Massachusetts High School girls basketball team forfeits after biological male injures 3 players

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Social media is buzzing with controversy after a biological male playing on a girls basketball team in Massachusetts injured multiple girls on the opposing team. The Collegiate Charter School of Lowell girls basketball team quit after 16 minutes of play with KIPP Academy leading 31-14 at half time.

Once this story received national attention, the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell released a statement on the situation. In the press release they noted that they “support this decision and reiterates its values of both inclusivity and safety for all students.”

They also stated, “We take the standards set by the MIAA and our Board of Trustees seriously and strive to uphold them on and off the court. We also follow the guidance from the MIAA and state laws regarding equity and access for all student-athletes.”

A video went viral showing one of the injuries involving the biological male during the game.

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  1. Just give them their own trans team of “them:

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