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Parents Fume After Trans-Identifying Boy Wins Regional Irish Dancing Competition, Heads To World Championship: Report

  A teenage boy who identifies as   transgender   reportedly took first place this past weekend in the under-14 category at the 2023 Souther...

 A teenage boy who identifies as transgender reportedly took first place this past weekend in the under-14 category at the 2023 Southern Region Oireachtas Irish dancing competition in Dallas, Texas, ultimately displacing a girl for a spot in the Irish Dancing World Championships.

As rules are changed to adhere to radical Left-wing gender theory, biological male athletes who identify as female have been able to infiltrate girls and women’s spaces and sports.

“My daughter was in absolute tears,” one mother of a girl who competed against the male told Daily Signal reporter Mary Margaret Olohan. “She was like, ‘This is so unfair.’ I totally agree.”

“Oh, my gosh. It’s going to make me cry,” another parent said. “I never thought I was going to have to deal with this. And my heart breaks for my daughter and the other girls that are having to deal with this. They are too young to have to deal with topics that are going on in society, that are adult topics, that they don’t quite comprehend yet.”

“They just look at it as unfair,” the mother added. “And it’s really hard to explain to them what’s going on and why they have to accept it. That’s what society’s making them do. As a mom, I want to be an advocate for my daughter. But at the same time, I have to protect my family.”

According to the report, the trans-identifying dancer previously competed in boys’ Irish dancing and placed 11th in the world in the Coimisiún Le Rincí Gaelacha (CLRG) World Championships in April.


One of the most notable examples of males invading women’s sports happened last year, when trans-identifying swimmer Lia Thomas cleaned up at the NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming Championships.

In the women’s 200 freestyle, Thomas, who previously competed on men’s teams, tied with Riley Gaines for fifth place. Thomas was given the only fifth place trophy for the photo-op after the event, while Gaines was told by the NCAA that her trophy would come in the mail.

Gaines has since become an advocate for sports to be separate by sex, as they always have been. Testifying before Congress earlier this week, the former collegiate swimmer and other witnesses argued that refusing to separate sports by sex harms women and girls and cited studies showing the physical differences between males and females post-puberty, even after hormone treatments; argued that women and girls are losing out on scholarships and other opportunities; discussed the invasion of girls’ privacy in places like locker rooms; and noted female athletes who’ve been physically harmed by biologically male opponents.

“Not only do women have to worry about losing out on opportunities and being exploited in locker rooms, allowing men into women’s sports also puts girls at greater risk of injury,” Gaines told Congress. “In September of last year, North Carolina volleyball player Payton McNabb suffered serious injury after a trans-identified male player spiked a ball at her head, rendering her unconscious. Payton experienced extensive trauma to her head and neck and long-term concussion symptoms. Still to this day, a year and three-ish months later, she is still partially paralyzed on her right side, her vision is impaired, and she isn’t playing college sports, like she had dreamed of.”

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