Biological Male Wins Women’s Elite Division Of Cycling Race

A biological male won the women’s elite division of a cycling race in Massachusetts on Saturday.

Austin Killips, who identifies as a transgender woman, won the Verge Northampton International Cyclocross held in Northampton.

“The Northampton International organization firmly believes that all attendees should have an equal opportunity to participate in our event regardless of their race, color, religion, disability, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, or national origin,” the event’s inclusion policy states. Source: Daily Wire

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  1. In my opinion I feel this does not make any sense in any way, shape or form. When God made woman and man he said he made man stronger than the woman. When a man says I want to dress as a woman, wear lipstick and have beautiful breast. Fine but they are still stronger than women. When it comes to competition man are likely to win as a woman. Its wrong.


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