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Ya I only read as far as your story so Idk ohiohawk but that was as far as I needed to read. This was the most unsports related thread I've seen on here. And I feel things were said that shouldn't of.... But anyway moving on...
"Release Me Cuhhhhhhhh"
I bet you agree with Maggie Hendricks here too. Moral relativism is bs.
Ya. I don't have an issue calling someone a girl when they are in fact a man but had a sex change. I don't understand why someone would want to change but, nevertheless, don't care and will call the person what they want. All that being said, I am vehemently opposed to true men who have "changed" to being women being able to compete against real women. As far as I know, there is not a single sport where it is advantageous to be a woman over a man, so if a true woman who has "changed" to a man wants to compete against real men, then I am fine with that. Gaining an advantage over the competition due to a sex change is unfair and should not be allowed, in my opinion.
What if the woman doesn't release the info to a man she is seeking? and they have relations. Is that still ok? I'm only asking because of a bad experience I had in Tijuana a few years back.
Ya. I don't condone Mitrione's comments, but I agree that it's unfair. If there has to be some sort of monitoring to the amount Fallon is allowed to workout, then that is a pretty good indication that we've probably crossed the boundaries of what is fair/unfair. In a sport like MMA, fighters should be literally pushing their bodies to the fullest everyday to maximize their potential. To gain an advantage from her true sex and not hard work is complete and utter s*** to me and should not be allowed.
The only way I'd say it's unfair is if you get ripped using your inherent testosterone, THEN switched to a female. I mean, seriously. I guarantee if you or I switched sexes to take advantage against women fighters, there would be plenty of females who would still mop the floors with us.
If she switched sexes and THEN started trying to train and build muscle mass, no prob.
And honestly. I bet you it's a matter of time before some freak female athlete of the britney griner variety knocks Fallon flat out.
Looks like, sounds like, the great pink locker room discussion has come to an end, and has since spiraled down into something even less relevant.
Boys will be boys, and girls will be girls. (At least they used to be.)
It's not just a testosterone or strength thing. Men hit harder than women not only because of strength but the size of their hands as well. So unless she has surgery to reduce bone structure she has a distinct advantage.
Uhhh, Grimer would have to cut a leg and an arm off to make Fallon's weight class.
Nobody is sure who is a girl or a boy these days. Man that was a bad night!
How far you get before you figured it out?
When I woke up the next morning, next to her, and looke over at her, I noticed a hint of a 5 o'clock shadow. Does that tell ya how far I got?
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What was the morning convo like? Take him out to breakfast? :)
Btw, nice work, Ron! This is the first topic you've created that had more than 5+ comments which weren't ripping on you. Haha
That's the part I feel really bad about, I just left while she was still asleep, I didn't leave a note or anything! Ive always felt bad about that. I went to my brothers hotel room and woke him up, he went to the local store and bought me an ass donut to sit on for the drive home. I've never been back
I've heard every joke is 40% truth. Something to get off your chest, big guy?
I bought him an ass donut. That part is definitely true.
Yes, what do you think I am doing? I feel much better
Good. We're always here for you.
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