DISGUSTING: Two transgender pretenders win major women’s cycling competition

Two transgender pretenders were allowed to participate and won a women’s major cycling competition in the Illinois State Cyclocross Championships this weekend.

Both pretenders won first and second place with an actual woman taking third.

Here’s more via the New York Post:

Two transgender cyclists have once again snagged first and second place at a major women’s competition — with some calling their victories “outrageous” and an “assault” on the rights of biological female riders.

Tessa Johnson, 25, took first place in the women’s Single Speed category at the Illinois State Cyclocross Championships on Sunday, while Evelyn Williamson, 30, placed second.

The two — who previously sparked outrage when they took the same positions in the Chicago CycloCross Cup in October — were pictured on the podium with Kristin Chalmers, the sole biological female to medal.

Johnson also came in third in the women’s half race, winning $100 in prize money, records show.

She previously competed in men’s categories at Clemson University, but it was only after switching to compete as a transgender female that Johnson started picking up wins.

Williamson, meanwhile, has been racing in the women’s category since at least 2017, earning 18 titles.

But in 2020, she appeared to compete in both the men’s and women’s categories at the Sky Express Winter Criterium, where she won first place as a woman — yet did not place against the men.

These male cyclists can’t compete against actual men so they pretend to be female and prey on women’s sports. It’s absolutely outrageous. Non-pretending men aren’t allowed to compete in women’s cycling because they have an unfair advantage over women. But men pretending to be women are?? It makes zero sense.


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