Trans 'Female' Wins Middle School Girls' Shot Put Competition By Three Feet

Brittany M. Hughes | April 23, 2024

Remember the five middle school girls who refused to participate in a shot put competition after finding out they’d be throwing against a biological boy? Turns out they had a pretty good reason - and the final results of the competition proved it.

It started early last week, when the Richmond, Virginia-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled against a 2021 West Virginia law that mandated students in public schools and colleges compete on teams that matched their biological gender, regardless of their “identity.” Becky Pepper-Jackson, a 13-year-old biological male who ran track on her middle school's girls team despite not actually being a girl, sued the state over the law, claiming discrimination. And it seems the science-denying, anti-woman circuit court agreed.

In his ruling, Judge Toby Heytens wrote that asking Pepper-Jackson to choose between participating in sports and rejecting his “gender identity” is “is no real choice at all.”

“The defendants cannot expect that B.P.J. will countermand her social transition, her medical treatment, and all the work she has done with her schools, teachers, and coaches for nearly half her life by introducing herself to teammates, coaches, and even opponents as a boy,” Heytens wrote.

So because it would be difficult for this biological male to accept that he is, in fact, a biological male, the onus is then put on biological females to forfeit their spaces, their achievements, and their opportunities to a dude who would be inconvenienced by having to live like one.

Related: GUTS: Teen Girls Refuse to Throw Shot Put Against Biological Male

In response to the ruling, five bold female athletes declined to participate in a shot put competition against Pepper-Jackson, a contest that was clearly stacked against them and in favor of a male student with clear physical advantages.

And it appears those were pretty good instincts. According to the final score, Pepper-Jackson won the meet by three full feet, ending the meet with a 32-foot throw. The second place runner-up - an actual female athlete - finished with a 29-foot throw.

But hey, as long as this boy doesn’t get his feelings hurt, and as long as all the braindead adults in the room don't have to grapple with actual facts and science, I suppose all the actual girls can just shut up and take it.

After all, who really cares about their feelings?

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