You obviously live in a very bitter and twisted world, mate. Your focus on sexuality and your rather "special" interpretation of behaviours associated with both gender and sexuality borders on the bizarre. Your world is all about simps, pimps and, in your case, probably gimps.
It's clearly a peculiar and definitely disturbing place to focus on, but you do you mate. (I'm guessing you do way too much of that last bit anyway.)
The fact that you cannot recognise these things within yourself says a lot more about you than it does about me. Stay strong to your fantastical delusions, and keep digging that hole.
You are the one constantly here in this thread not me.
You are the only person i have used the term "Simp" with, i felt like i had to dumb myself down and use such "modern" descriptions for added humour and in line with how pathetic this thread is or has become.
My focus here is more about setting the record straight since SER8 and yourself have created their own narrative that is not the facts.
1) I have shown i support female sport
2) I have not made a racist comment
3) I support the rights of workers not being forced into promoting agendas they don't wish to support that has nothing to do with their employment.
4) I have provided a compromise on how to promote "inclusivity" in a view to meet half way somewhat yet the other side of the debate has provided "nothing"----tells you a lot about their kind of "inclusivity" and listening to all.(we hear you but not listening to)
Read up on both sides of the women funding in sport debate beyond limiting yourself to trying to relate to females and their struggles for "simp points".
Women "teams" sports at best for the most part are just loss lead ins investments for the mens game with not much growth potential beyond the first decade, large investments especially in high impact sports like Rugby League is not the smartest allocation of funds.
Womens solo sport is the contrast to the above and worth the investment in.
Womens team sport can only justify investment relative to the general interest, participation rates and attendances it can generate, nothing more or nothing less.
95% of men have zero interest in watching female team sports other than the odd time here and there at lunch time on a lazy Sunday.