This trans athlete carried a girls' track team to two state titles and was just offered a collegiate volleyball scholarship ๐Ÿ˜‘
ยท Jun 2, 2023 ยท

Well, I guess it's about time to say goodbye to women's sports.

Here's just the latest example of a biological male identifying as female in order to stand out as a female athlete and use it to their advantage.

Yep, "Diamond" single-handedly carried his high school's girls' track team and dominated in girls' volleyball enough to get recruited to play college ball.

There are three males at this table

From The Blaze:

Solorzano's athletic prowess has helped the trans-identifying male secure a spot at the collegiate level. The athlete recently committed to playing volleyball at Lassen College.

"I didn't know I'd be able to," Solorzano told Nevada Sportsnet. "I'm really honored to play at the next level." The outlet also reported that this was the first time that North Valleys HS had four athletes sign commitments on National Signing Day.

How in the world are we all just accepting this?

How does this high school knowingly put other teams in danger by fielding a male player against 15-year-old girls?

We're about to see a whole lot more of these incidents:

It's all about "inclusion" though. No matter who it hurts.

The NIAA declined to comment on the matter and deferred to a 2016 statement indicating that "a student shall be permitted to participate on a gender specific sports team that is consistent with the public gender identity of that student for all other purposes."

Each school is to make a determination of the student's gender based on "current school records," as well as the student's "daily life activities in the school and community at the time that sports eligibility is determined."

These are insane policies and need to be overturned nationwide.

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