Cross-dressing males pretending to be females and participating in females sports is an epidemic that is plaguing the country right now with males — who are anatomically stronger and more athletic naturally — continuously winning championships. The epidemic has led some female athletes to launch lawsuits to prevent this from happening.
Thankfully, however, some of these perverted men who are simply trying to glorify themselves and destroy athletics for women are actually losing. The Washing Times has reported that one cross-dressing male lost to an actual female in a recent high school championship race.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (Washington Times) — A female high school student defeated a transgender athlete in a Connecticut state championship race, just two days after a lawsuit was filed in an effort to block transgender athletes from participating in girls sports in the state.
Chelsea Mitchell, of Canton High School, won the Class S 55-meter dash title on Friday night with a time of 7.18 seconds, edging Terry Miller of Bloomfield High School. Miller, a transgender athlete, finished at 7.20 seconds.
The families of Mitchell and two other female high school runners filed the federal lawsuit on Wednesday, arguing that allowing athletes with male anatomy to compete has deprived them of track titles and scholarship opportunities.
The lawsuit centers on Miller and another transgender sprinter, Andraya Yearwood, of Cromwell High School, who have frequently outperformed their cisgender competitors. The two seniors have combined to win 15 girls state indoor or outdoor championships since 2017, according to the lawsuit.