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Riley Gaines Blasts Liberal Governor After Girls Injured By Transgender Athlete

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Riley Gaines


Riley Gaines, a women’s rights advocate, criticized Democratic Governor Maura Healey of Massachusetts for a troubling incident involving a transgender male athlete.

Caught on video


According to a report by the Daily Mail, the athlete was caught on video injuring female players during a basketball game in February.

Women’s teams


It was also disclosed that the athlete had competed in various other sports on women’s teams and had reportedly made inappropriate remarks to girls in the locker room while they were changing.

Lazuli Clark


Lazuli Clark, a student at Kipp Academy known for her height of over six feet, has participated in women’s divisions in various sports including basketball, rowing, volleyball, track & field, and tae kwon do.



As reported by Quillette, Lazuli was reportedly suspended from the women’s rowing team at a private club for making inappropriate comments towards another female student in the locker room.

October 12, 2022


The incident was detailed in a letter dated October 12, 2022, from 15 parents to the United States Rowing Association, where it was mentioned that Lazuli initially competed poorly in the men’s team before joining the women’s team without adhering to the dress code.

Locker room incident


Quillette reported that following the locker room incident, the student was reported to the U.S. Center for SafeSport by team officials, leading to Lazuli Clark being banned from participating in rowing for both teams.

Preferred pronouns


“Stop letting these pervs hide behind preferred pronouns and blurred out images,” Gaines responded.

Name and shame


“This photo was proudly posted by the school therefore it’s public domain. Name and shame them. Lazuli Clark is a man that sexually harassed women,” Gaines responded.

Sick fetish


“These girls were forced to participate in his sick fetish at the hands of @MassGovernor,” she said.

Absence of parents


Gaines then questioned the absence of parents, especially fathers, in this situation, implying that they should be advocating for their daughters against institutions, schools, and states that were permitting biological males to dominate women’s sports.

Transgender participation


“Where are the dads of these girls?” Gaines asked.Opponents of unrestricted transgender participation in certain sports express concerns about maintaining a level playing field. They argue that biological differences between males and females, such as muscle mass and bone density, can provide a competitive advantage in some athletic events, potentially impacting the fairness of competition.

Inclusive policies


Various sports organizations and governing bodies have grappled with the challenge of developing inclusive policies while addressing fairness concerns.

Revised rules


Many have revised their rules and regulations to accommodate transgender athletes, often with specific eligibility criteria related to hormone levels or undergoing gender transition procedures.

Enacting laws


The debate has also extended into legal and legislative arenas, with some states and countries considering or enacting laws that restrict transgender individuals from competing in sports that align with their gender identity.



These measures have ignited further controversy and legal challenges, underscoring the complexity of balancing inclusion and fairness in athletic competition.

Transgender athletes


The controversy surrounding transgender athletes underscores the necessity of informed and respectful dialogue. It is crucial for stakeholders to engage in constructive conversations that consider the diverse perspectives, experiences, and rights of all individuals involved.

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