Uh…Female Track Team Welcomes New Teammate: a Guy

Another case of a male born human who one day decides that he “identifies” as a woman. It’s really not that simple. Unless you’re a liberal, of course.

A Connecticut high school FEMALE track team will now be adding a new teammate to the team. Only this teammate has 3 things the girls don’t. I’ll give you one guess what they are.

The freshman boy, Andraya Yearwood, recently tried out for the female track team and made it. Of course he is being praised for being “brave” but that’s not exactly the word I would use.

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According to Yearwood’s coach, “His presence on the team was just like having any other girl except this one runs very fast.”

Anyone else having a Statefarm moment? “Well that’s because she’s a guy, so….”

The coach continued, “She has just been a member of the team running hard day in and day out. It has been like every other athlete. We have a girl on the team who runs pretty quickly. And I think the girls are pretty happy to have a girl on the team that runs pretty quickly. … It is going to be a positive thing for the whole team.”

Yearwood’s school district gave him permission to participate on the girls’ team. He is considering sexual reassignment surgery to transition to female and plans to take puberty and hormone blockers.

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