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29-Year-Old Man Defeats 13-Year-Old Girl Gravity Lost. Despite being a man, 29-year-old transvestite Ricci Tres from Los Angeles has beaten a 13-year-old girl winning the first place in New York …More
29-Year-Old Man Defeats 13-Year-Old Girl

Gravity Lost.
Despite being a man, 29-year-old transvestite Ricci Tres from Los Angeles has beaten a 13-year-old girl winning the first place in New York City’s women's The Board Open skateboarding contest earning $500. In skateboarding, men have a higher centre of gravity, granting them advantages over women.

A Lesson. Kyrgyz Deputy Prime Minister Edil Baisalov harshly answered the representative of an international organization from the U.S. who came to Kyrgyzstan. Quote, “Recently, an American Erica came to the country, and tried to teach something about my country and how bad and stupid we are here.” But Baisalov told her that he does not need lectures on the topic of protecting children from a state where children are shot every week in schools.

More Than 150. Britain's state-broadcaster BBC has hired – quote - “trans and nonbinary inclusion” consultants to tell its staff that there are more than 150 genders and instruct them to police each other’s use of gender pronouns. The BBC’s radio producers have been urged to attend indoctrination classes organized by Global Butterflies which is offering – quote - “Trans & Non-binary Corporate Inclusion Training and Consultation.”

More Abortions. Large companies in the United States, such as Disney, JP Morgan, and Facebook, have agreed to cover travel expenses of their pregnant employees who want to kill their child after the US Supreme Court has eliminated the constitutional right to abortion. Amazon, Yelp, and CitiGroup and others have already announced earlier that they would help their employees to get rid of their children.