Thursday, February 22, 2024

YOU SEE.....................

 

You see the whole sport world is fucked ........whoever is  allowing this shit  must  be democrats .....straight normal ......secure  .....self loving not loathing ....people would never  accept this  ....this is  the  work of a  weak .......insecure  low self worth  group of  useless  fucking bastards .........this is not  normal ....form normal people ...... this is the  work of  mentally ....ill unstable  dangerous  pedophillic   power  hungry fools .....any one /cunt/fool/person/human ........would know this is wrong .....this is nothing but violence  against women ....on a  sadistic level orchestarted by fucking lunatic liberals ............






A 6' tall, bearded trans basketballer arrogantly slams a young girl to the ground.... she collapses in agony. RILEY GAINES hits back: We used to call this domestic abuse - so why are we now calling it 'sport'?

Riley Gaines is a former NCAA swimmer, the host of OutKick's Gaines For Girls podcast and an ambassador for Independent Women's Forum.

 

We used to have a name for violence against women and girls.

When men punched, pushed or slapped us, that was 'domestic abuse', 'assault'.

Now it has a different name – 'sport'.

The latest exhausting headline: a girls basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned earlier this month after three female players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

Footage of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell is shocking.

We see one girl hurled to the ground by a six-foot male, sporting facial hair.

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The latest exhausting headline: a girls basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned after three female players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

The latest exhausting headline: a girls basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned after three female players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

Footage of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell is shocking. We see one girl hurled to the ground by a six-foot male, sporting facial hair.

Footage of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell is shocking. We see one girl hurled to the ground by a six-foot male, sporting facial hair.

The male wrenches the ball from her hands. The girl – barely reaching the male's shoulder height – is slammed down.

She tries to sit up repeatedly but collapses each time, holding her lower back in agony.

Other girls run over to comfort her but the male player simply turns away, nonchalantly shooting the ball through the net with one hand, catching it with the other.

Author: Riley Gaines

Author: Riley Gaines

It's a perfect picture of arrogance and disdain.

But it's also a snapshot of a deep-rooted and unmistakable contempt for women that I believe drives the trans lobby's ceaseless tirade against us and our spaces.

I have to applaud the school's basketball coach, Kevin Ortins, who called a halt to the game. Though I'm not sure he had much of a choice, considering there weren't many un-injured girls left on the bench.

The school issued a statement afterwards, saying that their players 'feared getting injured and not being able to compete in the upcoming playoffs'.

Notably, there was not one mention of the trans-identifying male player – just that three girls had '[gone] down' in the first half of the game.

How pathetic.

As long as sporting authorities lie down in the face of trans madness and encourage males to invade female spaces with impunity, incidents like this are only going to increase in frequency and severity.

Women are constantly told that we have to 'accept' trans-identifying males into our teams, and into our changing rooms. That to speak up makes us hateful bigots. That these athletes come in the name of compassion, kindness and inclusivity.

But can you honestly tell me that you see any of those positive virtues in that video? All I see is masculine aggression and entitlement.

It is not 'compassionate' to ask a young girl to undress in front males in a locker room. To allow those men to expose themselves in front of minors.

Nor is it ‘kind’ to allow girls to be bullied and battered by those who – let’s be honest – were mediocre at best when competing in the men's category, and now want a chance to take all the medals.

Asking girls to smile and step aside, so that a women's podium can be filled with men is not 'inclusive'.

It is not 'compassionate' to ask a young girl to undress in front males in a locker room. To allow those men to expose themselves in front of minors.

It is not 'compassionate' to ask a young girl to undress in front males in a locker room. To allow those men to expose themselves in front of minors. 

Nor is it ‘kind’ to allow girls to be bullied and battered by those who were mediocre at best when competing in the men's category, and now want a chance to take all the medals. Asking girls to smile and step aside, so that a women's podium can be filled with men is not 'inclusive'.

Nor is it ‘kind’ to allow girls to be bullied and battered by those who were mediocre at best when competing in the men's category, and now want a chance to take all the medals. Asking girls to smile and step aside, so that a women's podium can be filled with men is not 'inclusive'. 

We have reached this farcical point where I have to spell out black from white until I'm blue in the face because a rabid trans-rights lobby tells us daily that if we don't listen to their nonsensical demands then children will kill themselves and blood is on our hands.

Adopting the mantle of victimhood, it seems, is a free pass to commit violence against women and infringe upon our First Amendment rights without accountability or responsibility.

In fact, they're practically cheered along.

The radical Left have made the likes of Lia Thomas – who I swam against – their chief banner bearers.

But the great irony is that, for all the readiness to demonstrate their oh-so-feminist credentials, they're blind to the lunacy of helping males steal women's opportunities, emboldening them to physically and psychologically attack us.

