Roman Catholic Archbishop Fulton Sheen once said, “To a great extent, the level of civilization can be measured based on the level of its womanhood” — which is bad news for much of the Western world, because it would now appear that many of our best “women” are actually men.
As civilization goes to hell in a hand basket, it is difficult to keep track of all the latest leftist absurdities foisted upon the average citizen.
To help document our decline, here are five biological men who won woman-only prizes, listed under their respective category, in no particular order.
USA Today’s “Women of the Year”
On Tuesday, The Daily Wire reported that Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services, Rachel Levine, a biological man, was included in USA Today’s “Women of the Year” award for 2021. USA Today listed the following characteristics for how their selections were made:
Every day across our country, USA TODAY’s Women of the Year lead and inspire, promote and fight for equity, give others a place to seek help and find hope.
They are strong and resilient women who have been champions of change and courage, often quietly, but with powerful results. And often despite their own challenges.
Some of the women may be familiar names. Others may be new to you. Each has an inspiring and powerful story.
Of Levine, USA Today noted, “Levine, 64, a trained pediatrician, became the nation’s highest-ranking openly transgender official last March when the Senate confirmed her as assistant secretary of health.”
Levine was also previously recognized as “the first-female four star general” to serve in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.
As pointed out by Declan Leary of the American Conservative, “Fun fact: Admiral Levine is now the second U.S. four-star (joining Gen. Mark Milley) to have played on the 1975 varsity football team at Massachusetts’ all-boys Belmont Hill School.”
Fun fact: Admiral Levine is now the second U.S. four-star (joining Gen. Mark Milley) to have played on the 1975 varsity football team at Massachusetts' all-boys Belmont Hill School. https://t.co/Ap9depIyiW
— Declan Leary (@DeclanLeary) October 19, 2021
The Golden Globe’s “Best Actress”
In December, The Daily Wire reported that in “an untelevised ceremony, the 79th annual Golden Globes Award show honored Michaela Jaé ‘Mj’ Rodriguez with the distinction of ‘Best Actress’ in a television drama.”
“Rodriguez was born a male and now claims to be a woman,” The Daily Wire added. “Rodriguez won the award for playing the character Blanca, a nurse on the LGBT dramatic series, ‘Pose.’ NBC News reported that this was the first time a transgender actor has ever won a Golden Globe.”
Rodriguez expressed appreciation for the award, hoping that the award will prove a “young Black Latina girl from Newark, New Jersey” could find success through “love.”
New Zealand’s “Sportswoman of the Year”
Last October, The Daily Wire reported that “Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard, who was the first male-to-female transgender individual to compete in a women’s Olympic event, was named ‘Sportswoman of the Year’ by New Zealand’s University of Otago despite being biologically male.”
Jeopardy!’s “Winningest Female Ever”
This victory for women everywhere came as a biological man dominated contestants left and right on the gameshow “Jeopardy!”
“Amy Schneider … became the highest-earning contestant who identifies as female ever after winning for the 18th consecutive time last Friday, beating out the former record-setter, Larissa Kelly. Schneider has now won $706,800 on the game show with a chance to win more tonight,” The Daily Wire reported in December.
Schneider’s success actually came at the expense of a best-selling LGBT children’s author and The Daily Wire’s own Matt Walsh. Walsh tweeted: “The greatest female Jeopardy champion of all time is a man. Top female college swimmer is a man. The first female 4 star admiral in Public Health Service is a man…The patriarchy wins in the end.”
He was suspended by Twitter for that, so whatever you do — as fellow Daily Wire writer, Megan Basham, observed — don’t repeat his word on Twitter or elsewhere, or you will be sent to the virtual gulag:
Twitter suspended @MattWalshBlog for saying:
“The greatest female Jeopardy champion of all time is a man. Top female college swimmer is a man. The first female 4 star admiral in Public Health Service is a man…The patriarchy wins in the end.”
So you won't want to repeat that. https://t.co/D9fMSqRpUL
— Megan Basham (@megbasham) January 8, 2022
Nevada’s “Miss USA”
In June, “a biological male who identifies as female, Kataluna Enriquez, was crowned Miss Nevada USA on Sunday, becoming the first transgender — and first biologically male — contestant to take the crown,” The Daily Wire reported:
Enriquez, who made history back in March after being crowned Miss Silver State USA — the first time a transgender individual won that beauty pageant — snagged the crown during the annual pageant at the South Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Enriquez has yet to speak about Sunday night’s win but told a local Las Vegas news station back in March that the Miss Silver State USA win was a “celebration of womanhood,” despite Enriquez being biologically male.
So, there you have it. More and more, all the “best women” are actually inadequate men.
But remember, if you are an actual woman who speaks out against all of this, then you will be branded a bigot like Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling.
Rowling has long been an advocate that men cannot become women and women cannot become men for quite some time. For that, Rowling has been attacked in the press, and peers and individuals who have made millions off her books have called for her to be canceled.
In response, Rowling has declared that she is willing to go down defending her ideas.
“Yes, sweetheart. I’m staying right here on this hill, defending the right of women and girls to talk about themselves, their bodies and their lives in any way they damn well please.” Rowling said to one critic. “You worry about your legacy, I’ll worry about mine.
That’s great and should be applauded, but it’s a shame that the above groups and organizations will not honor Rowling’s defense of womanhood anytime soon.
The views expressed in this piece are the author’s own and do not necessarily represent those of The Daily Wire.