With all the brainwashed feminist bullshit about genders being exactly the same (except for scenarios in which women are better and men are apparently worse) here we have a thoroughly amusing example of just how poorly this perpetuated western world view works in reality.
The USA's own Olympic team for Women's ice hockey... Should do pretty well against the boys, right? When I first heard Milo Yiannopoulos mention this I thought he was joking... Surely they'd do okay? Nope. That's just your brainwashing talking. They got beaten in five separate matches with various High Schools. They used these matches to prepare for the Sochi Winter Olympics last year. Didn't hear about it? I wonder why.
This is also relevant to the idiotic assertions that the Women's UFC champion Rhonda Rousey is "pound for pound" the best fighter, male or female, in the world. This stupidity I have heard repeated to me by a female MMA fighter too... Who presumably should know better. Alas, the potency of feminist truth-distortion is amazing.
Men and women are different in a variety of ways, both physically and mentally. Refusing to educate yourself in these differences limits your effectiveness. Seek to be scientifically correct before being politically correct.
Don't believe the bullshit. Continue to challenge the mainstream thinking to discover the truth. To be your own man you must think your own thoughts. All else is not the path to being a more satisfied man but the path to a ruinous existence.
The report on it: http://nesn.com/2014/01/u-s-womens-olympic-hockey-team-preparing-for-sochi-games-by-playing-boys-high-school-teams-in-new-england/
Thanks to u/cptfizz for giving the source for the Serena Williams tennis example too (a few people keep mentioning it wondering who the guy was):
"Karsten Braasch is a German former professional tennis player. His highest ATP singles ranking was World No. 38, which he reached in June 1994. His career-high in doubles was World No. 36, achieved in November 1997. He was well-noted for his service motion and his habit of smoking during changeovers. Braasch competed in a "Battle of the Sexes" contest against Venus Williams and Serena Williams at the 1998 Australian Open when he was ranked 203. A decade and a half older than the sisters, Braasch was described by one journalist as "a man whose training regime centred around a pack of cigarettes and more than a couple bottles of ice cold lager." He nonetheless defeated both sisters, playing a single set against each, beating Serena 6–1 and Venus 6–2.