Last week, the Big Sky Conference named a male runner as the female NCAA cross-country athlete of the week. Jonathan “June” Eastwood previously competed with the men, but now identifies as female, and, upon “transitioning” competes on the women’s team. His best times in competitions on the men’s team were faster than longstanding women’s records.
This is a terrible injustice to the girls he competes against, and yet, he’s celebrated for it.
Across America, girls’ competitive sports are being infiltrated by boys who “identify” as girls and then proceed to crush the competition.
In Connecticut, two high school boys who identify as girls have repeatedly dominated in statewide track meets, robbing girls of opportunities they’ve worked for years to achieve.
A man who identifies as a woman also dominated at the Masters Track Cycling World Championships in England.
This isn’t right.