LGBT activists have infiltrated their way into every category of sports – from wrestling, to track – and now professional surfing.
Female athletes across the country have spoken out against the unfairness of having biological men compete against them – but the “transgender” crowd keeps pushing forward and they even have the backing of President Biden.
But now pro-surfer legend Bethany Hamilton recently chimed in on the debate – and just wait until you hear what she had to say.
You might remember Bethany Hamilton when she made news in 2003 – this courageous woman survived a shark attack that resulted in her left arm being bitten off.
But instead of giving into despair, Hamilton kept surfing,
A devout Christian – Hamilton credits her resilience to God for making her strong.
On her website she wrote:
“Despite the challenges life has thrown at me I’ve done so much more in my life than I ever could have imagined – From outscoring some of the world’s best female surfers, to having movies like Soul Surfer made about me, and going around the world to talk to thousands of amazing people.
Today I’m a wife, mom of three beautiful healthy boys, and this truth is still the same. God loves me, and being a professional surfer is my calling.
The strength, identity and foundation of my life is in the faith that God has given me. With God I am unstoppable!”
While Hamilton has a fierce passion for surfing – one thing is holding her back.
The World Surf League’s new policy now allows biological men to compete against women.
Of course, LGBT activists cheered at yet another opportunity to push their “transgender” agenda into sports and make it normal for men to compete against women.
But Bethany had a strong reaction to the policy – and while she reiterated that she strives to have love for all her fellow man – she made it crystal clear she would no longer compete in the World Surf League unless this new “transgender” rule is rescinded.
Fox News reported:
“She added, “I personally think that the best solution would be to create a different division so that all can have a fair opportunity to showcase their passion and talent – and I think it’s really hard to imagine what the future of women’s surfing will be like in 15-20 years down the road if we move forward allowing this major change.”
She also announced, “I personally won’t be competing in or supporting the World Surf League if this rule remains.”
Good for Bethany for speaking out!
Men are physically built differently from women – and it truly makes the playing field impossible for women to succeed with these types of policies.
Sadly, it appears more female athletes will continue to be discriminated against by “transgender” athletes unless something is done.
In the meantime, let’s hope more women band together and fight back against the wicked mandate before female sports are ruined forever.
(h/t Proud American Traveler)