The battle of the sexes

Billie Jean King (1943-) beat Bobby Riggs (1918-95) in three straight sets after he challenged her to a match in 1973. Matina Navratilova (1956-) lost to Jimmy Connors (1952-) 7-5, 6-2 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas in 1992.  He gave her a dozen of roses and took home $500,000 winner-take-all prize.  After the match, Patty Connors, the former playmate exclaimed that her husband wasn’t playing all that hard, “he can’t slam down on the girl!!”  It’s funny and cute to see woman plays man, knowing well that the top woman can not beat the top ranked man, period.  When Bobby played Billie, he’s 55 and she 30.  Not sure he’s ever ranked #1.

Why should there be a war between the sexes is beyond me.  Man has their places in the world we have ours.  Shouldn’t we make love rather than war?  Feminist, especially the American way is hypocrite.  The current female presidential candidate is riding on her husband’s tail, she and other bright, expensively educated smart women are willing to be hauled onto the stage to be humiliated, in front of the entire world.

We grew up with the notion that there are only two sexes, male and female.  Then enters the gay and lesbian.  As if that’s not busy enough for us, we have bi-sexual, omnisexual, and transgender.  The transmale, transfemale or transgeneration.  It’s very unfortunate that some feels he or she born into the wrong body.  Almost unthinkable.  The biggest fear for those kids was losing family love and support.  Would you love your child less when he or she decides to change gender, or give more since the child is negotiating a tough journey, mentally and physically?

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