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Battle in Huntington Beach after transgender surfer barred from longboard competition

LOS ANGELES — Sasha Jane Lowerson just wanted to surf. But when the Australian longboard surfer attempted to enter an upcoming competition in Huntington Beach, the athlete, who was born intersex, learned that the organizer wasn't going to allow transgender athletes.

Took these photos when I was in that RED area(s):






Nice blue beach:






Lunch:




Arrived at Huntington:







John McCain died:





Huntington's pier has a bit more traffic:








More Baywatch too:






The beach is not as blue as Balboa's even though it's not that far from each other but definitely more surfers:










Lots more kites:




Laguna:



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He was a dude trying to compete against women... He was not banned because he was a trans. Leave it to the LA Time to spread disinformation ...

This has nothing to do with Red/Blue, Left/Right, etc etc It's just common sense. Last I check... Huntington Beach voted Dems in the last two elections.

Again... why are these men trying so hard to compete against women? Because they know full well, they will wipe the floor with the other women competitors. 100% of the time, they will dominate the women... Just like that high school trans athlete that defeat his female competitor 700+ times. Does anyone ever see a transmen fighting to compete against men in sports?

If you're in favor of transwomen competing against women... don't even bother screaming... "we are for women's right", because we know you're just full of BS.



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Perhaps some of those Republicans were going with "the lesser of two evils" factor...durin g those elections.

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How one California beach town became Gavin Newsom’s nemesis
Huntington Beach’s hard-right turn is typical of modern California Republicanism

...Huntington Beach is fighting the state on several fronts, from housing regulations to voting rules to the flying of the gay-pride flag. The city’s ill-advised battles against Mr Newsom are emblematic of the friction between California’s many Republican pockets and the liberal state government; and of the evolution of California’s Republican Party during the Trump era.

...Some 41% of Huntington Beach residents are registered Republicans, making them the city's largest political tribe




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