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Instead, he's whining 'I'm a girl' and running against real girls. Of course, we are all supposed to be thrilled that Wangyot, genetically a male, was allowed to compete against a group or young women. He's a real piece of work: Tig, a simple chase and catch game - also known as tag or it - is no longer allowed at Christ the King School, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, where the head teacher claims children have become upset at the rough and tumble. In addition to being a lying weasel, you're also our Girlieman of the Week.

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So when the media talks about transgender issues - it is imperative that they get it right.

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Want to learn more about what it means to be transgender?Girlieman of the Week Date: June 12, 2016 Girlieman: Pussy Antics: Not man enough Pussy [Nattaphon Wangyot] is playing the transgender game.He's not fast enough to qualify for Alaska's high school state track and field meet as a male. Pussy qualified for the girls 1-2-3A 100-meter and 200-meter finals. But, what about the girls who were excluded because this Wangyot may have had a biological advantage over them? You might win some races but when it comes to your character you're a LOSER. Girlieman of the Week Date: March 12, 2016 Girlieman: Neil Ryan Antics: Banned tag Neil is head teacher at a Brit school.According to a recent Pew poll, nearly 90% of Americans say they personally know someone who is lesbian, gay, or bisexual.However, according to a recent Harris poll, only 16% of Americans say they personally know someone who is transgender, which has doubled from the 8% who said so in 2008.GLAAD works with national news outlets, TV networks, film studios and Spanish-language media to include real stories about transgender people.

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