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(WATCH) Adidas Releases Ad Promoting Biological Males Crushing in Women’s Sports


The left hates women and nothing presents this more clearly than allowing women’s sports to be dominated by biological males.

Corporate America has fully supported allowing males to compete in women’s sports, and sports-apparel giant Adidas released an ad “pushing for biological males to crush women on the court.”

Adidas is the world’s second-largest sportswear manufacturer, after Nike, but something tells me they may lose lots of revenue after this latest campaign.

The ad features Brazilian volleyball player Tiffany Abreu and several other athletes.

As The Liberty Loft explained:

Commentator Todd Starnes noted an ad in a new campaign, structured around the idea that nothing is impossible, features Brazilian volleyball player Tiffany Abreu among other athletes.

He’s a biological male competing on the women’s team there, leaving the company “pushing for biological males to crush women on the court,” Starnes explained.

Adidas’ ad claims, “Not only is she an unstoppable athlete, but she also uses her voice to encourage others to embrace their own identities.”

But Abreu competed as a man for Brazil, and in other championships in the leagues of Indonesia, Portugal, Spain, France, the Netherlands, and Belgium.

But he now explained, in Portuguese in the ad, “I play for Brazil and for all trans women. So when you cheer my name, we all win — on and off the court.”

Watch the Adidas ‘I’MPOSSIBLE’ – IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING ad below:

The Washington Times reported on the company’s woke politics:

The German company’s “Impossible is Nothing” ad, which riffs off the pun “impossible / I’m possible,” features Brazilian volleyball player Tiffany Abreu.

A general ad featuring Abreu and several other athletes in different sports is narrated with the campaign’s theme.

“It’s impossible. To take hold of the world’s spotlight overnight. Create your own uniform. Be a cover model. A powerful athlete. Or compete as a trans woman. Impossible? No. I’m possible,” the narrator says.

Another of the clips, narrated by Abreu in Portuguese, focuses on the volleyball player, the first trans person in Brazil’s top female league and the tallest person on the team in the clip.

“I play for Brazil and for all trans women. So when you cheer my name, we all win — on and off the court,” Abreu says, according to the clip’s subtitles, before finishing with the campaign theme. “My story is not impossible. Because I’m possible.”

Accompanying the clip on Adidas’ official YouTube channel is an English description lauding Abreu for pushing identity politics.


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