Clay Travis Slams ‘The Atlantic’ For Trying To End Men and Women’s Sports

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Clay Travis unloaded on “The Atlantic” for an article suggesting that youth sports should have co-ed options because same sex sports are ‘rooted in the idea that one sex is inherently inferior.’

Travis shut down the outlet’s argument by stating a biology lesson that is so simple, even a third grader can figure it out.

“Men are bigger, stronger, and faster than women,” Travis said.

Travis believes co-ed teams will cause females to get cut from the roster because of the biological differences between a male and female.

“I think good boys high school teams would crush who ever the WNBA champion is this year,” he said.

Watch Travis’ full take below:

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