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Tokyo: Hubbard's defeat isn't a victory for women
This defeat is, paradoxically, more useful to the cause of transhumanism than a victory would have been, since it will be used as proof that hormones are enough to make a male body 'equal' to a female body

Tokyo: Hubbard's defeat isn't a victory for women
This defeat is, paradoxically, more useful to the cause of transhumanism than a victory would have been, since it will be used as proof that hormones are enough to make a male body 'equal' to a female body

Tokyo: trans Hubbard loses but doesn't let women win
Paradoxically, "Laurel's" defeat is more useful to the cause of transhumanism than his victory. Trans-activists will use it to "prove" that if a trans man was unable to win against women, then it is true that hormones are enough to make a male body "equal" to a female one

Olympics, 2 August: the unmissable Laurel Hubbard, first trans athlete to compete!
Born Gavin, Hubbard has made a big splash in women's weightlifting ever since he considered himself as a woman. But he is not given as a favorite: maybe even for the IOC a gold medal would be embarrassing to explain in front of the world

Olympics, August 2: unmissable Laurel Hubbard, first trans athlete competing!
Born Gavin, Hubbard has made a splash in women's weightlifting since declaring himself a woman. But she is not given as a favourite: perhaps even for the IOC a gold would be embarrassing to manage in front of the world

I was the fastest girl in Connecticut. Until I had to compete with men
A silence covers the scandal of the invasion of women's sports by male "body snatchers". But finally some athletes, destined for certain defeat, begin to speak

Tokyo Olympics: men's bodies in women's sports. The first is Laurel Hubbard
A mediocre athlete in men's weightlifting, Hubbard obviously wins in the women's category. Protests grow, but four more T athletes prepare for Tokyo

Also ok in France for men who call themselves women in women's sports. The bomb could explode at the Olympics with a sensational "me too" from the athletes

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