Alexandra Cunha, a top-ranked pool player, has announced that she will not compete against male-born transgender women following the World Eightball Pool Federation’s decision to allow trans competitors in the women’s category.
Cunha, the fifth-ranked woman in the world, expressed her opposition to the decision and withdrew from the International Rules Pool Tour, stating that she will not play against anyone who was not born a woman.
“I recently played a transgender player, and I was destroyed when I lost,” said Cunha, who is captain of the Portuguese women’s national pool team. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)
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“I’ve been playing pool since I was 17, and I’m fifth in the world, but I’m risking throwing everything away over this because I hate unfairness,” she said.
“As we live in a free world and I will stand up for what I believe is fair, I will not play against any players that wasn’t born a woman independently of being a first-round or a final,” she said in her letter.
This move has garnered support from thousands of women worldwide, with at least 60 female players speaking out against the rules change. (Trending: Court Hands Down Crucial 2nd Amendment Ruling)
British Olympian Sharron Davies praised Cunha’s actions and urged more women to stand up for fair and equal opportunities in women’s sports.
Woman pool star refuses to play against anyone who is not biologically female amid a bitter row over trans-identifying male competitors
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British Olympian and women’s sports activist Sharron Davies said, “Together, this is what all females must do if we don’t want to lose our fair & equal opportunities in women’s sport. Women pool star refuses to play against anyone who is not biologically female amid a bitter row over transgender competitor.”
Davies added, “Pool is a male-dominated sport, like so many, and these women have worked hard to get their own tour.” And went on to say, “These organizations know their game is sex-affected. They know women need their own tournaments to grow female participation & opportunities. They must show courage and decency and stand up for women.”
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