Do Biological Males Have A Place In Women’s Sports?

By Nico Lagan
May 3, 2023
By Nico Lagan
May 3, 2023

Physically, men are stronger, taller, bigger, faster, have higher bone and muscle density, and are more aggressive because of this beautiful substance called testosterone. Although this question is completely ludicrous, I will still ask it: Do biological males have a place in women’s sports? I don’t mean to spoil it for you, but hell the fuck no, they shouldn’t!

Outside of bowling, curling, pool, shooting sports, and other sports where physical attributes are not crucial: women and men don’t compete with one another, and there is a great reason for this! Size and strength do matter!

A study in the Journal of Applied Physiology found that, on average, men had 26lbs (12 kg) more skeletal muscle mass than women. Women had 40% less upper body strength and 33% less strength in their lower body. In 1993, in the European Journal of Applied Physiology, researchers concluded that the height and weight differences between men and women weren’t the only reason men are stronger. It appears that men also had a larger cross-section in individual muscle fibers.

All these physical differences make men better at physical work and activities. Easily noticeable in sports of all calibers. There is a good reason why men and women do not and should not compete against one another in sporting events.

Physical Differences – Biological Male vs Female

Here is a 12-time all-American swimmer Riley Gaines.

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And here is Lia Thomas, a biological male who competed against Riley at the NCAA back in 2022.
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To put it into perspective, Riley Gaines is 5’7, 130lbs, and Lia Thomas is 6’1, 185lbs. In case you didn’t know, the average height for a woman is 5’4 and 5’9 for a man. Making both of them taller than average. But look at the size difference when they are next to each other? Does that look fair to you? Do you think they should ever be allowed to compete with one another? Now compare Riley to the woman that finished 3rd on the right. That seems more like it, doesn’t it?

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ATLANTA, GA – MARCH 17: University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas accepts the winning trophy for the 500 Freestyle finals as second place finisher Emma Weyant and third place finisher Erica Sullivan watch during the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on March 17th, 2022 at the McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta Georgia. (Photo by Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

And here is arguably the best Olympian of all time, swimming royalty, Micheal Phelps, standing tall at 6’4 198lbs. He and Lia have similar sizes; it’s easy to see who Lia should compete against!

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It’s a crime

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Ever heard of Brittney Griner? Yes, that’s the 6’9 WNBA player who spent 10 months in a Russian jail! The one that believes that the reason she was imprisoned is the pay gap… Not because the 1g of weed she had in her suitcase is illegal in Russia! She believes that it is a crime to prevent people from playing in the league they want to play in. It’s easy to say when you stand at 6’9, and males haven’t entered your sports yet. I wonder how fast her opinion would change if guys started dunking on her? The only crime being committed here, Brittney, is allowing full-grown dudes to compete against biological women.

This can be a dangerous game!

At least in non-contact sports, there is no real danger for women. They are physically suffering for the unfair advantages of biological males, but what happens when men start entering female combat sports? Unfortunately, we don’t need to go very far to answer this question!

Here is 5’7 Fallon Fox, the first openly transgender mixed martial artist.

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And this is 5’3 Tamikka Brents

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Fallon and Tamikka fought at the 145 lbs at CCCW 12 back in 2014. Fallon won the fight by TKO, which happens all the time in combat sports, BUT Tamikka ended up with a concussion, a broken orbital bone, a broken skull, and 7 staples in her head.

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As the picture above clearly shows, men and women do not carry their weight the same way. Look at them! Fallon and Tamikka do not look the same weight at all. This is ridiculous. No wonder why it happened!

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This is why biological males have no place in women’s sports. There are only 2 viable solutions: either continue competing as a man against other men, or they can create their own league for them to compete in!

If, like me, you don’t think that biological males should be allowed to compete against women. It’s time to take a stand. Speak up! Write your mayor, your school board, or your congressman. If you are a female athlete, boycott the events biological males are competing in. Speak to other female competitors and have them join you. If your daughter is forced to compete with males, boycott the event, or join forces with other parents. Let sporting organizers know that you will not stand for it.

You have the power to change things, and here is the proof: Transgender cyclist Emily Bridges has been blocked from competing in an upcoming women’s cycling championship as claims emerged there was talk of a boycott by female riders.

I want to know what you think about this, so leave me a comment below!

Thank you for reading, I appreciate you, and I am grateful. Until next time, remember that the world is changed one man at a time and that it only takes one man to change the world!

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