Biological Male Athlete DEMOLISHES Four Women’s Powerlifting World Records

Four women’s powerlifting world records were shattered on Sunday by Mary Gregory, a biological male who identifies as female. The transgender athlete set Masters powerlifting world records in women’s squat, bench press, and deadlift, and scored a Masters world total record.

University of Notre Dame: Men ‘don’t deserve opinions,’ tweeted new director of gender relations

A University of Notre Dame student who has voiced negative statements about men and is openly opposed to Catholic sexual ethics was recently confirmed as director of the student government’s Department of Gender Relations.

The department “works to foster a healthy environment of communication and dialogue between individuals of different genders on campus,” according to its website.

The student who recently took the helm is Anne Jarrett. During the student senate confirmation hearing April 15, sophomore senator DC Morris raised concerns over Jarrett’s ability to work effectively with men as gender relations director given some of her past comments on social media.


Jarrett, a junior, tweeted March 29: “The only thing this has taught me is that men are gross and they don’t deserve opinions and I categorically do not want to f*** them.” This was in response to harassment she received on a post of herself wearing bike shorts to protest an op-ed that called leggings immodest.

She said in other tweets regarding men: “I have a lot of sex with men for someone who condemns so vehemently giving men opportunities to disappoint me,” and “Cory Booker is the only man who is allowed to speak ever again thank you this has been a PSA.”

In yet another example of statements that have caused some to worry about her ability to be the leader of positive relationships between genders at Notre Dame, she said in an Instagram post last year: “You can trust [women about their bodies]. If we wanted your ignorant, irrelevant opinions, we’d ask.”

In defending herself against Morris’ concerns, Jarrett said at the meeting that “as director of Gender Relations, I would want to make sure that we have discussions about how to relate to other genders on campus in ways that don’t make people feel alienated or hurt or sad or scared,” the Observer reported.

Jarrett also stated that her tweet in which she said “men don’t deserve opinions” resulted from feelings of isolation and fear, and that the negative comments were a difficult thing for her to go through as a “female-presenting person.”

During the meeting, freshman senator Samuel Delmer also expressed concerns that Jarrett’s condemnation of Catholic sexual ethics would affect her policies as director of Gender Relations at Notre Dame, where at least 80 percent of the students are Catholic.

Jarrett had said in a now deleted tweet: “I see the [Catholic] faith as inherently against female empowerment and sexual freedom.”

She also tweeted, “Catholic marriage isn’t about love, it was conceived to make licit the illicit act of sex for the purpose of procreation (evangelization).”

Delmer said, “The fact that [Jarrett] sees the faith as inherently against female empowerment—not just the faith as it is now—shows that while she advances female empowerment at this University, [Jarrett] will…see part of that as counteracting the Catholic faith,” the Observerreported.

In her defense, Jarrett stated “I’m not here to teach or promote my own agenda.”

Meanwhile, in her first recent email to members of the Gender Relations department, Jarrett laid out the agenda for her tenure.

Addressing her department members as “folx,” (a gender-neutral term which includes transgender and non-binary people), she laid out some of the initiatives she plans to pursue in the next school year, including: “sexual assault prevention,” “trans* student rights,” “PRIDE week,” “pronoun emphasis,” “discussions about sex/gender/sexuality,” “menstrual product availability,” and “PARIETALS ‘reform’ (REMOVAL).”

Parietals is the policy at Notre Dame that people of the opposite sex are not allowed to be in the bedrooms of the university’s single sex dorms from midnight to 9 a.m. on weeknights and 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. on the weekends. In an article for the Huffington Post, Jarrett explained that she opposes this policy because “it seems to enforce heteronormativity and ignore that LGBTQ+ students exist here.”

In her call for the rights of transgender students, Jarrett is perhaps referring to allowing transgender students to live in the dorm that corresponds to their gender identity, as she has criticized the single-sex dorms for making “being a transgender student on campus impossible.” Jarrett expressed her opinions on issues of transgenderism when she stated in a Facebook post: “I can speak for hours (or recommend reading!) on how gender and gender identity: ≠ sex, cannot be determined by genitalia, are on a spectrum and so on.”

Jarrett is one of the founding members of Irish 4 Reproductive Health (I4RH), a group which describes themselves as “sex-positive feminists” who work to promote “reproductive justice” at Notre Dame. The group is in the process of suing Notre Dame for not providing abortifacients in their healthcare policy. I4RH delivers condoms, internal condoms, and lubricant to any students on the Notre Dame campus who request them via their Snapchat.

Student body President Elizabeth Boyle, who was director of the Department of Gender Relations prior to her election as president, defended her nomination of Jarrett at her senate confirmation, saying: “Bringing diversity and diversity of thought is exceptionally important.”

The press secretary of student government declined to comment to The College Fix and would not respond if Jarrett would treat all men and women with equal value.

Boyle and Jarrett also did not respond to comment. After The Fix contacted Jarrett seeking a comment for this article, Jarrett made her Twitter account private.

Men ‘don’t deserve opinions,’ tweeted new director of gender relations

Wife stabs husband to death for not buying chicken legs for her

A woman in east China stabbed her husband to death after he forgot to bring home some chicken legs.

According to Mail Online, the couple got into a heated argument in their flat in Lujiang county, Anhui province on April 13 after the husband came home empty-handed, according to Chinese media.

The woman then grabbed a fruit knife from the kitchen and slashed her husband to death.

Relatives of the victim, who was named as Wu Shouchun, said that the woman, surnamed Luo, became very spoiled and bad-tempered after getting married.

Woman seeks divorce after husband forgets to bring home burger

“She would hit her husband, but he would never retaliate,” Wu’s cousin said.

Neighbours also said that arguments between the couple were a daily occurrence.

Wu’s mother, He Changying, told reporters that her son was attending a business dinner when her daughter-in-law asked him to bring her some chicken legs.

However, after the meal, Wu forgot about the errand and returned home without the food she had asked for.

During the argument, the furious wife rushed into the kitchen, grabbed a knife and slashed Wu.

Wu’s mother was in bathroom at the time and said she heard her granddaughter screaming. When she came out, she saw her son lying in a pool of blood.

Emergency services rushed him to hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The couple, who have a son and daughter, often argued about the caretaking responsibilities of Wu’s elderly mother.

The wife insisted that her mother-in-law move into a storage room with no windows, which Wu adamantly refused.

From then on, their relationship deteriorated, he said.

Lujiang County police declined to reveal any details amid ongoing investigations, the report added.