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Transgender stuff - what's going on?


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FINA, the world governing body, has passed a policy (with a 71 per cent majority) barring anyone who has experienced male puberty, or who has not transitioned by the age of 12, from elite female competitions. It did so after consulting members of 152 national swimming federations.

 

This means that stunning and brave swimmer Lia Thomas is back to being 400th+ in the world.

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Not sure what's worse- the virtue-signalling from massive corporations hoping for Twitter points from people who should really avoid them like the plague, or the faux outrage from grifter cunts hoping for Twitter points from people thinking they're being mobilised into some sort of common sense army righteously marching to defeat the woke hordes.

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The below is why I've never read a line of that George Orwell author. A mate gave me one of his books once, 1984, it'll broaden your horizons he said. I couldn't be bothered reading the book  so instead watched a bit of the show that was lifted from the book, Big Brother.  Fucking hell! I'm a man of the world but I didn't want my horizons stretched that much. What the fuck was Orwell thinking?  Plus its probably been watered down for TV.  Everyone to their own but not for me.

 

 

I dread to think what Animal Farms about.

 

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31 minutes ago, Gnasher said:

The below is why I've never read a line of that George Orwell author. A mate gave me one of his books once, 1984, it'll broaden your horizons he said. I couldn't be bothered reading the book  so instead watched a bit of the show that was lifted from the book, Big Brother.  Fucking hell! I'm a man of the world but I didn't want my horizons stretched that much. What the fuck was Orwell thinking?  Plus its probably been watered down for TV.  Everyone to their own but not for me.

 

 

I dread to think what Animal Farms about.

 

 

The first ever UK Big Brother was sound. The rest just full of weird cunts trying to get famous. 

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1 minute ago, Bjornebye said:

 

The first ever UK Big Brother was sound. The rest just full of weird cunts trying to get famous. 

 

Was that the one with 'Nasty Nick' or something similar? I remember my missus and her mates being obsessed with it and fascinated by the games he was playing. They kind of watched the next couple and then just didn't bother any more.

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5 minutes ago, Mudface said:

 

Was that the one with 'Nasty Nick' or something similar? I remember my missus and her mates being obsessed with it and fascinated by the games he was playing. They kind of watched the next couple and then just didn't bother any more.

 

Yeah it was good because they were relatively normal people. Apprentice was the same, just ordinary business types rather than oddballs designed to induce fume. Ordinary people are actually quite interesting.

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4 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

 

Yeah it was good because they were relatively normal people. Apprentice was the same, just ordinary business types rather than oddballs designed to induce fume. Ordinary people are actually quite interesting.

 

That was it mate, regular folk. People you can relate to. Next thing it's trannies and Tourettes. No wonder it moved to Channel 5 although it's coming back next month on ITV2 isn't it? I'm betting it will be far more reflective of society 24 or so years on from the 1st one.... people identifying as rugs 

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6 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

 

Yeah it was good because they were relatively normal people. Apprentice was the same, just ordinary business types rather than oddballs designed to induce fume. Ordinary people are actually quite interesting.

 

Yep, rather than some influencer wank with a TikTok and Twitter profile to puff up.

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16 hours ago, Mudface said:

 

Was that the one with 'Nasty Nick' or something similar? I remember my missus and her mates being obsessed with it and fascinated by the games he was playing. They kind of watched the next couple and then just didn't bother any more.

He was done pretty dirty, he went in thinking it was a gameshow and tried to win. Was painted as an absolute villain (rather than just a bit of a bellend) by the show and national press. 

 

Must have been horrible for him when he got out and he had no frame of reference for how it would be covered when he went in. 

 

Even the Irish lad that got a stiffy after giving the fit one a massage probably isn't as embarrassed.

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