I must know literally more than a thousand people.
I don't know a single Transsexual.
Where are all these people?
A furious female skateboarder has slammed Red Bull for sponsoring a contest where she placed second to her trans rival.
Taylor Silverman claims she and other female competitors were disadvantaged by officials at the Red Bull Cornerstone Contest, where she placed second and received a $2,750 award.
Trans skateboarder Lillian Gallagher was awarded $5,000 for placing first and winning two separate divisions - money that Silverman says should have been given to her.
Silverman, who has been skateboarding for 11 years, said when she tried to reach out to officials to 'do the right thing even if it's not the popular thing,' she was ignored.
'I deserved to place first, be acknowledged for my win and get paid. I reached out to Red Bull and was ignored. I am sick of being bullied into silence,' Silverman wrote in an Instagram post, in which she tagged right-wing firebrands Ben Shapiro and Candace Owens. The post has sparked an array of reactions, many of them supportive. Other users have asked Silverman to have more empathy towards transgender women or get better at skateboarding.
Silverman's claims come at a time of heightened national debate about whether transgender individuals should participate in the traditional women and men categories in sports.
The most 'famous' tranny athlete - UPenn swimmer Lia Thomas - has smashed multiple records, with critics saying he/she has a clear biological advantage not afforded to her competitors who were born female. No shit, Sherlock.