Tipperary women’s Gaelic football team manager, Peter Creedon, has voiced his concerns regarding the decision of Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) allowing biological men who identify as women to play alongside real women.
Creedon has warned that trans players could benefit from a competitive advantage, a fear that has been proven correct countless times in recent years as trans-women have dominated real females in their sports such as swimming and weightlifting.
The manager had to pay usual platitudes when such legitimatise concerns are raised stating that he was not transphobic and that “each person’s life journey was their own” Extra.ie reported.
However, this is unlikely to spare him an outpouring of hate and bile form the LGBTQIA+ mob and time will tell if his position as manager of Tipperary will survive the coming weeks and months.
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