Swim competition allows a 50-year-old biological male to swim with 13 year-old girls

The Markham Pan Am Centre just north of Toronto was the venue for the Richmond Hill Aquatic Centre’s Fall Classic swimming competition last weekend. And the classic Sesame Street song came to mind: “One of these things is not like the others; one of these things does not belong.”

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Rebel News was tipped off by concerned parents that there was something perverse happening in the pool at Richmond Hill Aquatic Centre's Fall Classic swimming competition this past weekend October 20 in Markham Pan Am Centre.

Namely, at one of the swim races on Friday, 10 competitors took part. Nine of the competitors had much in common: they were female and they were either 13 or 14 years of age. Alas, the tenth competitor was Nicholas J. Cepeda, a.k.a., Melody Wiseheart, a member of the Orangeville Otters Swim Club. That’s right: somehow, 13 and 14-year-old girls were swimming against a 50-year-old biological male. Unbelievable.

So it was that Rebel News visited the Markham Pan Am Centre on Sunday, October 22 to get answers. And those answers were hard in coming…

First, organizers actually denied that Nicholas/Melody swam at the meet, even though we provided them with a copy of the Friday schedule that indicated otherwise. Eventually, the organizers relented and admitted that Nicolas/Melody did take part, but they didn’t want to get into a debate about gender and age. Really? The entire competition was structured around:” gender and age.” Ten-year-old girls did not swim against, for example, 17-year-old males.

We were also informed that no representatives from the swimming governing bodies, Swim Ontario and Swim Canada, were available to speak to us (even after the event) because they were “too busy.”

Too bad. We wanted to know if Nicholas got to use the female change room and bathroom. We’re betting that he did.

And so it is that we have another Lia Thomas situation on our hands. Mr. Thomas being the gender-bending grifter at Penn State who was a mediocre male swimmer until he decided to “identify” as a female swimmer and promptly began winning trophies. Funny how that happens…

Of note, Nicholas J. Cepeda/Melody Wiseheart is a professor at Toronto’s York University. And get this: two of his research areas are children and youth. The question arises: why is it that so many so-called “transwomen” are in fields pertaining to children and youth? Disturbing.

By the way this member of the Orangeville Otters Swim Club has received some media coverage via the Caledon Enterprise. Alas, the Enterprise story had absolutely nothing to do with his fetish of swimming with minor girls, mind you. Rather, check out this putrid prose: “They are now pioneers. Members of a generation working against stereotypes and stigmas, facing questions and public scrutiny and telling a story they are forced to tell to educate, to pacify to explain. To help others grow, and the world to evolve.”

A 50-year-old male swimming with teenage girls is an example of… evolution? Charles Darwin must be rolling in his grave.

Notably, none of the concerned parents wanted to come on camera with their justified grievances. This was no doubt due to our prevailing reality of cancel culture. Sure, a 50-year-old man swimming against teenage girls is outrageous and egregious. But in the eyes of the woke sporting associations, this perversity is no doubt an example of diversity, equity, and inclusion. And if you have a problem with that, well, you will be duly penalized…


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