NFL legend Rob Gronkowski speaks out against men competing in women's sports

"Men play men’s sports, women play women’s sports. It’s as simple as that."

NFL legend Rob Gronkowski recently spoke out against the idea of men playing in women's sports, telling Fox News that "There’s really no argument" one could otherwise make. There has been a push over the last several years by trans activists to force women to accept men who identify as transgender into their sporting competitions. This has led to women being pushed off of first place podiums, losing medals, wins, and scholarships, because the males are simply stronger and faster than the women.

"Should men be allowed to play in women’s sports?" A reporter from The Daily Caller asked Gronkowski. Gronkowski shook his head no.

"There’s really no thoughts to really even share. It’s the obvious," Gronkowski said in a recent interview on the subject. "There are men’s sports for men, there’s women’s sports for women. It should just stay like that. It’s just as simple as that, man. There’s really no argument. There should really be no conversation about it."

"How it’s been is how it should be," he explained. "Men play men’s sports, women play women’s sports. It’s as simple as that. It’s really unfair if a man went into a women’s sport and played it. It just doesn’t really make much sense to me."

Gronkowski's view is right in line with the American people. A Gallup survey revealed that 69 percent of Americans believe athletes should only be allowed to participate on sports teams that correspond with their natural born sex. This conclusion was reached despite its use of confusing terms such as "transgender athletes" and "current gender identity." A vast majority of Americans still maintained their belief that men should not be allowed to play in women's sports. 

Gronkowski had a strong football career; he played in 11 seasons of the NFL and won four Super Bowls. Three of those wins were with the New England Patriots while one was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; all featured a pass from fellow teammate and NFL superstar Tom Brady
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