Transgender Volleyball Player Slams The Ball In The Face Of A Girl Opponent, Causes Severe Head And Neck Injuries

A four-term California Assemblywoman, Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks), herself a former college athlete, had a horrifying answer to a voter’s question about whether it’s fair to allow transgender females (biological males) to compete in women’s collegiate and professional sports. That answer?

“I thought this out already. We start at age 8 or 9. By the time boys transfer into girls and teens at age 12 or 13, they have new friends. By the time they turn 17, 18, or 19, nobody knows their past.”

Instead of addressing the actual issue, and seemingly without regard for the fact that this transition includes genital mutilation, sterilization, and irreversible hormonal impacts, Irwin thinks it’s easy-peasy to handle this sticky “social justice” situation by simply mutilating boys at an even younger age, when they have no capacity to make a life-altering decision – and so by the time they’re in college, they can easily obfuscate their biological gender.

That is not a “solution.” That is extreme child abuse, and torture.

It’s just a matter of time before someone loses his life because of these policies!

One North Carolina school district is ruling out further volleyball competitions against one opponent after a player suffered an injury last month in a match against a team with a transgender athlete.

Coaches believe the player who struck the injurious ball was a biological male playing on a women’s team as a transgender athlete, according to The Post Millennial, citing North Carolina’s Education First Alliance.

The hit was unlike anything that one women’s volleyball coach had seen in the course of his career, according to WPDE-TV.

The Cherokee County School District intends for its teams to forfeit all further scheduled volleyball matches against the Highlands School, according to WLOS-TV.

Coaches indicate she’s suffered “severe head and neck injuries, resulting in long-term concussion symptoms,” according to Education First Alliance.

Cherokee board members are citing competitive concerns as well as safety in their decision not to play against Highlands.

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