She'd prefer to see the WSL start a new division "so that all can have a fair opportunity to showcase their passion and talent."
All-American swimmer speaks out against NCAA about being exposed to transgender swimmer's genitalia — Toronto Sun
Gaines wants separate locker rooms
Hamilton said if these rules remain, she will no longer compete in WSL events.
The surfer said she’d prefer to see the WSL start a new division “so that all can have a fair opportunity to showcase their passion and talent.”
“And I think it’s really hard to imagine what the future of women’s surfing will be like in 15-20 years down the road if we move forward allowing this major change,” she said.
An All-American swimmer has spoken out against the NCAA because she claims she and fellow swimmers have been exposed to “male genitalia.”
Riley Gaines does not believe she should have to share a locker room with transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, who she says has male genitalia she sees in locker rooms, according to TMZ.
Gaines is a 12-time All-American and has won multiple SEC swimming championships at Kentucky. She appeared on FOX News’ America Reports discussing Thomas.
Gaines is fighting to pass “Fairness in Women’s Sports” bills, and she also wants to establish separate locker rooms for transgender athletes.
So, are these athletes just suffering from sour grapes?