DAILYKENN.com -- People with XY chromosomes (males) sometimes pretend to be women. A few dress like women and wear make-up. In extreme cases, they have their bodies surgically modified as part of the ruse.
Far-left moonbats insist we refer to these altered men as "women" and allow them to compete in women's sports, including power lifting. When they are denied, the moonbats protest.
For example, USA Powerlifting banned a man from participating in women's competition. Though apparently born with XY chromosomes and male organs, the man decided he wanted to identify as a woman and compete against women powerlifters.
Far-left Democrat, Rep. Ilhan Omar, protested and demanded Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison to investigate.
"The myth that trans women have a 'direct competitive advantage' is not supported by medical science, and it continues to stoke fear and violence against one of the most at-risk communities in the world," she reportedly said.
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Left-wing U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar — who's been making a name for herself by peddling unsubstantiated claims about Republicans, stating falsehoods about the Covington Catholic High School students, and even wanting leniency for men accused of trying to join ISIS — is at it again.
Omar — a Minnesota Democrat — asked Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison to investigate USA Powerlifting for barring a male, who's transitioning to female, from a women's competition.
"I urge you to reconsider this discriminatory, unscientific policy and follow the example of the International Olympic Committee," Omar wrote to USA Powerlifting last month, noting she's asking Ellison to conduct an investigation. "The myth that trans women have a 'direct competitive advantage' is not supported by medical science, and it continues to stoke fear and violence against one of the most at-risk communities in the world."
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