A Rough Fin-Landing: Trans 'Woman' Who Can't Skate Represents Finland at Figure Skating World Championships

Nick Kangadis | January 31, 2023
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Some things are just stupid, and virtue signaling using talentless people merely to avoid the wrath of the Alphabet Mafia — otherwise known as the LGBTQIA+LMNOP% community — makes the signaler look even more like they need to learn how to read.

Take the country of Finland. They found the one Finnish person who couldn’t ice skate to carry their flag at the opening ceremony for European Figure Skating Championships last week.

Why did that person somehow qualify to do the deed for Finland? Because they’re a trans woman, and, in case you didn’t know, trans people are borderline superheroes who can do no wrong.

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In reality, this specific trans “woman” couldn’t skate in the least, resulting in a great fall that was only corrected by an actual female figure skater who helped the trans skater up off the ice.

According to Breitbart:

The skater, Minna-Maaria Antikainen, previously known as Markku-Pekka Antikainen, is a 59-year-old biological male who suddenly came out as trans a few years ago and decided to take up figure skating. During the ceremony, Antikainen delivered a sort of shaky, slow-motion spin around the ice, then fell and could not get up until a young woman skated over to offer a helping hand.

It was embarrassing, and not only should Finland be embarrassed, but the trans community should be embarrassed for not expecting more out of their “representation."

Here’s the video for all who haven’t had a good laugh in a while:

It would be sad if mediocrity wasn’t accepted as brave in our society.


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