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A Man Named 'Tiffany' Is Dominating Women's Pro Volleyball in Brazil

Popular blogger and YouTube personality Joffre the Giant recently brought to my attention an example of how transgenderism continues to make a mockery of women's sports. This time, the charade is playing out in Joffre's native country of Brazil. A man named "Tiffany" Abreu is currently dominating and setting records in women's pro-volleyball in the South American country.

In a YouTube video, Joffre the Giant entertainingly and thoughtfully details the mess currently embroiling Brazilian women's volleyball. According to the video, "Tiffany" spent years playing at the lowest levels of men's club volleyball, eventually landing on a tier three club team, the lowest level, in Belgium. And by "playing," as Joffre points out, "Tiffany" was achieving mediocrity. Take note: that's mediocrity at the lowest level in the men's leagues.

Joffre rightfully claims that "the acceptance of trans athletes into women's sports signals the death knell of women's sports... All we have now are human sports." Of course, as he notes, the current phenomenon of trans athletes is only going one way. "No born women are becoming men and then excelling in men's sports. But the opposite is happening. So we're just going to end up with volleyball, and no natural women playing. We're just going to end up with basketball, sprinting, whatever, and no natural women competing."

Women cannot physically compete against men.

For example, in only his fourth match as a professional women's volleyball player, "Tiffany" set a record for points. What's more, according to Joffre, it only took three matches for Tiffany "to become the leading scorer by average." In his fourth match, "Tiffany plays in a five-set match against the best team in the league, scores 39 points. Breaking the record."

As Joffre says, "when people born as men compete against women, mediocrity becomes greatness."