Selina Soule has experienced first-hand how allowing biologically male transgenders to compete against real biological women like herself gives these transgender men an unfair athletic advantage. As a result, female athletes like Soule no longer stand a chance at actually winning anything, as transgenders everywhere continue to steal the gold for themselves.
"The first race that I competed against a transgender athlete was during my freshman year," the high school track athlete revealed during a recent interview, which was made into a short documentary put out by The Scoop. "And once the gun went off, the two transgender athletes took off flying and left all of us girls in the dust."
"I knew right then and there that some girls would be missing out on great opportunities to succeed and that women could be completely eradicated from their own sports," she added. "I know that I'm not the only girl who has missed out on opportunities. There are countless other girls who have lost meets and titles and their drive to compete as hard as they can because they know that they will never be good enough to compete against these athletes."
Be sure to watch the full interview with Selina Soule below:
Because of the unnaturally masculine athletic ability of the two transgender "females" she was forced to compete against, Soule failed to qualify for her 55-meter event in the New England regionals. Soule has also raced against other transgenders that she didn't even know were transgenders until being beaten by them and later watching the footage.
"My freshman year in outdoor, I saw at the 200 start this girl who looked kind of masculine," Soule recalled. "Her arms were much more defined than the average girl's and same with her legs, but she had long hair, long braided hair and I didn't think much of it, and then I watched the race and I saw that this girl was blowing away the competitors, and I thought, 'hey, this isn't right, this usually doesn't happen.'"
"And then later in that same meet I found out that athlete was a transgender female," she added. "And then in outdoor last year, there was another transgender that came out and she competed as a male for three seasons and was mediocre as a male and then ended up transitioning over to female and again blew everyone out of the competition."
Since nothing is being done in any formidable way to try to stop this assault on women's sports, Soule has decided to be the change she wants to see by filing a Civil Rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Education. This, she hopes, will create a level playing field for girls like her to actually be able to compete at their own athletics.
Soule's suit further alleges that allowing biological men to compete in women's sports violates federal law, which if this can be effectively proven will put an immediate end to this transgender phenomenon that threatens to end women's sports entirely.
The U.S. Department of Education has reportedly agreed to investigate Soule's claims, specifically in her home state of Connecticut. If the agency finds that allowing biological men to compete in women's sports as transgenders is creating an non-level playing field for girls like Soule, then this precedent will likely extend nationwide.
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