Transgender College Women’s Basketball Player Finds The Sport Too Rough

“The openly transgender member of the George Washington women’s basketball team, whose groundbreaking season was cut short by a pair of concussions, says he won’t play in his senior year.
The school announced that Kye Allums ”has decided that it is in his best interest to no longer participate in intercollegiate athletics.”

”I alone came to this conclusion,” Allums said in a statement released by the university, ”and I thank the athletic department for respecting my wishes.”
The statement offered no further details, although GW said Allums has enrolled in classes for the fall semester. Allums did not immediately respond to an email request for an interview Wednesday.” Washington Post AP

Well now that may be the most embarrassing trans-gender moment in the history of transgenders. Kye Allums. The once speculated inspirational story for all female-to-male dreamers, appears to have derailed the hope train. Allums was born a female, but over the course of time she decided that after her college playing career, she would undergo hormone treatment to become a man. And on the contrary to what many of you are thinking, I won’t knock her for her decision to become a man. Because to be honest, if I were a female, I would want to be a man too. It’s friggen’ unbelievable. I don’t even have to sit when I pee, and that’s just magical.

Now back to the point. I will not mock Allums, but I will question her “manhood” by being knocked out of play by suffering not one, but two concussions in the game of basketball. And not only that, woman’s college basketball. Are the participants somewhat great shooters? Sure, the woman’s NCAA has perimeter players. But big bruising head hunters? No way in hell. So Mr./Mrs. Allums, if your trying to gain credibility as an aspiring male, this is not the way to go about it. Most males have probably been beat up by a woman or two. Some may have been by their mothers, other by their sisters, and if your Arnold from “Hey Arnold,” it was Helga Pataki. But that shit stops after the age of twelve. So to have this happen in college, and to have it end your career, well that is just downright unacceptable.


One thought on “Transgender College Women’s Basketball Player Finds The Sport Too Rough

  1. Anonymous says:

    HE is leaving the team because HE feels like it is the best thing for HIM. This post is offensive in so many ways, I won’t name all of them because you’re not worth that much time and energy. Now I suggest you mind your own business, and only talk about things that you actually are educated about because it is very clear that you have no idea what you are talking about.

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