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Another Man Steals Gold from National Women’s Weightlifting Competition

“Why is women’s bench [press] so bad? I mean, not compared to me. We all know that I’m a tranny freak, so that doesn’t count,” the man said before breaking the record.

MANITOBA, CANADA — Another man reminded the world of an obvious biological fact known by all peoples throughout human history, namely – men are stronger than women.

Last week, Canadian weightlifter Anne Andres – a man who claims he is a woman – proved he’s stronger than every woman in the Great White North.

Competing in the Canadian Powerlifting Union’s 2023 Western Canadian Championship on August 13, the 40-year-old Andres claimed first place and was awarded a gold medal for outlifting his female competition.

According to Redux, Andres’ performance would actually have placed him among the top-performing male powerlifters in the entire championship had he participated in the men’s category.

Deemed an oppressed victim under the Leftist paradigm, many users on social media mocked the middle-aged man with common refrains from social justice warriors – such as “stunning” and “brave.”

In February, a video went viral on social media that showed Andres asking why women’s bench press performances weren’t better.

“Why is women’s bench so bad? I mean, not compared to me,” he said. “We all know that I’m a tranny freak so that doesn’t count.”

Speaking to his female competitors after towering over them on the first-place pedestal, Andres wrote in an Instagram post: “Thank you for having me friends. I am always honoured to be allowed to be there with you. I hope I earn it.”