Biological Male Goes From 172 to 4th In Cross Country Rankings After 'Transitioning'

Brittany M. Hughes | October 3, 2023
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If at first you don’t succeed? Just change genders and give it another shot.

Because chances are, if you’re a biological male, that little switch-a-roo’s gonna work out for you just fine - collateral damage be damned.

A transgender high school sophomore in Maine is making waves this week after catapulting to the top of the state rankings in girls’ cross country, just a year after competing on the boy’s team left him eating everyone else’s track dust.

Soren Stark-Chessa, a biological male who was was ranked 172nd in the district as a freshman in the boy's competition just last year, is now fourth in the district after deciding to “identify” as a girl and switching to compete on the female team.  Stark-Chessa, a tall kid with defined muscles who looks about as male as male can be except for some hair braids that aren't fooling anyone, finished fifth last week at the Festival of Champions in Belfast, where he edged a biological female off the podium and pissed off a whole lot of people in the process.

According to the Daily Mail, one dad, a doctor whose two kids compete in the state’s high school cross country meets, said it makes no sense that an athlete who’s caught uses performance-enhancing drugs is disqualified, but a male with a distinct biological advantage is celebrated.

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“If a boy, competing in a sporting event, were found to be using performance enhancing drugs, he would be disqualified due to the presumption of unfair competitive advantage,” he said. “If instead, that same boy chose to compete as a girl, he would not only not be disqualified due to his enormous presumptive competitive advantage, he would be lauded, feted and applauded.”

Susan Sonntag, the athletics director at Stark-Chessa's school, insisted she was “proud” that a subpar-performing biological male was allowed to trounce his female competitors, citing a state law barring “unlawful educational discrimination.”

“We support all our students at Maine Coast Waldorf School, and are proud that our students are given the opportunity to participate in all of our school programs,” Sonntag said.

No matter how many girls have to suffer for it, apparently. So much for “women’s rights.”

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