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Saturday, March 19, 2022

Man Vs. Woman


Man Vs. Woman

A popular theme in many a movie, sitcom and especially commercials these days, is a woman defeating a dude in events that men would be assumed to be superior. 

The theme; woman can do anything a man can do.

It is funny to see the woman surprise the man with her unsuspected superior ability.  Men think it is funny.  Woman think,

“See there isn’t anything we can’t do as well or better than a man.”

Women can do most things as well as any man.  Often as not they can do almost anything better than a man.  However, if it involves strength, sorry, I know this is politically incorrect, but men are stronger.

Not just a little stronger, but a whole heck of a lot stronger.  Men are stronger and faster than women.  The science is settled.

Yes, there are a very few extraordinarily gifted women that can hold their own athletically with men, not at a professional level, but certainly at an amateur level.

The late great Andy Kaufman, a comedian with a strange sense of humor, had a successful act where he challenged women in his audience to a wrestling match.  Andy was not an imposing physical specimen.  He was just an ordinary dad-bod dude.  He egged on and insulted his audience until finally a woman would accept his challenge.

A woman with real muscles would take on his challenge, and Andy always won.  He not only won; he would humiliate the challenger.  The strongest woman in the audience was no match for this ordinary man.

Hell, I am 76 years old and I very much doubt there are many women of any age who could beat me in a fight…not that I would ever fight a woman.  OK, there a few like Ronda Rousey that would kick my sorry butt in seconds, but still…

Currently the woman’s sports world is in a quandary over a male swimmer turned female who is winning all the races.  This person was a good swimmer on the men’s team, good not great.  As a woman this average collegiate athlete is dominating the pool.

Young women who have worked hard to be the best at their sport are angry about losing to this six-foot+ used to be a man.

The woke world doesn’t know what to do.  If they protest her participation, then they are admitting there are some things where dagnabit, men are superior.  Then if they protest, they are also offending the LGBTQ community.

Interestingly enough, who is the loudest voice protesting this man turned woman competing against women always been women?

Kaitlin (formerly Bruce) Jenner.  The one-time world’s greatest athlete when she was a he believes a her used to be a he has too much of an advantage and should not be allowed to compete with an always been a she.

Where should a man now a woman compete?  If she can’t compete against women, what should she do.  Compete with the men?  After the operation and hormone treatment she would probably be disadvantaged.

In my opinion, if anyone is going to be disadvantaged, I think it should be a her who used to be a him. 

Choice has consequences.  





  1. Totally agree that men are stronger physically and don't think that a trans male to female should compete with women. They could have their own league with like participants to level the playing field. Hey, I'd probably watch.

  2. It’s a sad state of affairs for all real women. Now it’s down to trans beating them in sports and beating how real women for Woman if the Year. Competing woman have to settle for 2nd place which really is first place without the trophy. However if we had decent unwoke media, they would give as much recognition to the 2nd place if not more.

    I can dream can’t I?

  3. Men have always been physically stronger in brawn and faster than women. Women, once doctors figured out how to prevent them from dying in childbirth, proved to be the stronger in long range endurance, as in, over years. That's why women mostly outlive men in the developed world.

    If i am remembering correctly, it was Martina Navratilova who pointed out this dilemma many years ago, before it even started, and she was censured for it big time. She saw it coming and what we now call the woke world didn't want to hear it.

    You've hit the nail on the head with this one, and as it works out in the coming years i don't think it's going to be pretty.

    1. DR Renee Richards competed professionally. She was in her 40's so she did not dominate. After she retired she coached Martina for a few years. Martina has spoken against trans competing against women.

  4. I never want to be stronger than a man. I'll just be content to be always smarter. (Just kidding. I know I can only be smarter some of the time especially if hubby uses directions that use those stupid terms...North, South, East, West) I saw that competition. Totally unfair. I don't care what the surgeons and medical team do to make a man a's a man's genes in that swimsuit.

  5. Not fair. They need their own division, to compete against each other.

  6. Like Val suggests, I think there should be an extra event for all those who were him but are now her, for the sake of fairness. Perhaps there could be an entire separate games section, for transgenders, competitions for men that are now women, and the same for women that are now men.
    Transgender Olympics.

  7. Men can always beat women at keeping quiet.

    God bless.

  8. 100%, Joe. It's ridiculous that anyone even feels there is an argument to be made in favor of this. If you want to live your life as a woman, feel free. It's your body. But unless the surgeons have changed your ENTIRE body to more readily conform to female standards, then all you are when you compete against real women is an asshole.

  9. I used to believe that there wasn’t anything a man could do better than a woman (except stubbornness, you guys have us beat there). But the real world taught me pretty quickly that that isn't so. And I have always considered men that transition to "women" should not be allowed to compete in professional/amateur sporting events. It's completely unfair. Although I doubt any man who wanted to succeed in sports would go to that length to give them that unfair advantage..... Suldog's last sentence matches my thoughts exactly.

  10. i agree man is made stronger physically

    women can beat a physically stronger man only when she will think out of her physique i think because way of thinking matters more than strength of one's body