicament of their girls having to wrestle against an athlete on testosterone.

One athletic director watching the action, who asked for his name not to be used because of the sensitivity of the issue, said he believes “there is cause for concern because of the testosterone,” adding, “I think there is a benefit.”

At least one wrestling parent, Patti Overstreet, yelled “cheater” at Beggs.

“Look at how beefed up she is,” Overstreet said. “It’s because she’s taking an enhancement. Whether she’s a boy, girl, wants to be purple or blue it doesn’t matter. When you’re using a drug and you’re 10 times stronger than the person you’re wrestling because of that drug, that shouldn’t be allowed.”

Beggs’ matches did not draw any more of a crowd than any other match taking place simultaneously on the 10 connected mats inside the mostly filled Berry Center in the Cypress-Fairbanks school district.

While Beggs has said he’d prefer to wrestle against boys, University Interscholastic League rules force Beggs to compete as a girl. The UIL uses an athletes birth certificate to determine gender, a measure overwhelmingly approved by the state’s school superintendents a year ago.

The rule prohibits girls from wrestling in the boys division and vice versa.

UIL provides an exception for a steroid that is prescribed by a medical practitioner for a valid medical purpose. The UIL has reviewed Beggs’ medical records and granted him permission to compete while taking testosterone.

Beggs and Trinity coach Travis Clark decided prior to the tournament to decline interviews until after the tournament when Beggs hopes to earn his first state title in three trips to state.

. Lisa Latham, the mother of Beggs’ first opponent Friday, said she wanted her daughter to forfeit the match, and her chance of earning a state medal.

“I wanted her to forfeit as a protective mom,” Lisa Latham said. “She’s a fighter. She’s not a quitter. She’s a senior. She fought for the last three years to get here. She was going to see it through, even though I wasn’t sharing the same opinion.”

Tyler Latham shook hands with Beggs, who then raised his arms and pointed high into the stands where his mother, father, sister, stepmom and stepdad were all seated in the same row in the second deck of seating

Prior to the start of the tournament, UIL deputy executive director Jamey Harrison addressed Beggs’ situation and said he does not believe the UIL’s birth certificate rule, because of its overwhelming support, will be “changed anytime soon.”

“This was a lengthy, lengthy process in deciding the various options we had in front of us so that the legislative council could make an informed decision,” Harrison said.

The finals are scheduled for 4:45 p.m. Saturday.

Another Tarrant County wrestler in the same weight class as Beggs, Anna Delaney of Fort Worth Paschal, lost her medal bid in the quarterfinals, falling to Annamarie Crixell of Conroe Oakridge.

A lawsuit was filed to try to keep Beggs from competing at the state tournament, but Coppell attorney Jim Baudhuin, also a parent of a female wrestler, said the suit is being revised to keep Beggs from competing as a girl next season.

The suit claims that allowing a wrestler to compete on testosterone exposes other female athletes to bodily harm.

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 Post subject: Re: The Advantages Of Being TransGender
PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:06 pm 
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That is one dude-ish pussy chick . . . boy, (girl?) . . . person . . .

I wonder how big her clit is these days?

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 8:20 pm 
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Wouldn't a transgender female transitioning to male "normally" be sexually attracted to females?

So the league allows the tremendous advantage of androgens and then puts "him" in tights and tells "him" to rolls around on the floor with girls in tights?

Of course, a goodly portion of the female wrestlers are probably lesbian....but....Hell, I'm confused.

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I'm actually shocked that they even have "female wrestling." I wasn't aware that was a Greco-Roman tradition, but what the hell did I know. Honestly surprised there are enough female's interested in that that it is a sport.

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Yes, this whole idea of half naked men and women grappling with each other is alien to American culture.

Pammy;

Can you help us here? Should the guy without a dick wrestle women or should he wrestle men?

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A longer article and I am posting this from an IPad so please click on the linked article.

https://www.dailysignal.com/2019/05/06/ ... ical-boys/

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8th Place: A High School Girl’s Life After Transgender Students Join Her Sport

Kelsey Bolar / @kelseybolar / May 06, 2019 / 720 Comments


The girl who is the focus of the article is a competitive athlete.
She has hopes of qualifying for the state finals and then playing her sport in college (I am guessing with the possibility of some sort of athletic scholarship).

Unfortunately for her, two transgender boys are in her events and pushed her out of qualification.

I really think that this issue is going to become more prevalent as more states/state athletic associations allow transgender athletes to compete against athletes different than their original gender.

Women will find athletic scholarships and athletic opportunities harder and harder to achieve.

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I went to a Super Bowl party at the old Sands in Las Vegas once. They had Dick Butkus signing autographs and they had female mud wrestling with two really hot chicks. They send in this young guy in a Speedo to wrestle them and he immediately sports wood. :lol: The ref had to stop the match.

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jack t ripper wrote:
I went to a Super Bowl party at the old Sands in Las Vegas once. They had Dick Butkus signing autographs and they had female mud wrestling with two really hot chicks. They send in this young guy in a Speedo to wrestle them and he immediately sports wood. :lol: The ref had to stop the match.


In like 8th grade, I went to school one day wearing no underwear and sweat pants. Everything was fine until gym class . . . it was the day when the boy and girls classes collaborated to do dance . . . :oops:

My last name rhymes with "pecker" and lets just say that I was getting called a nickname along those lines for more years than I care to remember . . .

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IMO they need an It league.

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