Black Tranny Teens Track Wins Spark Demands for Rule Changes

TRANNY TERRY MILLER. #1.

TRANNY ANDRAYA YEARWOOD. #2.

Good grief, them’s some ugly trannies.

Simple rule: If you were born with a penis, you run track with the boys, not with the girls.

Oh wait, that would be discrimination!

Well, what about the girls who might like to win a race now and then.

WTNH

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — – Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood swept the competition at the state championships for girls track and field.

Miller, a sophomore at Bulkeley High School took first place in the 100 and 200 meter dash. Andraya, a sophomore at Cromwell High School took second in the 100 meter dash. The wins are not sitting well with everyone. Miller and Yearwood are both transgender, and some say it’s an unfair advantage and uneven playing field.

In a 2017 interview with News 8, Andraya Yearwood said even as a child, she identified as a girl.

“I had these pink and purple furry boots that I wore to school,” Yearwood said. “I guess since I was always different I learned to deal with it and grow tougher skin over it.”

Some parents and student-athletes have started petitions to change the policy that athletes in Connecticut high schools can play for gender specific sport they identify with. One petition is circulating in Plainville, the other in Glastonbury.

The CIAC, Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, says their policy is directly in alignment with state law and for their policy to change, state law would also have to change. They say they empathize and are listening to all athletes, but this is a very complex legal issue with multiple layers. Those we talked to agree, it’s a very complicated topic.

“You have some people who believe men are stronger and faster so I can understand if an athlete is born male but identifying as a female and compete as one, some females will feel a particular way about it,” Clinton Baker said.

“If she identifies as a girl then I think she should be able to run in the race because she can use the ladies room, she can wear a skirt, why not run and stay active,” Natasha Morgan said.

“The cream rises to the top,” Baker added. “Athletes now will tell you if you put UConn women on the court with men, UConn men might lose. It’s all in the spirit of competition, hard work and heart.”

Yearwood says she’s extremely grateful for the opportunity to be exactly who she says she has always been.

“I’m extremely grateful because I’ve heard of stories where some people don’t get the same opportunities as me and have had to go through really hard times with this,” Yearwood said.

Some things in this world are not fuzzy. Having an appendage versus a hole between your legs is one of them. If society says let trannies compete with girls, then why not let all males compete with them. Letting two nog males go up against the weaker sex is not only unfair to the girls, but also unfair to the other males.

11 thoughts on “Black Tranny Teens Track Wins Spark Demands for Rule Changes

  1. The simple way to solve this is for ALL of the actual girls to refuse to participate in any competition where there is a tranny. Let the tranny participate alone. Shouldn’t take long to get the message across.

  2. ALL actual girls, and all actual boys should boycott the entire public indoctrination system [schools] and the extracurricular activities sponsored by them. [which, we might add, makes a metric tonne of money for the schools, but somehow schools are always ‘underfunded’ and need MORE of your cash, yet no one ever seems to know where all that ‘athletics money’ ends up…] Starve the beast.

  3. This evil, p.c. crap is what I would expect to find in $hitholes like Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Danbury. Not in little towns like Cromwell, Plainville and Glastonbury.
    I am so thankful I no longer live in CT.
    The state used to run budget surpluses (without an income tax). Now it’s a bankrupt sanctuary state and both houses of the legislature recently voted – unanimously – to require HoloHoax indoctrination in public schools.

  4. Friends and family now say they will compete in the Special Olympics by identifying as wheelchair bound blind retards, for cash and prizes. They are favored to sweep most of the events and are protected by the Sybil Rites Axe of Equal Access to people of preferred pigments.

  5. I’m looking at this from another angle. I say let the trannies dominate all female competition. Prove the absurd androgeny agenda with extreme outcomes. How many little boys have to be humiliated by competing against women? How many boys are silently traumatized by getting beaten by girls in front of an audience? How many are internally conflicted with not wanting to cause bodily harm to a female competitor? Why is all of this now a national concern when boys have been getting shit on for years?

  6. Wait a minute! I though there was no difference between boys and girls and that sex was a gender construct. Can’t have it both ways you libertards.

  7. I still don’t understand why the girls are the ones that always have to suffer through this craziness

    Girls Bathroom
    Girls Sports
    Girls Dressing Room

    FOR GIRLS ONLY

    Why can’t we girls just be left alone and have something just for us

    Why do we girls always have to

    Give in
    Give out
    Give up

    ??? 👸

  8. Isn’t it great to see extremist man-hating women have their policies go full-circle.
    Decades of belittling strong heterosexual males has led to much sissyfication and even literal self-emasculation of men, and an acceptance, apparently by the majority of folk, that this is ‘a good thing’.
    Now it’s biting them in the arse!
    ‘The Law of Unforeseen Consequence’ is a truly wondrous thing…

  9. Trannies are confused FU people, so are homos. You know, I had a friend that rode my school bus with me 8th-12th grades. I suspected he was homo but he himself was very confused during our high school years. I was much more liberal than I am today. I stuck up for him when he was being bullied on the bus…alot. Had a few fights over it, I mostly lost but could bring some pain to the opposing party before I went down. They didn’t bother him or me again. That one anyway. But there’s always a new one coming. No one is as bad as they think they are as there is always a tougher meaner one around the corner. I am not a fighter, nor do I get any pleasure from watching anyone being humiliated or beaten. OK well yes I do when they certainly deserve it and have it coming. This boy (who was White) did not. He didn’t ever bother anyone and was very small in stature. We didn’t hang out after school, or even in school, but on the bus. I thought we were kind of friends. Fast forward to 20 yr high school reunion. I ran into D. We hung out at reunion and talked and became friends on FB (I know, I know). We didn’t see each other as he lived in another city, only FB contact. Everything was going swimmingly, until Donald Trump was elected. One day he was bashing our prez on FB so I said something about it. Instant FB drop. I became the homo’s worst enemy in just a few seconds. Forgotten (quickly) was all the times I put my ass on the line for this little shit. That’s been a couple of years ago. I looked him on FB this week out of curiosity and he looks really bad. I think he may have aids, don’t know. And sadly, at this point, don’t care. No sympathy here. When I think back, I should have never intervened. You know how animals will sometimes kill one of their own? If an animal is injured or sick others of its kind will attack and kill it. I get it now. If an animal is sick, the disease must be eradicated before it spreads to others. A built-in kind of defense mechanism. I guess I’m saying it appears to me that animals are smarter than I am. I should have let nature take its course. They are diseased and should not be allowed into the general population. I don’t feel guilty, because as I said, I didn’t understand things the way I do now. We can learn alot from the animal kingdom. If only we would.

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