Andrew Bogut Calls Out Australian Basketball Over Trans in Women's League

John Simmons | March 14, 2023
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A semi-professional basketball league in Australia is in the final stages of allowing a transgendered female to play in the women’s division.

The National Basketball League 1 (NBL1), which operates under Basketball Victoria’s supervision, has received an application from a transgendered woman (dude) to play for the Kilsyth Cobras women’s team, and all signs are pointing to the application getting approved. This ridiculous chain of events has been allowed by NBL1’s stance on gender inclusion and “equality.”

“It is important that all athletes participate in an inclusive, fair, safe and respectful environment and we hope all in the community can move forward together with a clear understanding of the new guidelines” Basketball Victoria CEO Nick Honey said

Andrew Bogut, a former NBA champion who has been an outspoken critic of the transgender movement, is not happy with this in the slightest, and he thinks fathers should be standing up for their daughters.

Predictably, he was called out as hateful for his stance, to which he responded by logically saying that Basketball Victoria should never have allowed this in the first place.

As we have seen in other situations and circumstances, forcing biological women to play against biological males always ends poorly; the NBL1 situation if brought to fruition will be no different. While there will always be leagues that don’t understand this truth, it is encouraging that unpolluted minds like Bogut’s still exist and are speaking out against the transgender agenda.

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