Video Of Transgender Athlete Towering Above Opponents Goes Viral - WATCH
Hannah Mouncey dominating the Australian women’s handball league
A video of transgender athlete Hannah Mouncey, a biological man who is currently dominating the Australian women’s handball league, has gone viral after showing her towering over natural-born female opponents.
The startling video shows Mouncey playing against biological women went viral after it became apparent the female players were simply no match for the transgender player.
To put things perspective, Mouncey stands six-foot-two and weighs 220 pounds.
But the liberal media have praised Mouncey suggesting that anyone who opposed the player was due to “resentment” that transwomen could be successful at sports, according to The Associated Press.
Mouncey previously played for Australia’s men’s handball league up until 2016 when he transitioned into a woman.
In 2017, Mouncey was barred from entering the women’s league due to higher testosterone levels and weight but was permitted to play for the 2018 season.
Mouncey complained that weight was an unfair rule for transgender women.
“My biggest concern is the fact that weight is being used as one of the key physical measures for possible exclusion," Mouncy wrote in the British left-leaning outlet The Guardian.
"Forget the fact that in a game that has such an emphasis on endurance and speed, being heavy is not necessarily an advantage and think about the message it sends to women and girls about their bodies: if you’re too big, you can’t play."
"That is incredibly dangerous and backward,” Mouncey concluded.
The problem with biological men identifying as women competing in female sports has become such an issue that referees in Australia are quitting their jobs.
Australian trans athlete, Hannah Mouncey, has been vocal about policies in sport she says discriminate against trans women. pic.twitter.com/Q4bjVi8hAz— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) November 23, 2019
Glad someone has the balls to speak out about it. https://t.co/yGiHZQZXKJ— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) November 24, 2019
In April this year, BBC presenter Gabby Logan faced backlash from liberals for daring to say it was "unfair" to allow transgender women to compete against biological females in sports.
Sports host Logan, who previously represented Wales in Rhythmic Gymnastics at the 1990 Commonwealth Games, said women’s sporting events need to be “protected,” saying that many other athletes “feel the same way” about trans athletes competing against their biological opposites.
Last month, University of Montana runner June Eastwood, a biological male identifying as a transgender woman, was named female athlete of the week by the Big Sky Conference.
The conference said in its announcement:
“June Eastwood finished second in a field of 204 runners at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational,” helping “Montana place seventh as a team."
Eastwood previously competed on the University of Montana’s men’s team.
Allowing biological men to compete against women is opposed two-to-one by adults, independents, parents, and middle-class voters, says the poll.