Taking a stand against the corrupting, dangerous, harmful ideology of transgenderism is unquestionably the right thing to do.
But nobody ever said it would be easy:
A Vermont Christian school that forfeited a game in the girls state basketball playoffs because its opponent had a transgender student on the team's roster will be prohibited from participating in future tournaments, the sports governing association in the state said Monday.
The Vermont Principals' Association (VPA) ruled that Mid Vermont Christian School had violated policies and is ineligible to participate in future tournaments that it sanctions. The move applies to all sports.
"All sports." Because they didn't want their girl's team playing against a male athlete.
You may remember we covered this story from earlier this month:
That's right: The boy playing on the opposing team is a towering six-foot-one beast, and the team is completely proud of how much he dominates over the smaller females on opposing teams:
"Rose brings such a great energy to the floor," the LTS coach said. "We nicknamed [him] Rose ‘not in my house' Johnson because [he] just does not let anything come through the lane."
Is it any wonder that Mid Vermont Christian doesn't want its girls going up against a tank like that?
The school, of course, has every reason to be furiously mad over this inane, idiotic decision from the sports association. But they're approaching it with a considerable amount of grace:
"Mid Vermont Christian school is disappointed with the decision of the VPA Executive Council to ban us from participation in all VPA activities," Head of School Vicky Fogg said in a statement to Fox News Digital on Tuesday. "We intend to appeal the decision. Cancelling our membership is not a solution and does nothing to deal with the very real issue of safety and fairness facing women's sports in our beloved state. We urge the VPA to reconsider its policies, and balance the rights of every athlete in the state."