First it was ESPN succumbing to the pressures of political correctness by referring to “legendary decathlete, Caitlyn Jenner” in a disclaimer preceding a documentary about Reebok’s $25 million-dollar ad campaign in 1992 that featured 1976 Olympic decathlon winner, Bruce Jenner.
Then there was the recent outrage over an NPR interview in which former tennis star, John McEnroe, stated that Serena Williams was the “best female player ever,” thus outwardly acknowledging the biological differences between men and women in sports.
“This is ludicrous. It’s getting to the point where we're going to have to rewrite history and deny science in order to appease these special interest groups,” said Pat Gray on this week's "Pat & Stu." "There’s no reason to pretend that men and women are the same physically. They’re just not.”