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New Hampshire ‘transgender’ boy qualifies for New England championships after 4th place at state meet, displaces girls

This is Maelle Jacques, a freshman at Kearsarge Regional High School in North Sutton, NH.

Maelle is a boy, who identifies as a girl, despite not only being a man, but has chosen the made-up name Maelle. Even his last name is both a boy’s name and a piece of clothing that supports male genitalia.

Being a boy, Maelle has gone through childhood puberty and is noticeably taller and stronger than the girls she now runs with on the track. He ran a 5:26 mile at the state championships, which wouldn’t have even qualified for the meet had he run as what he really is: a boy. Freshmen running 5:26 miles are a dime a dozen.

But because Maelle has declared that she is female, she finished fourth in the girls’ competition. This is significant for two reasons:

  1. Her girl’s team got 5 points for her team.
  2. The top 6 girls in each event qualify for the New England Championships, which means Brooke Bouchard of the Hollis-Brookline Regional would have qualified if you were running against an all-girls field.

Maelle is also a freshman, and her body will grow much stronger and faster than other girls over the next three years. That was just the beginning. The records will be falling in the coming years.

Check out Maelle three weeks ago at the Wilderness Championships blatantly blowing away the girls field in 1:28:00.

Boy, it’s really hard to tell which one has balls.

Just listen to this shameless brat brag about his accomplishments at that meet, where Kearsarge finished second and also placed 5th in the high jump.

“I was just trying to keep the stress down, not use up too much energy since the status is Wednesday.”

Do you already have it? It was such that he would win this meet that he could conserve his energy for the State Championship meet. And in the fall he’ll be playing goalie for the girls’ soccer team, where he’ll have an obvious advantage because male puberty has made his arms and legs much longer than girls’.

Maelle continued this weekend to finish with a personal best of 5:16 at the New England Championships, good for 14th overall.

Keep in mind that there is a ceiling for female athletes, and often in distance running, they peak their freshman or sophomore year. A sophomore girl running a 4:56 mile only has so much room for improvement. No matter how hard he trains, he will struggle to ever break 4:50.

But boys almost always get better with age. A kid who runs a 5:16 mile as a freshman can easily go under 5 minutes as a sophomore, and if he works hard enough, improve to under 4:40 as a senior. Maelle’s ceiling is significantly higher, not because she works harder or wants it more, but because she has XY chromosomes.

Conversely, these are the boys’ schedules for the same meeting:

It’s funny how we never see female athletes race against male athletes and have the same level of success. Almost as if there was something about biological sex that gave boys some sort of advantage over girls.

Why hasn’t the New Hampshire state legislature done anything about it? Both the House of Representatives and the Senate are controlled by Republicans. The governor is supposedly a Republican. Banning boys from women’s sports is an obvious point that even many liberals agree with. This is a major cultural issue that is being debated across the country and many states like New Hampshire have banned it from happening. Someone should write a law and get it passed and signed before Maelle can beat the girls at soccer next year. New Hampshire is also the first presidential primary, and every Republican candidate should use that injustice in their campaign.

Some will say that the other girls should refuse to compete against the boys, and while I agree with that sentiment, it’s just not going to happen. We shouldn’t be counting on 14-year-old girls to be our civil rights leaders. We should protect them with legislation.

Anyway, sport is the most obvious area where transgender is exposed for the fraud that it is, but it is not enough to reject transgender in sport. We must all reject it. A boy can never become a girl, no matter how many hormones he takes or how many surgeries he gets. “Gender-affirming attention” is an Orwellian term adopted by communists to urge children to hate themselves and try to be someone they are not. Real gender-affirming care would teach kids to accept themselves as they are, not reject it and play Frankenstein with their bodies. You can cut off your dick and make a replica vagina out of spare tissue, but you’ll never produce eggs, you’ll never have a female orgasm, you’ll never have the ability to get pregnant, and you’ll never menstruate. You will never be a real woman. Always.

Allowing boys like Maelle to beat girls in sports hurts other girls who are displaced by it, but it also hurts boys like Maelle, who are taught that the only way they can be happy is to reject the his true identity. If a kid hates being black every day and wants to be white, we won’t accommodate that. If a kid didn’t like his arm and wanted to cut it off, we wouldn’t help him do that. If a child weighs 80 pounds because they have an eating disorder, but they think they’re fat and want to be thinner, we don’t encourage them to keep losing weight.

But yet the official platform of the Democratic party is that we should celebrate guys like Maelle beating up girls and doing things to their bodies under the false promise that it will turn them into women. These kids need serious psychological help, not a bunch of adults lying to them about who they really are.

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