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Volleyball Players’ Dominance in Women’s College Ignites Transgender Debate

via New York Post
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Men who identify as women participated in a women’s college volleyball game in Ontario, Canada, with Rebel News reporting that five trans-identifying individuals were on the court, three from Seneca and two from Centennial.

Concerns were raised about the safety of biological women competing in light of recent head injuries allegedly caused by trans-identifying individuals in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) league.

The OCAA’s fact sheet confirmed that transgender student-athletes can compete based on their gender identity, in compliance with the Canadian Anti-Doping Program and the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Despite Rebel News’ attempts to report on the game, they faced opposition from facility staff and security guards.

The incident adds to a series of recent stories about trans-identifying individuals dominating women’s sports, including a trans-identifying man winning a women’s golf tournament and a track athlete setting records at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

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