Have you ever heard of the saying, a wolf in sheep’s clothing? Well, in this case, it’s man in woman’s clothing. And this man is called Hannah Mouncey.
Hannah Mouncey is a delusional man who thinks he’s a woman, but at 6′ 3, 250 lbs, he’s nowhere near being a woman. This giant hulk of a man would even be a force to reckon with in men’s sports. Yet, he was allowed to play in the women’s division of the Australian Football league.
Towering over the women in the football league, Hannah Mouncey said he would not take it easy on the women by not being afraid to hit them. And that he did. Hannah Mouncey broke a poor woman’s leg while being in a tangle with her.
Now this overgrown guy is playing on the Australian women’s handball team. Watching the video, you can see that this tower of muscle is able to block the women from throwing the ball into the goal.
Is this what we want to represent women’s sports? What kind of message are we sending to young women everywhere?
Many young women are working very hard, putting in years of sacrifice to master their sport, only to be robbed of the opportunity to climb to the top of their sport because they have to compete against a giant man.
This sends a message to women that they aren’t going to be able to enjoy their sport to the max, and that they aren’t as important as the men who play the same sport. It’s like saying, you can only play if giant men don’t enter your division, and identify themselves as women.
Before we know it, there will be nothing but men dressed in skirts playing all types of sports in the women’s division. Women will be non-existent, and then what? Should we just tell women that they aren’t allowed to play sports? And if they do, should we tell them they will never be a champion?
This type of garbage is setting women’s rights back hundreds of years. Women fought very hard to be able to work in various industries. They fought to be able to vote just like their male counterparts. And they worked their butts off to be able to play sports under fair, competitive conditions.
How is this fair that we allow these giant, childish men to take these rights away? Before we know it, women will be back in the kitchens cooking meals for the family, serving everyone before they can sit down and eat, and not being allowed to speak unless spoken to.
I think it’s great that we have women’s divisions in different sports. It gives women a chance to work towards goals and feel a sense of accomplishment. Women can enjoy a sense a pride and feel like they aren’t inferior to the other sex.
Letting these men take all that away is the biggest crime we could ever allow. That’s unless you like seeing men dressed up in skirts playing women’s sports. If that’s the case, start a men dressed up as women division, and leave the women alone.
This is Hannah Mouncey, who has already broken a woman’s leg while playing Australian Rules Football. This is what trans activists are fighting for. A world in which women cannot even compete in THEIR OWN SPORTS. pic.twitter.com/yfMWNtXXv8
— Graham Linehan (@Glinner) September 6, 2018
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