I recently witnessed a horrible, violent assault. For over two minutes a man beat the hell out of a woman. Finally, after the woman sustained serious injuries, someone put a stop to it. What makes it worse was that the man was not only not arrested, he announced he has every intention of doing it again.
This man is free to assault again, because this man is Fallon Fox. Fallon Fox is a transgendered professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter. Last week, it took Fox, who was born a man yet now lives as a woman, about two minutes to destroy his opponent, Tamikka Brents. Brents is an actual, real-life woman, and as a result of the fight suffered a broken orbital bone, a concussion, and seven staples in her head.
If this were the NFL, Fallon Fox would be sitting in jail right now.
But because this is modern America, Fallon Fox’s gender identity whims must be catered to. He must be called a “she”, and be allowed to beat up women. We are no longer allowed to simply tolerate people with unusual sexual predilections; they must be cheered, praised, given parades. And when an attempt is made to cite nature—the difference in muscle structure between men and women—or just common sense, the would-be hater must be shamed, trolled, sent to intellectual Siberia for reeducation.
Here is what Tamikka Brents said after getting out of the hospital: “I’ve fought a lot of women and have never felt the strength that I felt in a fight as I did that night. I can’t answer whether it’s because she was born a man or not because I’m not a doctor. I can only say, I’ve never felt so overpowered ever in my life and I am an abnormally strong female in my own right. Her grip was different; I could usually move around in the clinch against other females but couldn’t move at all in Fox’s clinch.”
How long are we going to put up with this nonsense? Fallon Fox, like actor Laverne Cox, is not a woman. Fallon Fox is a man—a strong and muscular man who can potentially kill a female opponent. Fox now wants to fight with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), but Rhonda Rousey, the current female bantam-weight champion, is refusing to fight. Rousey cites the fact that Fallon Fox is a man. Fox has replied by calling Rousey a coward. UFC president Dana White doesn’t want to allow transgendered fighters, and shared his opinion, saying their “bone structure is different, hands are bigger, jaw is bigger, everything is bigger. I don’t believe in it.”
But, of course, many on the crazy left think Fallon should to be able to fight. And these days, liberals tend to get their way, either through emotional mau-mauing, ignoring science, asserting of “rights,” or all three. Fallon Fox—a man—will probably be allowed to assault again. I just pray that this time it isn’t fatal.