Oregon Athletics Officials Threaten to Ban Girls Who Speak Out against Male Athletes in Female Events

Athletics officials in Oregon have threatened to ban girls who speak out against male athletes who are competing in female sports events.

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) will reportedly ban girls who refuse to accept transgenders in their sports.

News of the OSAA ban broke in the wake of transgender athlete Aayden Gallagher winning an Oregon high school track event this past weekend.

Gallagher is a male athlete who claims to be a “transgender girl.”

He secured a “win” over a female runner in the 200-meter dash in the Oregon School Activities Association Track & Field State Championships.

Gallagher, a high school sophomore, provoked a backlash from the crowd after he stole victory from the real girls in the race.

A video shows the crowd can be heard cheering the female runner who is in the lead at the beginning of the race.

However, those cheers turn into boos as Gallagher edges out his female opponent and steals the win from the girl.

The moment was captioned by female former Kentucky swimmer and Save Women’s Sports advocate Riley Gaines.

Speaking with The Publica, a mother whose daughter competed in the event said that OSAA will ban girls if they speak out publicly.

“My daughter is in her senior year, and she has to compete with Aayden, who just won first at State and took away spots from our girls,” the mother said.

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“He doesn’t deserve it.

“He needs to be with the men.

“I don’t care if he’s transgender.

“You can have your own opinion and do what you want to do, but you have no right taking away from these girls.”

“Has anybody been afraid to speak out?” the reporter asked.

“Yes, a lot of parents are afraid to speak out because there is [an announcement] from OSAA that if you discriminate or you put anyone down for their gender or if you talk negative, it can disqualify the children from events, but it can also pick out parents from all OSAA events,” the mother responded.

“My daughter has been training since fifth or sixth grade to be where she’s at,” she added.

“She trains year-round, and for him to take it, it just … It’s not okay.

“He might be able to compete in college, but he will never be able to compete in the nationals. Ever.”

“Why is it that transgender and LGBTQ have taken away so many rights for women we have fought so hard for years, and here they are taking it from us sports,” the mom concluded.

“They’re taking it from the girls who don’t deserve it.”


READ MORE – Transgender Runner ‘Wins’ Women’s Events, Race Times Would Have Put Him in Last Place against Men

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