Transgender Powerlifter Who Broke 4 World Records Is Stripped of Titles Because She Was ‘Still a Man’

Hannah Bleau

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There’s been an increasing number of stories detailing the struggle of girls losing competitions to trans-girls.

Back in February, it was reported that a trans-girl at Cromwell High School dominated the high school girls indoor track championships. Another trans-girl– Terry Miller of Bloomfield High– won first place.

Across the board, men possess physical and physiological advantages. Despite that, SJWs are determined to allow boys/men to compete against girls/women. However, some organizations are taking a closer look and making what’s considered to be “tough” calls.

Transgender powerlifter Mary Gregory competed in the Powerlifting Federation competition last month, and his/her competitors didn’t stand a chance. Gregory apparently broke a number of records in the squat, bench press and deadlift for his/her weight class.

However, 100% Raw Powerlifting Federation president Paul Bossi released a statement, revoking Gregory’s titles and world records. Why? Because Gregory is a biological male, and it seems odd to give a biological male credit for breaking world records in the female sector of a sport.

Bossi said they determine who competes against who using “physiological classification”– not “identification.” In other words, biology reigns. Feelings do not.

“It was revealed that this female lifter was actually a male in the process of becoming a Transgender female,” Bossi said in the statement.

“Our rules, and the basis of separating genders for competition, are based on physiological classification rather than identification,” the statement continued.

“On the basis of all information presented to the Board of Directors for this particular case, the conclusion made, is that the correct physiological classification is male,” the statement added.

“Since the lifter’s gender classification for the purpose of our rules is not consistent with female, no female records will be broken by these lifts.”

Many say this was the right call. Of course, SJWs adamantly disagree.

h/t HotAir