Under the guidance of former President Barack Obama and his worldwide liberal fanbase, the lines between genders took a murky and confusing turn.
Obama may go down in history as the U.S. President with some of the more bizarre, fetishistic legislative obsessions in modern history. During his lamest of lame duck terms, the controversial leftist President took a wildly vigorous stance on the rights of transgender people, or, people who identify as a gender that is not biologically factual. Obama’s main weapon in the unnatural normalization of gender fluidity were bathrooms funded by government money…in our children’s schools, no less.
After a decree by the President threatened the funding of these public institutions should they not open up every bathroom to every person, some major corporations followed suit and were subsequently the victim of massive American boycotts.
Obama’s influence on the world, however, is far from finished, and it is destroying the spirit of competition on a global scale. Take the case of born-male weightlifter “Laurel” Hubbard.
“Kiwi weightlifter Laurel Hubbard has dominated her first major competition, taking out the Australian International in Melbourne on a night she made history as the first transgender athlete to represent New Zealand.
“Hubbard, 39, won the women’s over 90kg division at the Melbourne event, setting four unofficial national records in the process. Hubbard lifted a combined total of 268kg – 19kg better than silver medallist Iuniarra Sipaia of Samoa.
“‘We have to follow the policy of the International Olympic Committee and the International Weightlifting Federation. They do not acknowledge in any way the gender identity of an athlete other than male or female; they’re not described as transgender,’ [Garry Marshall, president of the Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand] said.
“Hubbard, who once competed at national level as Gavin Hubbard, transitioned in her mid-30s.”
Hubbard is one of several male athletes who have transitioned to female in recent years, some emboldened by the protection afforded by Obama’s unfortunate influence on the world. Now, with competitions on the international stage being tainted by the so-called “fluidity” of gender, how will the very concept of sport survive?