Trans soccer player allegedly injured female players, sending one to the hospital. Why? Because equality.
It's that time again. Time to feature anotherbeautiful and brave member of "women's" sports. This time, our starlet comes from Australia, where they absolutely dominate in women's soccer.
The Daily Mail Australia actually refused to identify the player in their report. But Reduxx was able to identify them as Youtuber Riley J. Dennis after comparing social media posts to the censored photos published by Daily Mail.
Dennis plays in the Football New South Wales’ League One, which has at least five trans-identified biological males. Dennis leads the league's 1st Grade goal kickers table with seven goals. And in a recent match, Dennis allegedly injured some of the biologically female players. Reduxx reported one had to seek hospital treatment, though that report has not yet been confirmed.
\u201cA male trans activist and YouTuber has been participating in women's football in Australia, prompting over 12,000 complaints to Football New South Wales.\n\nRiley Dennis reportedly left multiple female players injured at a match last weekend.\n\nhttps://t.co/BzxtX0ewYE\u201d— REDUXX (@REDUXX) 1680360447
The League seems to have removed Dennis's name from their website, and now instead lists an "Inter Player" with seven goals. Which may be a sign that they're moving towards removing Dennis, and hopefully other biological males, from the women's team.
Kirralie Smith, spokeswoman for Binary Australia, told Daily Mail, "No one has had any reasonable response despite all of the emails, warnings of injuries and how unfair it is. Football NSW has failed to answer the simple questions, 'What is a woman?' and 'Why have a woman's division if men can play in it? They have failed in safeguarding fairness and safety for girls and women."
The league reportedly consists of teenage and young adult females. Who currently have to compete against at least five biological adult males. Which is, obviously, insane.
I remember still playing co-ed soccer in the fifth grade and my parents thought that was too old to not be separated by gender, on account of the amount of bruises I would come home with. And those were 11-year-olds. I can't even imagine squaring up against a 30-year-old male.
Lily is a Zoomer college dropout who somehow landed a writing gig here at LwC.com. In her spare time, she enjoys going for runs, touching grass, and occasionally tweeting tweets for fellow tweeters.
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