Coach Sounds The Alarm After Trans Opponent Injures 3 Female Players

(Patriot Insider) – As if we needed more proof that “trans-women” (biological men) should not be allowed to compete in women’s sports. A high school rugby coach in Guam is sounding the alarm after several of his players were injured against a transgender athlete.

The coach saw three of his players injured over the weekend while playing against a transgender athlete on Guam High School’s female rugby squad.

The Washington Examiner reported that during a match between Guam High School and Tiyan High School, the male player injured three female players from Tiyan, according to head coach Conrad Kerber.

Coach Kerber says the male athlete’s body, size and force dominated the girls on his team, according to Kuam News.

“Body size, body strength and the ability to apply force with that size and strength completely dominate any girl that I have on my team,” Kerber said.

“The aggressive nature that was witnessed clearly showed that it’s a definite issue that we have to deal with,” he said. “I had three players that were injured in that first game against Guam High directly by that particular player.”

Videos posted to Twitter showed some of the plays from the game.

Rugby is an extremely physical sport and the issue of transgender athletes competing has become a major sticking point. Surprisingly, the “World Rugby Law” Transgender Guidelines actually do not allow transgender athletes to play female rugby.

“Why? Because of the size, force and power-producing advantages conferred by testosterone during puberty and adolescence, and the resultant player welfare risks this create,” World Rugby reported.

Meanwhile, as you could probably predict, the situation regarding the biological male at Guam High School still remains up in the air. Coach Kerber says he hopes the school will adopt the World Rugby Law guidelines that prohibit transgender athletes to play against women.

“Right now, we just have to come together as a group and discuss the proper path to take and discuss what the parameters are with allowing transgender males in full-contact sports such as rugby,” he said.

“It has to do purely with the size, force and strength disadvantage that transgender males will have over females in this type of sport,” he explained.

“It’s purely a safety issue when we discuss transgender males playing in female sports at a youth level particularly at this type of contact sport as well. I’m basically in line with the world rugby guidelines regarding transgender males playing female sports and basically across the world it’s not permitted,” he said.

Despite the fact that this seems like a no-brainer, the Guam Department of Education is currently discussing the issue and working with a legal team to determine how to move forward. It will ultimately be responsible for making the decision as to whether or not the transgender athlete will be allowed to continue to play against females.

“So we’re currently in the process of working with our legal counsel and our management team to further assess and research the situation of transgender playing sports,” Guam Department of Education Deputy Superintendent of Operations Erika Cruz said, according to the Washington Examiner.

Kerber says his players are on the mend and will continue to play.

“My players will get through it and heal,” he said. “We will use these next two weeks so that we can heal properly.”

This is a common sense issue. Biological males should not be allowed to compete against biological females in sports. That’s the whole reason why there are men’s sports and women’s sports to begin with.

Every single time a so-called “transgender woman” competes against biological women, the results are the same. The transgender woman (biological male) sweeps the floor with them and, in contact sports, female athletes end up getting injured.

This lunacy has to stop.

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  1. What happen’s if you get 2-3-4-5 on a team? Or a whole team? Could have very serious injury. You could have serious lawsuits and very likely will.


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