Skateboarder Taylor Silverman, who recently took second place at the Red Bull Cornerstone skating contest, wrote a letter to the energy drink company about how she should have received first place.
Instead, a man who identifies as a transgender took first place instead of Silverman because he is stronger and has more muscle mass.
Since there was prize money involved, Silverman felt compelled to say something after the man pretending to be a woman took home the most money, followed by Silverman and the girl who placed third.
"I have been skateboarding for eleven years and competing for several years," Silverman tweeted. "I have been in three different contests with trans women, two of which I placed second."
"At the last contest series I did for Redbull, I placed second. The trans competitor who won took $1000 dollars in qualifiers, $3000 in finals, and $1000 in best trick. This totaled to $5000 of the prize money meant for the female athletes."
Silverman personally took home $1,000 in qualifiers and $1,750 for second place, totaling $2,750. The girl who took third place only received $750, even though she should have received $2,750 and Silverman the full first prize money.
"The girl who deserved $1000 for best trick took nothing along with whoever would have placed third," Silverman added in her post. (Related: Back in 2019, another female athlete spoke out after losing to a transgender.)
"I deserved to place first, be acknowledge for my win, and get paid. I reached out to Redbull and was ignored. I am sick of being bullied into silence."
Silverman also shared the letter she wrote to Red Bull, which explains that a biological man "with a clear advantage" unfairly won the women's division in skateboarding, as well as best trick and multiple qualifiers.
"This took away the opportunity that was meant for women to place and earn money," Silverman added in the letter.
"What happened was unfair and at the time I was too uncomfortable to speak up. I understand that in today's society even some women think this is acceptable, but I believe in doing the right thing even if it's not the popular thing. I now realize it's really important for me to speak up and I'd like to schedule a time to talk."
Silverman's petition was disrespectfully ignored by "Erich," the person at Red Bull to whom Silverman wrote the letter. This speaks volumes as to the "woke" nature of Red Bull, which deserved to be boycotted over this fiasco.
Instead of receiving support for her bravery, Silverman was mocked by the Twitter brigade, most of whom seem to be leftists – and many of which might also be bots, according to billionaire Elon Musk.
A large number of them told Silverman to just "be better," a common leftist trope. Others said she just needs to work harder and magically put on more male muscle mass so that she can perhaps win first place next time she competes.
"Just do better," wrote someone with a female photo image on her profile. "Train harder. Overcome, don't spread hate like this."
In other words, it is "hateful" to speak up for oneself when treated unfairly by Western woke-ism.
"She's just a better skater than you!" wrote another, using the word "she" to describe the male who "won" the competition.
"This post just shows your ignorance," lamented another female-looking profile photo with red hair. "Trans woman are women."
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