NO...........It’s just no CRICKET!!!!!!!

What the hell is wrong with this world and where has it gone wrong?

What the hell is happening to common sense and the will of the majority?

SJWs that’s What has happened.

Remember a few years back when gay marriage was passed as law in Australia and we had a slice of the population trying to reassure the no voters that the social changes would stop there - well guess what it hasn’t. Like the proverbial snow ball rolling down a mountain, what will stop this insanity.

THE PANDORAS BOX IS OFFICIALLY OPENED. 

Who in their right mind thinks that it’s a good idea to let transgender men play cricket against women?

Who in their right mind believes it’s fair for women that have devoted the majority of their lives, to carve out a career but now have to compete against men in a female sport?

I think that transgender people have the right to express themselves and be who they want to be but there needs to be some set boundaries particularly around sport. For one thing they tend to be far stronger and athletic than the female counterparts. It could also be considered danergous for women to play against grown men, regardless if they’ve had hormone therapy and genital reassignment or not. There should be some lines drawn in the sand or all helll could break loose, especially when it comes to money.

Whats stopping Roger Federer from claiming he now believes he considers himself a woman and decides to play in the women’s circuit until the age of 60, winning everything in his path. It’s not a joke........ it’s a possibility that one day a  male could make this move to improve his chances of winning.

 

 

https://www.sportsradio.com.au/female-cricketers-who-object-to-playing-alongside-transgender-athletes-should-find-another-sport-says-former-australian-captain/

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  • Its nuts bro, but dont worry, this is backfiring against the SJW feminist clowns.

    Its proving a very good point.

    I was angry with it too but then i started to see it fracturing feminist groups and opinions on the left so ive started to think its good if for nothing else to prove that men and women are very different.

    • The world has gone stark raving mad alright, where it ends I hate to think

  • Whats priceless is seeing the TERF feminists reaction to these guys, they hate them with a passion and believe no man can become a woman.

    Im with the terfs here.

     

  • This really pisses me off. Why don’t females who have the surgery go and play with the men. They don’t because they know they won’t win even with hormones they are still strong their bone density is diffrent to a woman’s even after years of estrogen. Fkn sjws this world is becoming a joke.

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    • That was in 1963 Sluggy and they thought it was mad then.....but this was a comedy and they thought it was funny.

      Its funny these politically correct pricks of today cannot see that being serious about such rediculous situations should be as crazy as being how that movie saw itself.

      Transgender people have a difficult and particular path they have chosen to tread, I believe the genuinely honest ones have no intention in wanting to impose themselves in professional sport, but the more radical left see this particular situation as just another way to disrupt and add to  there own agendas.

      Heisen is right (radicaly so we know that) but commonsense is the logical and necessary response as he suggests.

  • The human race will in time become one gender with both male and female genitals in order for it to multiply. Male waxing and scaping is only the beginning.  

    • Puts a whole new definition on wanking Chief! Lol

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  • I find it more outrageous they are planning same sex toilets and changerooms and telling people "If you don't like these changes because you don't feel safe, go find another sport" lol.

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      Same sex toilets.

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