The Controversy Over Caster Se-Men-ya

18 August 2016

”When Semenya, then 18, dominated the 800 at the 2009 world track and field championships, winning by more than two seconds, a fellow competitor called her a man. Pierre Weiss, the general secretary of the International Association of Athletics Federations, track and field’s world governing body, said, “She is a woman, but maybe not 100 percent.””

GW: Getting very tired of tptwtb’s gender bending agenda. With this one the clue is in the name. Names are chosen at will by tptwtb and not necessarily as at birth.  For instance Bill Clinton was born Blythe Jr.  This is to fit the narrative mapped out for the sports/performer.  In this case, Caster indicates that the person has undergone some ”surgery” and Semenya is to indicate that the person was born into the ”men” gender spectrum. e.g. ”She’s a man yeh.” The casting of men as ”women” in sport is for many reasons but primarily it’s the cash incentive.

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