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Lia Thomas Flashed Her Penis in the Women’s Locker Room and Riley Gaines Isn’t Having It!

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Tex Hollywood - February 10, 2023

Riley Gaines is trying to get the NCAA to set up separate locker rooms for the transgender athletes competing in women's sports, or should I say, dominating women's sport.

Her argument is that her and her teammates were forced to undress in front of champion swimmer Lia Thomas, which made them all uncomfortable.

It's one of those fear of being cancelled, so keep your mouth shut situations, but Riley isn't scared to speak up!

The 12-time All-American and 5-Time SEC Champion went public with the moment she was exposed to Lia's "Male genitalia" in the women's locker room after a meet, not realizing they are female genitalia now. That bigot!

This is the quote:

“We were not forewarned beforehand that we would be sharing a locker room with Lia. We did not give our consent, and they did not ask for our consent, but in that locker room we turned around, and there’s a 6’4″ biological man dropping his pants and watching us undress, and we were exposed to male genitalia,”

Sounds like someone's just a sore loser!

She went onto say:

“Not even probably a year, two years ago, this would have been considered some form of sexual assault, voyeurism. But now not even are they just allowing it to happen, but it’s almost as if these large organizations are encouraging it to happen."

What a prude! What is she, some kind of person with traditional Christian values who isn't into being flashed male genitals when she's changing?

She went onto say:

"The NCAA then nominated Thomas for NCAA Woman of the Year, so we [they] are celebrating this movement. This is not something that happened by chance on a one-off basis,” she said. “They are encouraging men to compete in women’s sports.”

No very inclusive of her, is it!?

Here she is on fighting for the Fairness in Women's Sports Bill:

Some may call her a hero!



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  • jim says:

    Riley Is a Hero!

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