You know what the real problem with trannies is, don’t you?
It’s that they’re destroying our values of women’s sports.
The liberals don’t care enough about women’s rights, you see.
If people really want to defend feminism, they will join the conservative movement. Liberals are destroying our traditions of feminism in this country.
Oberlin College women’s lacrosse coach Kim Russell has been removed from her role after her stance against transgender athletes competing in women’s sports flared tensions with school administrators.
“I have been taken out of the role of coach, which is what I’ve done for 27 years,” she told “America’s Newsroom” Tuesday. “I’ve been a P.E. teacher, a coach and a teacher of programs of wellness, yoga, all sorts of things, kickboxing…and [been] asked to take a role as employee wellness program manager, which would have no contact with students and be creating things – which is paperwork.”
Russell, who served as head coach for five years at the Ohio liberal arts school, said she has been ridiculed by administrators and players after sharing her views on social media on transgender swimmer Lia Thomas’ NCAA championship win in 2022.
“Unfortunately, you fall into the category of people that are kind of filled with hate in the world,” Natalie Winkelfoos, associate vice president for athletics, told Russell in a recorded conversation played on “The Ingraham Angle” last week.
Creg Jantz, senior associate director of athletics, told Russell, “It’s acceptable to have your own opinions, but when they go against Oberlin College’s beliefs, it’s a problem.”
Despite the remarks, Russell maintains that she never broke school rules.
“There were no rules that I was breaking. I was speaking my belief, my opinion,” she told host Laura Ingraham.
“When I took that to the college with a letter from my attorney, I said, ‘If I am breaking university policy, please tell me what that policy is. Please do so in writing and, if you’re going to fire me for breaking that policy, please do it now.'”
Russell told Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino she has planned to speak out about the issue a year ago, but waited after realizing her emotions were fueled by hurt and anger at the time.
“I waited until I could do it from a place of love and kindness and for what I would say is the greater good,” she said.
Russell hasn’t spoken to either Winkelfoos or Jantz since her story broke last month, but she did speak to the athletic director who offered her a new role at the college.
Even in light of the challenges, she remains passionate about preserving Title IX and fighting on behalf of women in sports.
“I am so passionate about this because the reason we have these opportunities to play and coach and to do the things we do is because of the women who came before me, who fought for Title IX, who fought for us to have these opportunities,” she said. “And I don’t think that the younger generation even understands that these opportunities weren’t here years ago.”
Bitch, shut up.
No one cares.
Trannies beat you – you lost. Give up. Kill yourself.
Here’s a clip from a year ago:
I’ve no idea why anyone would expect people at this college to behave in a normal manner, given the established record.