The coach praised CeCe Telfer for being the first student-athlete in Franklin Pierce history to collect an individual national title.
Now CeCe Telfer, a biological male who crushed his female competition, is complaining that he’s at a disadvantage competing against women and the it’s the “cisgender females” (women who were born female) who actually have the advantage.
“If anything, me competing against cisgender females is a disadvantage because my body is going through so many medical complications,” CeCe Telfer said. “It’s going through biochemistry changes so being on hormone replacement therapy — muscle depletion so your muscle is deteriorating, you lose a lot of strength…so I have to work twice as hard to keep my strength…”
"If anything, me competing against cisgender females is a disadvantage.."@FPUathletics track star CeCe Telfer talks about the physical challenges she faces while competing as a transgender woman. pic.twitter.com/9VhlOVA70V
Recall, “Rachel” McKinnon is a man who won the women’s cycling world championship in October of last year — all he had to do was show up and say he was a woman named Rachel and next thing you know he’s the world champion.
Two biological males have also crushed female competitors in high school track in Connecticut, ultimately destroying scholarship opportunities for young girls.