Tex Hollywood - October 25, 2022
You all remember the famous NCAA swimming champion who transitioned from male to female in order to compete against females, climbing the ranks of champion because males are seemingly stronger than females, even after they transition.
It divided a lot of people, pissed a lot of people off on both sides of the debate.
Well, in the latest transgender in female sport scandal, a North Carolina volleyball player got a 70 mile per hour spiked volleyball to her head, which apparently caused some serious injuries as coaches say her face, neck and head were injured along with some long term concussion symptoms.
The team has decided to forfeit all games against the school with the transgender player because clearly they don't think it was a fair line-up on the court and people were injured because of it.
Do you think they are being transphobic or unreasonable? Should transgender players who were born male play females, or is it an absurd concept because males are just that much stronger than females even after they transition?
It is very possible that a female player could have the same force in her spike because the player doesn't look that much bigger than the other players, and it is just a bad timing situation.
Either way, it's a point of contention and even posting this could get us cancelled, because everyone is very sensitive about the subject.
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