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Leilani Armenta Makes History As First Woman To Ever Suit Up In HBCU College Football Game


I’m not here to pile on, I’m just here to report the news.

And we have a history making moment that happened this prior weekend.

Leilani Armenta has made history by being the first woman to take the field for the Jackson State Football team in a HBCU college football game.

Good for her if she legit earned the spot.

I just hope it wasn’t another Woke Virtue Signaling PR move.

I also hope she doesn’t get hurt out there.

College men running into her on a punt return or kickoff return could get very ugly very fast.

ESPN-W was loving the moment, but the kick was, how shall we say……”not good”:

Look, what do I know about football….

Not much!

Maybe it was just a brilliant play to catch them off guard and do an on-side kick?

“Biological Female” Kicker:

Again, I don’t know much about football or being a kicker, but what is that thing on her leg?

And is that legal?

I’ve never seen that before:

I don’t remember Mort Andersen or Vinatieri or the Gramatica brothers rocking one of those?

She seems like a nice girl and more power to her, but there ARE scientific (trust the science!) and real physical reasons why Men and Womens sports should sometimes be kept separate.

What do you think?

You know what I DON’T understand though?

Why does CHESS have Mens and Womens leagues?

Anyone explain that one to me?

Top Chess Federation Bans Transgender “Women”

Only 6 words but there is a LOT to unpack in that headline…

The International Chess Federation (FIDE) (unclear what FIDE stands for) has banned “Transgender Women” from competing in Women’s Chess Events.

I know, I know, I’ll get to the obvious question in just a second, but first let’s just cover the breaking story.

From Fox News, here are more details:

The International Chess Federation (FIDE) ruled that transgender women are barred from competing in the organization’s official events for females until an assessment of gender change is made by officials.

FIDE said the organization and its member federations “more often” received recognition requests from players who identify as transgender. The participation of transgender women would depend on an analysis of individual cases that might take up to two years.

“Change of gender is a change that has a significant impact on a player’s status and future eligibility to tournaments, therefore it can only be made if there is a relevant proof of the change provided,” FIDE said.

“In the event that the gender was changed from a male to a female the player has no right to participate in official FIDE events for women until further FIDE’s decision is made,” the organization said. “Such decision should be based on further analysis and shall be taken by the FIDE Council at the earliest possible time, but not longer than within 2 (two) years period. There are no restrictions to play in the open section for a person who has changed the gender.”

Ok, so now let’s address the elephant in the room and the obvious question I’m sure everyone is thinking right now:

WHY ARE THERE MEN’S AND WOMEN’S DIVISIONS IN….CHESS?

Right?

I wasn’t the only person thinking it, was I?

Chess has no physical component to it and is entirely mental, so does having divisions mean men are….smarter?

Many people online were asking or joking about it:

But as for a serious answer, I can’t seem to find one.

Other than apparently there IS a division in real life between men and women in Chess.

I can’t seem to find an explanation for it, but I did find this:

And this:

So it appears to be a real problem, I just can’t figure out WHY exactly….

Does anyone know?

Drop me a comment below, I’d love to hear what could possibly be the reason for women not being equally good at Chess!

Makes no sense!



 

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