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Havoc
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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What's stopping us from allowing 'females' to play revenue generating sports and dump more scholarships into football, baseball, and men's basketball?

Well played. Very.
But dumb it down for the moderates.


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Havoc
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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I'm very anti-trans men playiing women's sports. But, the prevalence of this is so low and the economic backlash likely to follow so severe that it's really unnecessary. Kind of like reverse virtue signaling

So you’re an unprincipled pussy?

Shocking, really.


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TJG210
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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How many jobs will be lost when "progressive" a-holes from Hollywood south or name any other industry leave because the legislature passes a law that is only meant to appease certain interest groups? Thousands? Is it really worth it? Not for me or the others whose lives would be affected by real world consequences.



So we should allow ourselves to be bullied and held for random by special interests? Not concerned about the precedent that sets?


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udtiger
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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I guess I'm more of a risk benefit gal. How many transgenders in this state want to play in girls leagues? 3.5?


Now...do the number of girls that will be affected by this. You know, the ones that will have to directly compete against them. The ones whose teams will lost games/matches/meets because of team scoring. The ones whose records will fall (or who would have set new records but for the mentally ill boy/man competing).

Bet that number is higher than the potential jobs lost.

As someone noted earlier, allowing trans to compete in girls/women's sports is the height of misogyny.
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BestBanker
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
There are solutions to every problem.

One thought is to educate the children outside of public school system.

B. With private education, create private sporting leagues within, and governance within.

iii. Grow this to the college level and do away with the EN-SEE-EH-EH.

Lot of work for something great.


LSUFanHouston
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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Are you serious, Clark? How else could this possibly be decided?


Uhh... by the sports sanctioning body in the state? Since it's a sports issue?


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LSUFanHouston
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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B. With private education, create private sporting leagues within, and governance within.


The playoff split has caused a lot more damage than a few girly men ever have, and the privates can't get on the same page about that. You think they can agree on running their own association?


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GeauxTigerTM
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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I guess I'm more of a risk benefit gal. How many transgenders in this state want to play in girls leagues? 3.5? How many jobs will be lost when "progressive" a-holes from Hollywood south or name any other industry leave because the legislature passes a law that is only meant to appease certain interest groups? Thousands? Is it really worth it? Not for me or the others whose lives would be affected by real world consequences.



It would have taken less time to simply type out, "I'm a coward."

Sometimes doing the right thing requires actual risk. What you have done here is weighed your personal potential losses versus at least SOME young women who will undoubtedly be effected by nonaction. I'm sure they appreciate your cost-benefit analysis here.

This is ultimately the biggest problem we face with most of the things currently plaguing us. Very few are willing to stand up and actually risk anything to fight for their principles, if they even have any. This is a perfect example of an issue that can still be nipped in the bud if normal, sane people actually speak out and stand up for what they believe. Otherwise, we'll be 5-10 years down the line and this issue will be entirely lost, and we won't be looking at your hypothetical 3.5 boys who think they are girls playing girls sports, but far more. Look around...we're essentially at the bottom of the slippery slope now and all we have to do is look back up to the top to see where we were recently and how we ignored the obvious warning signs in favor of comfort or risk avoidance.


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Toomer Deplorable
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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I guess I'm more of a risk benefit gal.



Good for you.

Yet when it comes to a government actively promoting the mutilation and chemical castration of the otherwise functional sexual organs of children, cost-benefit analyses and/or utilitarian arguments are not only wrongheaded, they are a form of immorality.
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TriadTigers
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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Let's just make this entire thing so unbelievably outrageous.


I'm not in LA, but I agree. Let's just make everything a complete shitshow, and see what comes out in the wash after.

Let's go full retard.


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Bard
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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Voting for the bill Tuesday were Amedee and Reps. Rick Edmonds, R-Baton Rouge; Chuck Owen, R-Rosepine; Vinney St. Blanc, R-Franklin; and Phillip Tarver, R-Lake Charles.


These 5 clowns should be forced to resign immediatelly


So you're for boys dressing as girls competing in girls' sports?


catnip
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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Why do people want boys to dominate girls sports?


Its the boys who want to dominate girls because most are too limp to dominate in boys sports. Or they like the idea of making like a girl to get in the girls locker room to try and get in something else. Sad.
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Bard
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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I guess I'm more of a risk benefit gal. How many transgenders in this state want to play in girls leagues? 3.5? How many jobs will be lost when "progressive" a-holes from Hollywood south or name any other industry leave because the legislature passes a law that is only meant to appease certain interest groups? Thousands? Is it really worth it? Not for me or the others whose lives would be affected by real world consequences.


So definitely frick over our daughters on some theoretical maybes?

Jesus.


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CitizenK
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
Freiberg gonna frieberg voted in by folks in neighborhoods near LSU


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RidiculousHype
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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Sometimes doing the right thing requires actual risk. What you have done here is weighed your personal potential losses versus at least SOME young women who will undoubtedly be effected by nonaction. I'm sure they appreciate your cost-benefit analysis here.

This is ultimately the biggest problem we face with most of the things currently plaguing us. Very few are willing to stand up and actually risk anything to fight for their principles, if they even have any. This is a perfect example of an issue that can still be nipped in the bud if normal, sane people actually speak out and stand up for what they believe.




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elprez00
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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If the left wants true equality

Have you noticed they’ve quietly shifted the narrative from “equality” to “equity.” Those are not the same thing.


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Double Oh
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re: Louisiana anti transgender in sports bill fails in House 5-6
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hese 5 clowns should be forced to resign immediatelly


So you're for boys dressing as girls competing in girls' sports?





No my bad im not for it i guess i quoted the wrong people


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