Home Australia 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’?

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’?

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The latest grueling headline: A women's basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned after three players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

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

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

When men hit, pushed, or slapped us, that was “domestic abuse,” “assault.”

Now it has a different name: “sport.”

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

The images of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School in Lowell are shocking.

We see a girl thrown to the ground by a six-foot-tall man sporting facial hair.

The latest grueling headline: A women's basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned after three players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

The latest grueling headline: A women’s basketball game at a Massachusetts high school had to be abandoned after three players were injured at the hands of a trans student.

The images of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School in Lowell are shocking. We see a girl thrown to the ground by a six-foot-tall man sporting facial hair.

The images of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School in Lowell are shocking. We see a girl thrown to the ground by a six-foot-tall man sporting facial hair.

The images of the incident at the Collegiate Charter School in Lowell are shocking. We see a girl thrown to the ground by a six-foot-tall man sporting facial hair.

The man snatches the ball from his hands. The girl, who barely reaches the height of the man’s shoulders, falls suddenly.

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

Other girls run to console her, but the player simply turns around, nonchalantly throwing the ball across the net with one hand and catching it with the other.

Author: Riley Gaines

Author: Riley Gaines

Author: Riley Gaines

It is a perfect image of arrogance and disdain.

But it’s also a snapshot of an unmistakable, deeply rooted disdain for women that I believe drives the trans lobby’s relentless tirade against us and our spaces.

I have to applaud the school’s basketball coach, Kevin Ortins, who stopped the game. Although I’m not sure he had much of a choice, considering there weren’t many unscathed girls left on the bench.

The school released a statement afterward, saying its players “feared they would get injured and not be able to compete in the upcoming playoffs.”

Notably, there wasn’t a single mention of the male player identifying as trans, only that three girls had'[gone] down’ in the first half of the game.

How pathetic.

As long as sports authorities continue to give in to trans madness and encourage men to invade female spaces with impunity, incidents like this will only increase in frequency and severity.

Women are constantly told that we have to “accept” men who identify as trans on our teams and in our locker rooms. Speaking clearly turns us into hateful intolerants. May these athletes come in the name of compassion, kindness and inclusion.

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

It is not “compassionate” to ask a young woman to undress in front of men in a locker room. Allowing these men to expose themselves to minors.

It is also not “kind” to allow girls to be bullied and mistreated 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 the women’s podium can be filled with men is not “inclusive.”

It is not “compassionate” to ask a young woman to undress in front of men in a locker room. Allowing these men to expose themselves to minors.

It is also not “kind” to allow girls to be bullied and mistreated by those who were mediocre at best when competing in the men’s category and now want the chance to take all the medals. Asking girls to smile and step aside, so the women’s podium can be filled with men is not “inclusive.”

We’ve reached this ridiculous point where I have to tell black from white until I turn blue because a rabid trans rights lobby tells us daily that if we don’t listen to their senseless demands, children will be killed and blood is on our hands. .

Apparently, adopting the mantle of victimhood is a free pass to commit violence against women and infringe on our First Amendment rights without accountability or responsibility.

In fact, they practically cheer for them.

The radical left has made people like Lia Thomas – against whom I swam – their main standard bearers.

But the great irony is that, for all their willingness to demonstrate their very feminist credentials, they are blind to the folly of helping men steal women’s opportunities, encouraging them to attack us physically and psychologically.

Make no mistake: they are not being ‘brave’. They are not being “their true selves.” These athletes are simply narcissistic and abusive misogynists.

But this is not 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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