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"South Park" snicker at the absurdity of trans-athletes participating in women's competitions

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Once again, the cartoon for adults touches on an extremely sensitive topic, which the female part of the sports society is afraid to talk about, beingware of attacks from the LGBT community. This time, the painted characters gathered to discuss the injustice of the participation of former men in competitions against women.

The popular character Vice Principal Strong Woman, opens the competition as a favorite and a contender for victory. Miss Woman says she is pleased to participate in these competitions.

“There just so many amazing women athletes here today. It makes me so proud!” Strong Woman said.

The presenter indicates that this is an unusual competition and now she will compete with trans-athlete Heather. Vice Principal says this is a historic event and she is pleased to welcome the new member.

“It’s amazing. I feel honored to be a part of history, says Strong Woman. “I have a lot of incredible trans friends who are athletes, and so we’re all inspired this woman’s competing.”

A trance woman appears in the frame, who began to identify herself as such only 2 weeks ago and has already received approval from the sports association. When asked about his transition, the cartoon character explodes in anger.

“I’m not here to talk about my transition. I’m here to kick some fuckin’ ass,” he responds. “Let me tell you something… I’m gonna roll up the other women here, and I’m gonna smoke ’em. I am the strongest woman this state has ever seen!”

"South Park" snicker at the absurdity of trans-athletes participating in women's competitions

After the competition, you can evaluate this analogy for real life. After the competition, PC Principal and Vice Principal Strong Woman drive by the car, there is an awkward pause and dialogue.

“I guess she just started identifying as a woman a few weeks ago,” he wonders. “Doesn’t really seem fair.”

“Just don’t,” Strong Woman interjects. “You’ll upset the PC Babies.”

This picture clearly demonstrates the fear of opposing injustice in women's sports and the constant suppression of the problem.

Image: youtube.com

Author: Usa Really