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The Infectious Myth – Linda Blade on Male Bodies in Women’s Sports
2020-05-26 by Progressive Radio Network
Linda Blade was a Canadian Track and Field Champion, and NCAA All-American in heptathalon. Following her athletic career she completed a PhD in Kinesiology and has devoted her life since then to developing and implementing training programs for new generations of athletes. She is currently President of Athletics Alberta, in Canada. For a long time she has been concerned with male bodies in female sports, biological males who declare themselves transgender women and then, based on their sex-based biological advantages, consistently win events, leaving all the biological women behind. David and Linda discuss the physical differences in male skeletons, musculature and more, and how women are now fighting a rearguard action to regain the sex-based distinction of their sports category, after mostly men in important organizations like the IOC gave it away.
Wendy Whelan in her final 33rd year at the NYCB (1981-2014)
Ballet is undeniably upper class since its inception as a Royal art in the 1600s. Todays ballet has incorporated many modern variations – most notably in the United States by George Balanchine who developed neoclassical ballet. Wendy Whelan was supposedly “created” for Balanchine ballet as she lead the New York City Ballet for more than three decades dancing a repertoire of more than 50 ballets.
Wendy began her dance training with Virginia Wooton (VW) at the tender age of 3 in Louisville and later joined the official school of New York City Ballet (SAB) at the age of 14. A spine injury (scoliosis) made the young ‘lady’ obliged to wear a heavy plaster cast for quite a while – most possibly an astute explanation for advanced manipulation of her actual male type back and pelvis in order to comply with her future role as the principal female (!) dancer at the NYCB.
After 33 years with the New York City Ballet, Wendy Whelan left in the stage in 2014 all while she had already begun a new nationally adventure in 2012 called “Restless Creature” where Wendy Whelan dance duets with the choreographers of each part of her ballet performance. The homonymous “Restless Creature” documentary film seem to be the foundation Whelan’s legend will be built from as a role-model female who vanquished her serious physical deformity and earned her way to the top through hard work.
There are 33 known degrees in freemasonry that is supposed to lead to the title of Master Mason or MM and rotated 90° clockwise the MM’s becomes 33. The same is the case with Wendy Whelans acronym when rotated counter-clockwise. WW equals 33 which indicates how Wendy Wheelman’s name (WW) is no accident and strongly suggest her role as the lead dancer in american ballet was wilfully orchestrated and that her inversion from male to female began as early as 3.
Wendy Whelan on stage (ca. 2011)
•male length arms and proportion, discernible adonis belt despite clever costume, important trachea, male size ribcage & no space for pregnancy, sloping forehead and male hairline, masculine facial profile with important nose and general wide features
Wendy Whelan dance study series by Howard Schatz (ca.2000)
•legs of steel – male type calves and long thigh muscles with compact masculine gluteus muscles (butt region)
Wendy Whelan and Craig Hall in ‘After The Rain’ 2012
•typical muscular male legs and important knee-caps and calves, worrisome pelvis-bulge, sizeable ribcage, long neck and male face profile with square jawline, chin and nose
Wendy Whelan and Craig Hall – close-up
•obligatory closer look at the worrisome pelvis-bulge – this is (in french) male genitalia with tucked testicles
Wendy Whelan published frequently all through her mysterious hip injury in 2014
•Whelan’s hospital tweet show her female digit ratio with a measurable longer index-finger than ring finger – reassuring one would be led to believe
Wendy Whelan from Boston Globe coverage 2013
•In this face-shot is discernible how Wendy Whelan has a clearly shorter index finger than the hospital close-up would suggest. In other words, WW finds it useful to doctor imagery of her hand to imitate female digit-ratio
Wendy Whelan photographed by husband by David Michalek for Vanity Fair magazine 2014
•male body proportions with big head, big hands, square shoulders, long humerus bone and male legs with big feet
Wendy Whelan – unanimous acclaim after ‘Restless Creature’ performance
•square shoulders and straight up & down body frame, huge male size ribcage & no space for pregnancy, male chin bones, deep eyes, male nose
*original article here