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Skateboarder Taylor Silverman criticized the National Organization for Women for claiming advocacy for fairness in women’s sports is white supremacy.

Silverman said this was a desperate attempt to scare people into silence and erase minority women’s experiences.

“I take the National Organization for Women claiming that fairness in women’s sports is White supremacy about as seriously as I take them claiming men can be women,” Silverman stated. “They are blinded by this lie and desperate to scare people into silence. Men in women’s sports impacts all women, including minorities that the National Organization for Women seemingly want to erase to push their ridiculous narrative.”

She has competed against biological males, losing placements twice.

“I’ve never seen so many oppression buzzwords in one sentence. Apparently, advocating for fair sport makes me a white supremacist. I wonder if my attorney will agree. (in case you were wondering, NOW stands for National Organization of Women lol),” Silverman wrote on X.

“I think that the whole idea that we need a Transgender Day of Visibility is ridiculous because I agree that people who identify as trans have a lot of problems. I don’t think visibility is one of them,” Silverman said.

Silverman’s remarks came after NOW slammed a lawsuit against the NCAA over transgender athlete policy as perpetuating white patriarchy rather than ensuring equality.

Defenders said NOW no longer supports women. Silverman previously objected to Biden acknowledging Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter as disrespecting Christians.

“Go to a women’s sporting event, like a skateboarding contest, and you’ll see that they have no problem with visibility.”

“I’m not sure that Biden tweeted this. I think it’s his puppet masters. I don’t think Biden is controlling that or making a lot of decisions at this point,” she said.

She sees an agenda of disrespecting religion through repeated LGBTQ-themed holidays and messaging.

Silverman began advocating for fairness after losing prize money competing against transgender women, believing biological males have competitive advantages over biological females in sports.

“Look at these calendars and look at what our politicians and people in power are pushing and telling us,” she added.

“Visibility is not an issue. And for this fall on Easter, it just goes along with this theme that I have noticed that all of this gender identity stuff, the LGBTQ stuff, has a theme of disrespecting religious people in our country and disrespecting God as a whole.”

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