Mississippi: Bless Their Hearts

The Gret Stet of Mississippi always has its eye on the ball, so to speak:

Mississippi moves one step closer to banning transgender athletes from women’s sports

Senate Bill 2536, which prohibits transgender athletes from competing on women’s sports teams in the state’s high schools and universities, passed the Mississippi House by a vote of 81-28. The state’s Senate approved the measure last month by a vote of 34-9.

The legislation now heads to Republican Gov. Tate Reeves for approval. The governor, who has previously made comments highly critical of transgender athletes, said in a tweet Thursday that he would sign it.

“Adults? That’s on them,” Reeves tweeted. “But the push for kids to adopt transgenderism is just wrong.”

Mississippi has a boatload of problems, not the least of which is a pandemic running wild (and oddly removing a mandatory mask declaration), but they are a-fixin’ t’ solve th’ non-existent problem of transwomen playing sports.

Go figure.

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6 Responses to Mississippi: Bless Their Hearts

  1. roket says:

    Conservative ‘principles’ are more important than life itself. I’m sure you can find a bible quote that says so.

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    So what kind of proof is required, especially at the college and university level, by which time a man can have successfully “transferred” and if no one knows it, can pass as a woman? Ob/Gyn exam for every student athlete applicant? Gender-specific birth certificate? Dr’s. note?

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  3. laura says:

    The smut snatching, god bothering legislative laundry sniffers on the right and their fascination for legislating below the belt gives me the jimmies.

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    • R White says:

      I often found that if you happen to encounter ‘born again’ white middle class males who have such a devotion to jesus and babies, remind them that having imaginary friends is a step towards losing one’s mind while preoccupation with other people’s possible children is a step towards paedophilia.


  4. R White says:

    The poorest third-world ‘murican conservative shithole, aka Mississippi, isn’t a booming hub of commerce beyond 19th century resource extraction & casino gambling to make a difference whether it is a part of the union or not. If it’s creepy paedophile white male republican politicians want to pass such useless, cruel legislation, I think it would be fairly easy for the feds to cut them off until AA rise up and negate such backwards laws from an aging minority.


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