Finally, a use for boys who think they're girls

 A mustachioed "Andraya" yearwood triumphs over her fellow female competitors (Runner "S" doesn't look very happy about the situation, but i'm sure she's now in college and has been woked to intersectionality, white privilege, and ... whatever )

A mustachioed "Andraya" yearwood triumphs over her fellow female competitors (Runner "S" doesn't look very happy about the situation, but i'm sure she's now in college and has been woked to intersectionality, white privilege, and ... whatever )

Fire departments are under pressure to hire females to meet quotas, regardless of ability and strength.

I weigh 185 pounds, a number that I'm ashamed to admit is 15 pounds heavier than I was when I was a fit, 25-year-old, and with much of the muscle that I had back then now deteriorated to flab, but I'd still like to have a rescuer show up who's capable of hauling my sorry ass out of a burning building: a 115-pound affirmative action fireperson is unlikely to have that capability, but current policies require that she be given the opportunity, and physical standards have been lowered accordingly. Phooey. 

Thanks to Obama, our military, including its Green Beret and Ranger units, has also been forced to lower its physical and psychological standards, and, just to show fairness, those standards  have been reduced for both men and women. This insanity  jeopardizes all warriors, so I think the solution is to use transgenders to meet the Obama quotas. The men who self-identify as women have the muscle and bone structure to match that of their former colleagues, as shown by their victories over real women in sport competitions, and with a whole-hearted, enthusiastic recruitment campaign, should enlist in sufficient numbers to meet all quotas: police, firemen, soldiers. and girls' tennis teams. While it is true that, until a year or so, the number of men suffering gender dysphoria was estimated at just one-tenth of one percent, that's now been recalculated as fifty percent; surely that's a large enough of the population to serve our need for first responders and military personnel, as well as college sororities and women's victimhood classes.

And, despite the current settled science, they can't get pregnant,, which would certainly be a relief to the Navy: at any given time 16% of the women on its ships are pregnant and must be returned to shore. In fact, it's a common way to avoid deployment entirely.

Bring on the boys — it's  win-win solution.