Be Brave

At Team Sure Win, we believe in equality and fairness for all, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation. We recognize the challenges and struggles faced by the LGBTQ+ community and have always been a staunch supporter of their rights.

However, we also believe in the importance of protecting the integrity of women’s sports. We believe that allowing biological males to compete in women’s sports unfairly disadvantages female athletes and undermines the hard work and dedication that they put into their craft. This is not only a matter of physical ability but also emotional and mental well-being, especially for young girls who aspire to succeed in the sports they love. They have been traumatized, heartbroken, and dejected by policies that were designed to be inclusive but ultimately disregard the very sector for whom the division was created.

This is not about hatred or discrimination towards the LGBTQ+ community, but rather a matter of preserving the integrity and fairness of women’s sports. We recognize that gender identity is a complex issue, but we firmly believe that no amount of chemical suppressors can fully level the playing field between male and female athletes. This is the truth. Those who say that this is not true is pretending and lying for the sake of political correctness and for political alliance and convenience.

We commend the athletes, celebrities, media personalities, and institutions that have the courage to speak out against the inclusion of biological males in women’s sports. They have shown the conviction needed to stand up for what is right and just, even in the face of criticism and backlash. We encourage others to join us in the efforts to protect the integrity of women’s sports and ensure a level playing field for all athletes.

Be brave.

One thought on “Be Brave

  1. GJ Marino says:

    Very nice article. Make sense!

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