Everyone’s freaking out that a dude competed in a girl’s track meet. And I know this means that the world is upside down. And I know this means the end of girls’ athletics. But I’d like to focus on something even more important.



Haines High School senior Nattaphon “Ice” Wangyot, a biological male who self-identifies as female, is the first trans woman in Alaskan history to compete against females in a girls’ track and field state championship, according to local reporters.

Wangyot qualified for finals at the 2016 Alaska State Track Championships after winning fifth place in the 100-meter dash and third place in the 200-meter dash, competing against girls as young as 14 years old.

5th place? Dude. You’ve gotta’ represent dude-dom better than that. Sheesh man, hit the gym a little. That’s embarrassing.

You didn’t get beat by one girl. You didn’t get beat by two girls. You didn’t even just get beat by three girls. You got beat for four…count ’em four girls. Dude, you’re like…a girl. Wait.