Riley Gaines is on point here.
When it comes to transgender athletes (biological men) competing in women’s sports, Riley Gaines certainly isn’t a fan. But U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) superstars Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan are on the opposite side of the debate. And recently, Gaines blasted the two soccer elites for their stance.
Gaines has been personally affected by having to compete against a transgender athlete, while Morgan and Rapinoe have not. And not only did the former Kentucky swimmer have to take on trans athlete Lia Thomas — she also had to share a locker room with Thomas. So, Gaines has actually witnessed the issues that come from a trans athlete being involved with female sports.
“It’s disingenuous and it’s virtue signaling. They want to be seen as kind. They want to be seen as inclusive, but they know in their hearts, every single person knows they wouldn’t have had the opportunities and the success they had without the women’s sport and category,” Gaines said Thursday on “Fox & Friends” regarding Rapinoe and Morgan.
“Now they’ve achieved what they’ve achieved. They’ve accomplished what they wanted to accomplish, so they don’t care,” Gaines continued. “They would rather give girls