I have to school a trans activist about Serena Williams: conversation in the dark
Deep thoughts, deep state
Recently, another clueless trans activist tried to make a political point. Not sure what it was or why. But she claimed Serena Williams can beat men on the tennis court.
This activist’s best friend and I met in a seedy diner in Indiana late at night, and the following conversation took place:
I’ve heard that, yes.
Do you know what the 203 stands for?
He’s 203 times better than any other male tennis player in the world?
No, you fountain of knowledge. It means there were 202 men tennis players who were better than he was. And he wiped the floor with Serena.
Oh. But still…
But still what?
She can beat many men.
Wrong. Didn’t you hear what I just said?
By your tone.
Well, untrigger yourself and try to pay attention.
When I was a child, I tried to play soccer. But I couldn’t kick the ball.
You couldn’t make your foot strike the ball?
So I picked it up and threw it instead. Then some kids told me I broke a rule.
My life collapsed.
You never tried to kick the ball again?
How could I? I was traumatized.
Who told you that?
A teacher. She diagnosed me.
Uh-huh. And you went along with it.
She was my friend. She told me I should think about what gender I want to be.
Because gender dysphoria was my core problem. It was causing all my other problems.
You bought that?
I was 11. But she was right. When I went from Carl to Carol I felt better.
And you’re Carol now?