Tuesday, February 18, 2014

California Transgender Law allows Male High School Student to Play on the Girl's Softball Team

Take a look at this kid...he may think he's a female trapped in a males body...BUT REALITY SHOWS he's a athletic looking male in a males body.

How fair is this for the opposing girl's teams?

What's worse is that this change happened AFTER he played basketball on the boys team.

I thought it was supposed to take years for this outcome to develop?
A California high school student who believes he is a girl trapped in a boy's body just made the girls' softball team.
Pat Cordova-Goff, 17, a strapping senior at Azusa High School, in Azusa, an hour east of Los Angeles, can play with and against girls because of a September change in state law went into effect last month. The law requires that, “a pupil be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs and activities, including athletic teams and competitions, and use facilities consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records.”
Goff, who is a cheerleader at the school, played freshman baseball when he considered himself a boy. He found out Friday that he made the cut. 
“Parents had questions and we answered them as best we could,” Azusa High School principal Ramiro Rubalcaba told FoxNews.com. “My experience is that the parents have been pleased. 
“Some students and players may feel uncomfortable but that only because this is something new to them but I believe they are all going to be accepting,” he added. “And I think the team is going to bring home a championship. That’s my prediction.” 
Some feel that having Cordova-Goff play with young female athletes puts out an unfair advantage and sets a bad precedent. (emphasis mine)
Read the full story HERE.

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Anonymous said...

Fact. I would not allow my daughters to play on this team.

Anonymous said...

My daughters would NOT play on this team. My daughter is a pitcher I would hate to see what would happen when this very large, athletic body hits a line drive right back to her less than 43 ft. Away by the time she finishes her pitch. Shame on Jerry Brown.

Anonymous said...

This kid looks like he could play the next Tarzan