Report: Trans teen trounces girls in Irish stepdancing competition, placed 11th in boys' category at world championships last year
· Dec 8, 2023 ·



"Oh, my gosh. It's going to make me cry," said one mother, whose daughter danced in the same competition as the trans-identifying boy in the Dallas, Texas, event. "I never thought I was going to have to deal with this. And my heart breaks for my daughter and the other girls that are having to deal with this. They are too young to have to deal with topics that are going on in society, that are adult topics, that they don't quite comprehend yet."

"They just look at it as unfair," she added emotionally. "And it's really hard to explain to them what's going on and why they have to accept it. That's what society's making them do. As a mom, I want to be an advocate for my daughter. But at the same time, I have to protect my family."

This teen boy entered the girls' competition, smoked them, and is now headed to the world competition to compete against other girls under 14, where he will likely destroy them as well.

Last year, the unnamed trans competitor entered the boys' division of the Irish dance world competition and finished in 11th place in his division.

In a video reviewed by The Daily Signal of the boy winning the U14 girls competition on Sunday, girls in the background can be seen with jaws dropped, looking at one another when they realize that he has been declared the winner.

"My daughter was in absolute tears," shared the mother whose daughter competed against the boy last weekend. Her daughter was unaware he was a boy until he received first place and word spread like wildfire throughout the competition, she said. "She was like, ‘This is so unfair.' I totally agree."

Another day, another male proving boys can beat girls at anything!

Yay for "progress"? 🙄

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