Mackenzie McKee Slammed for Transphobic Language, Call to Segregate Sports

A little over a year ago, Mackenzie McKee used the term racist refer to the famous black woman.

Probably it could have been less of a scandal if his intentions hadn’t been offensive.

This week, Mackenzie repeated almost exactly the same thing, this time after discussing the transgender community.

It’s bad enough to refer to “trans” as an object, but what was really malicious was Mackenzie’s message of discrimination.

Mackenzie McKee has once again been in hot water, and that is not the cause of anyone but herself.

At a time when countless voices of fanaticism are targeting vulnerable children and teens, he decided to add his voice to the mix.

On Facebook, he began, “Listening to the trance itself understands what is right and what is wrong.”

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“Without being attacked or cyberbullying,” Mackenzie insisted.

“It’s OK to defend biologically born women,” he insisted nonsensically, “to be wronged.”

While it was obviously wrong, he apparently felt it was right to say because he was referring to Caitlyn Jenner.

Caitlyn, who has participated in women’s golf tournaments in recent years, has condemned participatory athletics.

This requirement to differentiate between cis and transgender athletes may sound strange when a transgender (properly) competes in women’s sports.

But we must remember that Cait’s positions and positions are never had to make sense, and that his claims to defend the trans community have been suspected for years.

Before we deal with Mackenzie’s actual message, we need to talk about how he said it.

That, of course, is what gets people’s attention in the worst way.

You don’t just talk about someone as a “trance” and you don’t get caught up in any stupidity. It is inhuman and strange.

“This is so ignorant and cruel that it is outrageous. Mackenzie should have already been distinguished from racism,” one commenter pointed out.

The comment continued, “They let it go and now he’s branching out into transphobia.”

Another person remarked, “Trans. Great, Mack. Keep digging that pit.”

“He’s so stupid,” another pointed out.

That person continued: Obviously, he doesn’t know these communities or he would clearly know you don’t say “trans”.

One commenter wrote, “It’s more than just the use of real pronouns Mack.”

Just like when talking about a gay community, a community of blacks, or most groups of people, you don’t refer to people as objects.

Someone who talks about Mackenzie would say “woman” or, oddly enough, “female person,” but not usually “woman.”

Calling Mackenzie “female” or “cis” would be rude in most contexts.

Rudeness can be ignored and ignorance can be resolved through education, but when we talk about marginalized communities, it gets a lot worse.

Without repeating the language itself, we all know how fanatics talk about their most hated marginalized groups.

It’s not always a joke. Sometimes it’s a language like Mackenzie’s.

But this is not just about poorly chosen words.

When you find yourself using the wrong terminology, you apologize, change, and move on so you don’t sound like a fanatic.

The feelings fanatics are also terribly like Mackenzie.

Simply put, there is no way to require a minority group to play a differentiated sport without discrimination.

In fact, the U.S. legal system has addressed this several times.

Separate but seemingly “equal” spaces, activities, and others are not really equal.

Mackenzie, like other fanatics who excite trans athletes in schools and adult athletics, is clearly excited to be able to borrow Cait.

We all know that there are certain crushes that gladly exchange their identities for money and weight.

Caitlyn has money. He probably needs approval from the mainstream conservative – and he throws anyone under the bus get it.

Caitlyn, who is on the side of anti-trans fanatics, is not getting the love she needs.

But it allows him to become a gun robber in an attempt to rob trans-students of their dignity and right to participate in society on an equal footing.

It is sad that human rights are being discussed at all.

For the sake of clarity, it exists there is no medical or scientific basis for the separation of trans-sport cis sports.

Many of these discussions in particular are about young trans students.

Unlike Cait, some young people have been able to use life-saving agents for adolescent blockers – so any imagined “biological” differences go out the window.

Speaking of “biology” … literally it’s not the same thing as gender. Anatomy is not gender.

Some trans people get top surgery. Some get a bottom surgery. Some don’t get either.

Why? Because gender is part of who you are, not what your body looks like.

Sometimes transphobes – and even some people who just don’t honestly know better – refer to a “biological woman” or a “biological man”.

We are all biological people. Maybe one day people will live in synthetic bodies, but all this muscle, skin and bone … it’s biology.

They really mean “have or have once had a vagina” or “have or have once had a penis,” and that is simply not our business.

Also, if someone’s sport is supposed to be related to someone’s genitals, it doesn’t sound like what student athletes should do in any school.

(Generally, it would be ideal for creepy adults to stop talking about children’s genitals, be they cis or trans cells)

We can’t get good people from Caitlyn or Mackenzie, but Mackenzie could at least be more respectful when she uses her platform to spit harmful fanaticism.

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