Our rulers tell us about the oppression of transsexuals in a never-ending roar. But it isn’t every day that we find an instance of a transsexual actually being oppressed. A guy named Wesley Mumford was shunned on the winner’s podium, having committed no worse crime than ruining a bike race for all the legitimate competitors:
On Sunday, 46-year-old Wesley Mumford, who … now goes by the name Lesley Mumford, trounced the competition in the 40-49 age bracket of the women’s Desert Gravel Co2Ut, a grueling 100-mile gravel race along the desert mountains of Colorado near the Utah border. In fact, based on the final results, it could hardly be considered a competition. The second-place finisher, Lindsey Kriete, crossed the finish line a full 17 minutes after Mumford, and third-place winner, Michelle Van Sickle, lost to Mumford by more than half an hour.
Wesley’s victory might have been even more impressive if he had identified as belonging in the 70–79 age bracket. But that would have been unsportsmanlike — I mean, unsportstranswomanlike.
Even after Mumford humiliated the women both physically and emotionally, he seemed nonplussed that Kriete and Van Sickle declined to join him on the winners’ podium.
Try not to burst into sobs on his behalf.
The CO2UT gravel race was yesterday.
Trans-identified male cyclist Lesley (Wesley) Mumford was in the women’s 40-49 age group (out of 14) and 6/33 for women overall on the 100 mile course.
Lesley doesn’t know why no one else showed up for the podium!#ThisNeverHappens pic.twitter.com/MtVUTrI91X
— (@i_heart__bikes) May 15, 2023
If women’s sports are to survive moonbattery, it will take more than boycotting farcical victory ceremonies. Women need to show solidarity by refusing to compete against men in events that are explicitly for women.
On tips from Franco, ABC of the ANC, and Mr. Freemarket.
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