Bear this in mind the next time you find yourself awake at night, bewildered as to how things have become so bizarre: the situation could have been much worse. It is possible for you to reside in Canada.
If sane Americans consider males participating in women’s athletics to be a burden, then men are well on their way to dominating the sport in Canada.
Rebel News reports that the Centennial Colts and the Seneca Sting, both members of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association, participated in what was intended to be a women’s volleyball match in Toronto last week. The issue is? Players who were not biologically female were present.
It was discovered that five of the athletes were biological males, with three on the Sting and two on the Colts. The Sting emerged victorious. Why would they not? Their males possessed superior armament.
Male athletes further complicated the situation by remaining “always” on the court. As a result, five female athletes were placed on the reserve. Alternatively stated, the appearance of the female substitutes was canceled.
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Rebel News reports the following from an anonymous source who dreaded retaliation for cancel culture:
“Recently, there have been two major head injuries to female volleyball athletes in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) caused by transgender men [‘transwomen.’] The first injury, on November 12, 2023, was a concussion caused by C.L. Viloria who plays the middle position for Centennial College. During a game at Centennial College vs. La Cite Collegiate, Viloria attacked the ball with heavy force and hit a La Cite volleyball player in the head.”
Injuries are not uncommon in the sport of volleyball; however, it is evident that a man’s strike results in a ball traveling at a higher velocity.
“The second injury on January 22, 2024, was a concussion caused by a transgender woman, Franz Largadas,” the source continued. “During a game at Seneca College vs. La Cite Collegiate, Largadas attacked the ball with heavy force and hit a La Cite player in the head. In the 2022-23 season, Franz was listed on the Seneca College men’s volleyball team roster and is now on the women’s volleyball team roster this year.”
Currently, there are six transgender men in the OCAA,” the source continued. “Five of which are not on any gender-affirming hormone therapy or have not had surgical gonad removal. There is no current policy in the OCAA that is listed publicly on their website about eligibility of transgender women.”
More on this story via The Western Journal:
Apparently in Canada, all a guy has to do to get on the women’s volleyball team is to claim he is female. I wonder if a man who identified as an alligator would be accepted into a Florida swamp.
When is the insanity going to be put to an end? When there are no women in women’s sports?
It’s not just Canada. The whole Western world has gone mad. American trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney was named by the British magazine “Attitude” as its “Woman of the Year.” Here at home, Admiral Rachel Levine, “the nation’s highest-ranking openly transgender official,” was named one of USA Today‘s “Women of the Year.” CONTINUE READING…