Swimmer Riley Gaines Describes What "Inclusion" Really Means


Courage Is A Habit


Published on Feb 14, 2023

When her and her fellow swimmers brought up the fact that a 6'4 male swimmer is allowed to drop his pants and watch them change, the NCAA response was, "Here is some counseling that you (the female swimmers) should seek if you feel uncomfortable with seeing male genitalia in your locker room". The female swimmers were then sent to the LGBT centers to learn about the "oppression" that the mentally ill male swimmers were dealing with. (ie: Re-education camps)

Gaines said, "We exist only to validate a male's identity".

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