5 Times Biological Males Have Been Honored with Awards Meant for Women
Transgenders are not just dominating female sports
Biological males who "identify" as "female" have been dominating awards that are meant to be reserved for women.
Over the past year or so, transgender individuals have been emerging to win awards that were designed to honor women.
However, the "woke" Left is pushing to silence anyone who may question whether it is right to declare a biological male weightlifter as "Sportswoman of the Year."
Those who speak out will be shot down and branded a "transphobe," and possibly even arrested.
In the past year, the Left has celebrated biological males who have dominated honors reserved exclusively for females.
This includes the Golden Globe’s “Best Actress,” Miss Nevada, Jeopardy!’s “Winningest Female Ever,” USA Today’s “Woman of the Year,” and New Zealand’s “Sportswoman of the Year.”
At the 79th annual Golden Globes Award, Michaela Jaé ‘Mj’ Rodriguez won “Best Actress in a television drama.”
Rodriguez was born a male and now "identifies" as a "woman."
Rodriguez won the award for playing the character Blanca, a nurse on the LGBT dramatic series, "Pose."
NBC News reported that this was the first time a transgender actor has ever won a Golden Globe.
New Zealand’s “Sportswoman of the Year” honor was won by weightlifter Laurel Hubbard, despite being biologically male.
Hubbard was the first male-to-female transgender individual to compete in a women’s Olympic event.
‘Laurel’ Hubbard has already been to the Olympics. If you think people will care at that level, I’m sorry, but it’s already happening, and they do not care. pic.twitter.com/lo6DaDHeIp— CAT (@LovelyLoAnne) March 17, 2022
Kataluna Enriquez was crowned Miss Nevada USA in June.
Enriquez was born male but "identifies" as "female."
This was the first time a transgender has won that beauty pageant.
Kataluna Enriquez.— Marv 𓆉 (@mvn_dn) June 30, 2021
The new Miss Nevada and possibly the next Miss USA.
That's it, that's last day of June tweet. pic.twitter.com/zQJGvtT5cf
On the game show Jeopardy!, Amy Schneider became the highest-earning contestant who "identifies" as "female" ever after winning for the 18th consecutive time.
Schneider defeated the former record-setter, Larissa Kelly, a biological female.
Schneider has now won $706,800 on the game show.
Recently, USA Today published its “Women of the Year” list.
However, many Americans noticed that one of the honorees is a biological male.
Rachel Levine, formerly Richard, was appointed by Democrat Joe Biden as U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health.
This honor by USA Today is “a recognition of women across the country who have made a significant impact.”
Critics have slammed this decision.
For most of Levine’s life, Levine was identified as male until transitioning in 2011 at age 54.
Prior to transitioning, Levine had two children with Levine’s ex-wife, Martha Peaslee Levine.
Levine also attended an all-boys high school in Massachusettes where Levine played on the football team.
In response, Levine has accused critics of "transphobia" - a so-called "hate crime."
Biden’s White House Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice congratulated “trailblazing” Levine on receiving the honor:
“Throughout my career, I have focused on the intersection between medical, mental and behavioral health,” Levine stated.
“And as your ASH, I will continue that focus and support policy initiatives to improve Americans’ physical and mental well-being.”
Fun fact: Admiral Levine is now the second U.S. four-star (joining Gen. Mark Milley) to have played on the 1975 varsity football team at Massachusetts' all-boys Belmont Hill School. https://t.co/Ap9depIyiW— Declan Leary (@DeclanLeary) October 19, 2021
Here’s what USA Today published about Levine:
Levine, 64, a trained pediatrician, became the nation’s highest-ranking openly transgender official last March when the Senate confirmed her as assistant secretary of health.
Levine has spent her professional life in medicine – as an academic, a clinical researcher, a primary care physician and as Pennsylvania’s physical general and secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health – but she admits her current role has proven to be the most challenging.