This Week in Men Shitting All Over Women’s Sports

November 2, 2011

Chris Tina Foxx Bruce is a failed bodybuilder, unable to qualify in male competition. He is also the latest crossdressing dude who thinks a brow-shave and some breast implants entitle him to shit all over female athletes by using forty years of testosteroned musculature and male frame to compete against females in, what else? Musculature. The 6 foot 1 inch father of two had to drop 40 pounds of muscle in order to qualify for entry into the Border States Classic Bodybuilding competition on Oct. 29th. I was too lazy to look for pictures, and as far as I could tell with a cursory search, he didn’t place in his first competition. This contest is a low grade physique competition which is more like a “fitness stripper” sort of display. These contests are highly policed for enforced sexualized femininity, which explains his interest. Nonetheless, this is yet another example of failed male middle aged athletes embarking on late-in-life competitive sports careers courtesy of women’s sports.

Contrary to the claims of Genderist advocacy organizations such as the National Center For Lesbian Rights (a former Lesbian advocacy organization now representing heterosexual males), males who take estrogen for a year or two don’t become female. Which is why we see guys like CTFB launching sports careers in middle age by exploiting female athletes. A legacy started by Renee Richards, who started a professional tennis career in his forties in women’s tennis after failing to qualify for men’s competition. (He now says that he was wrong to do so, and he is against transgender males competing in female sports).

There have been plenty of others. Like dickhead Michelle Dumaresq who shut women out of female competition for downhill mountain bike racing because he “felt female inside”.

Michelle Dumaresq

Lana Lawless, a retired SWAT officer who began his professional golf career in his late 50’s by exploiting female sports and is writing a book called “Golf Without Balls”. Lana tells ABC News “”I’m the only professional women’s golfer in the United States. I’m the champion.”

From Salon, according to the NCLR’s report ““to date, there is no available research or other reliable scientific evidence to either support or refute the position that transitioned athletes compete at an advantage or disadvantage compared with physically born men and women athletes.” Unfortunately, the rational response to such findings — a call for more research — may come up against significant roadblocks: “In view of the lack of available research and the methodology requirements for credible new research, the answer to that question may never be known with certainty given the low prevalence of transitioned individuals in the population.”

Well hell, that’s easy. Show me one single female transgender that embarks on a professional sports career in men’s sports in middle age. Just one. Ever. I’ll wait. But I won’t be holding my breath. But luckily all the competitive male athletes- those that haven’t failed at competing against other males- are staying in male sports. For now. It’s only the total dickheads doing this to women athletes. And the huge breast implants get in the way too.

In more This Week in Men Shitting All Over Women’s Sports: After females are finally permitted to compete in Olympic Boxing in the 2012 London games, the governing body is trying to force the women to compete wearing skirts internationally. Poland has already made skirt-boxing obligatory for females. “By wearing skirts, in my opinion, it gives a good impression, a womanly impression,” Poland coach Leszek Piotrowski told BBC Sport. “Wearing shorts is not a good way for women boxers to dress.”

Jesus. That just might get male transgenders interested in the sport.

From the BBC: “Ireland’s three-time world champion Katie Taylor, who won her fifth consecutive European lightweight title in Rotterdam, said: “It’s a disgrace that they’re forcing some of the women to wear those mini-skirts. We should be able to wear shorts, just like the men.

“I won’t be wearing a mini-skirt. I don’t even wear mini-skirts on a night out, so I definitely won’t be wearing mini-skirts in the ring.”

Mike Tyson in a skirt

Mike Tyson in a skirt

14 Responses to “This Week in Men Shitting All Over Women’s Sports”

  1. A male frame and 30-40 years of testosteroned musculature doesn’t get undone by a few years of estrogen. Trust.

  2. The Masked Lily Says:

    Ughhg, makes me nauseous just thinking about it. Such *dicks*.

  3. Bev Jo Says:

    Aren’t the truly most grotesque and ugliest of men those who try to appropriate our female identities?

  4. kittybarber Says:

    As a young lesbian, shortly after the passage of Title IX, I found refuge from the world of boys and men in womyns sports. From the age of 13 I competed in any team sport I was able to, from swimming to track and field, softball, basketball and field hockey. I continued in athletics until I was disabled in an accident at age 40. I found lesbians in sports, and empowerment of girls and womyn; most of all, I was able to leave males behind, and immerse myself in an all-female world. It was glorious.
    To know that now these men in womyn’s clothing will be allowed into all sports, including Olympic competition, breaks my heart. I think of each womun who will be displaced by these losers, every team that will be infiltrated by men and their male energy, and the loss that this represents to all the gains made by womyn after years of struggle for equal time on the courts and playing fields, and I want to cry–and I want to stop them.
    Apparently, my generation will have been the first as well as the last to experience the joy of athletics without having to compete against men. What a pity. And what a filthy way for these creeps to get theirs.

  5. GallusMag Says:

    From Huffington Post:
    “The parking lot was jammed,” Bruce said proudly. “The promoter told me he had a dozen media requests for coverage, but turned them down out of respect to the other contestants. Which, again, I understand. It’s a mental game.”

    [Contest organizer John]Lindsay — who emphasizes that he thinks Bruce is “a nice guy” and “am glad he participated” — tells a slightly different story.

    “I’ve been doing this for 25 years and sell out every year, so I see zero impact from him being in the show,” Lindsay said. “I will say this, during the preliminary rounds, the other contestant had four supporters there and he had none.”
    Meanwhile, Bruce says the reaction and support she says she received represents a great moment in her life and she is pleased that other contestants did speak with her rather than be standoffish.

    “It reinforced to me that I need to keep doing it,” she said proudly.

    If she does, it won’t be with Lindsay’s competition.

    “I don’t want to rain on the parade, but I was under the impression the hardware had been removed, and it hasn’t been,” Lindsay said. “We’re not going to have men competing against women and I am not setting up a transgender category.”

    Bruce concedes that she has not surgically transitioned, but says that shouldn’t mean anything.

    “Hormones are what makes the difference between male and female,” she said, adding that, at this point, her penis is just a urethra.

    She also says that while she was only competing against one other person, she believes the No. 2 position is a great personal victory.

    “Going through what I’ve gone through will make a person stronger than lifting weights,” she said.

    Although Bruce is keeping her eye on potential competitions, she also wants to build up her personal training business and has her eyes set on the perfect celebrity client: Chaz Bono, the transgender son of Cher, who has quick-stepped his way to controversy on “Dancing With The Stars” this season. ”

  6. It’s getting weirder and weirder. When will this insanity reach its peak and what comes after this?

  7. […] I read on Gender Trender a piece about men trying to take over women’s sports. It featured a bodybuilder named Chris Tina Foxx Bruce who, although possessing male organs was […]

  8. Becka Says:

    What if I compete? I’m born male with the klinefelter syndrome which means I’m at half normal (male) testosterone level all my life growing up. Even hypothetically I could never do sports on a professional level because I would never be able to be as strong as a male athlete, and I would never be accepted into female sport. If I were so inclined it would suck tremendously.

    • Anon Male Says:

      I love the comments there: everyone is a fucking professional on genetics and hormones except the one kid in nursing school who gets told “stfu until you finish school, then you can have an opinion like the rest of us bench warmers!”

    • GallusMag Says:

      You read my mind!

  9. […] like many transgender male athletes he views himself as a “disadvantaged” due to the social stigma he receives as a male who […]

  10. Margaret Says:

    Thank you Gallus for putting in so much work to find examples of males trying to erase us from sports. We need to bring this stuff to the fore as most news sites are either too afraid of tranny power or already infiltrated.

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