Make no mistake: they are not being 'brave'. They are not being 'their true selves'. These athletes are just abusive, narcissistic misogynists.

But this isn't a battle we can fight alone.

When men felt threatened by a trans influencer, Dylan Mulvaney, promoting their favorite Bud Light beer, they responded with a boycott.

Where are those men now?






A 6' tall, bearded trans basketballer arrogantly slams a young girl to the ground.... she collapses in agony. RILEY GAINES hits back: We used to call this domestic abuse - so why are we now calling it 'sport'?

Riley Gaines is a former NCAA swimmer, the host of OutKick's Gaines For Girls podcast and an ambassador for Independent Women's Forum.

 

We used to have a name for violence against women and girls.

When men punched, pushed or slapped us, that was 'domestic abuse', 'assault'.

Now it has a different name – 'sport'.

The latest exhausting headline: a girls basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned earlier this month after three female players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

Footage of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell is shocking.

We see one girl hurled to the ground by a six-foot male, sporting facial hair.

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The latest exhausting headline: a girls basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned after three female players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

The latest exhausting headline: a girls basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned after three female players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

Footage of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell is shocking. We see one girl hurled to the ground by a six-foot male, sporting facial hair.

Footage of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell is shocking. We see one girl hurled to the ground by a six-foot male, sporting facial hair.

The male wrenches the ball from her hands. The girl – barely reaching the male's shoulder height – is slammed down.

She tries to sit up repeatedly but collapses each time, holding her lower back in agony.

Other girls run over to comfort her but the male player simply turns away, nonchalantly shooting the ball through the net with one hand, catching it with the other.

Author: Riley Gaines

Author: Riley Gaines

It's a perfect picture of arrogance and disdain.

But it's also a snapshot of a deep-rooted and unmistakable contempt for women that I believe drives the trans lobby's ceaseless tirade against us and our spaces.

I have to applaud the school's basketball coach, Kevin Ortins, who called a halt to the game. Though I'm not sure he had much of a choice, considering there weren't many un-injured girls left on the bench.

The school issued a statement afterwards, saying that their players 'feared getting injured and not being able to compete in the upcoming playoffs'.

Notably, there was not one mention of the trans-identifying male player – just that three girls had '[gone] down' in the first half of the game.

How pathetic.

As long as sporting authorities lie down in the face of trans madness and encourage males to invade female spaces with impunity, incidents like this are only going to increase in frequency and severity.

Women are constantly told that we have to 'accept' trans-identifying males into our teams, and into our changing rooms. That to speak up makes us hateful bigots. That these athletes come in the name of compassion, kindness and inclusivity.

But can you honestly tell me that you see any of those positive virtues in that video? All I see is masculine aggression and entitlement.

It is not 'compassionate' to ask a young girl to undress in front males in a locker room. To allow those men to expose themselves in front of minors.

Nor is it ‘kind’ to allow girls to be bullied and battered by those who – let’s be honest – were mediocre at best when competing in the men's category, and now want a chance to take all the medals.

Asking girls to smile and step aside, so that a women's podium can be filled with men is not 'inclusive'.

It is not 'compassionate' to ask a young girl to undress in front males in a locker room. To allow those men to expose themselves in front of minors.

It is not 'compassionate' to ask a young girl to undress in front males in a locker room. To allow those men to expose themselves in front of minors. 

Nor is it ‘kind’ to allow girls to be bullied and battered by those who were mediocre at best when competing in the men's category, and now want a chance to take all the medals. Asking girls to smile and step aside, so that a women's podium can be filled with men is not 'inclusive'.

Nor is it ‘kind’ to allow girls to be bullied and battered by those who were mediocre at best when competing in the men's category, and now want a chance to take all the medals. Asking girls to smile and step aside, so that a women's podium can be filled with men is not 'inclusive'. 

We have reached this farcical point where I have to spell out black from white until I'm blue in the face because a rabid trans-rights lobby tells us daily that if we don't listen to their nonsensical demands then children will kill themselves and blood is on our hands.

Adopting the mantle of victimhood, it seems, is a free pass to commit violence against women and infringe upon our First Amendment rights without accountability or responsibility.

In fact, they're practically cheered along.

The radical Left have made the likes of Lia Thomas – who I swam against – their chief banner bearers.

But the great irony is that, for all the readiness to demonstrate their oh-so-feminist credentials, they're blind to the lunacy of helping males steal women's opportunities, emboldening them to physically and psychologically attack us.

Make no mistake: they are not being 'brave'. They are not being 'their true selves'. These athletes are just abusive, narcissistic misogynists.

But this isn't a battle we can fight alone.

When men felt threatened by a trans influencer, Dylan Mulvaney, promoting their favorite Bud Light beer, they responded with a boycott.

Where are those men now?




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