Nike Helps Block Tennessee Bill Preventing Biological Males From Competing Against Girls

The letter sent to the legislature clearly stands up for corporate greed over basic principles such as preserving the incredible strides made in women’s athletics in the past few decades.

Policies that signal that the state is not welcoming to everyone put our collective economic success at risk,” the letter says. “It is both a business imperative and core to our corporate values that our customers, our employees and their families, and our potential employees feel fully included in the prosperity of our state.”

Last October, Vice President Mike Pence slammed Nike for staying silent over the Chinese crackdown in Hong Kong.

Nike promotes itself as a so-called social justice champion, but when it comes to Hong Kong, it prefers checking its social conscience at the door,” Pence said.

A progressive corporate culture that willfully ignores the abuse of human rights is not progressive, it is repressive,” the vice president added.

It’s indisputable that biological males have a distinct advantage in competition against females. Yet, more state athletic organizations are opening the door for self-identified transgenders to compete and dominate girls’ sports. One could surmise they never really supported the concept of women’s athletics to begin with.

A trans MMA fighter made headlines in 2014 after cracking the skull of the female opponent.

Back in 2014 Fox was fighting her female opponent Taika Brents. It would be “just another fight” for Fallon and Tamika if Tamika didn’t suffer serious injuries before she was TKO’d.

Everything happened in the first round and in the first two and a half minutes. It was messy, it was bloody and it’s not an easy viewing for everybody. Tamika suffered a concussion and a broken skull and Fallon Fox wasn’t stopping until Tamika Brents was finally TKO’d.

After the fight, Tamika Brents gave an interview and she said that she never felt such power and strength at any woman before she was fighting Fallon Fox.

“I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not because I’m not a doctor. I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right… I still disagree with Fox fighting. Any other job or career I say have a go at it, but when it comes to a combat sport I think it just isn’t fair.” – Tamika Brents said.


Source: Breitbart, Bjj World



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