U.S. Pro Women’s soccer Megan Rapione supports transgenders in sports

The U.S. Pro Women’s soccer Megan Rapione believes it’s cruel to stop transgender athletes from competing in women’s sports.

Additionally, the 36 – year old reveals a comment during her interview with TIME after FINA – the swimming world’s governing body, voted to restrict female swimmers so transition after turning 12 or started puberty from competing against biological women.

Moreover, Megan considered it as a social issue for implementing a ban.

She says, ‘I’m 100% supportive of trans inclusion, People do not know very much about it. We’re missing almost everything, we’re missing almost everything.

‘Frankly, I think what a lot of people know is versions of the right’s talking points because they’re very loud. They’re very consistent, and they’re relentless’, Rapione added.

Megan supported the insight that transgender participation is ‘Free-for-all’.

Megan Rapione have 2 – time won the world championship. Today, she is strongly opposing the ban implemented on transgender athelete.

Rapione says, ‘We’re talking about kids,We’re talking about people’s lives,’

We’re talking about the entire state government coming down on one child in some states, three children in some states’, Rapione added.

Alongside, NCAA Lia Thomas has been in conversation after some politicians claims, ‘her participation in women’s sports destroys the spirit of competition.’

To which, Rapione replies that, ‘Show me the evidence that trans women are taking everyone’s scholarships, are dominating in every sport, are winning every title’.

‘I’m sorry, it’s just not happening. So we need to start from inclusion, period.’

‘And as things arise, I have confidence that we can figure it out. But we can’t start at the opposite. That is cruel. And frankly, it’s just disgusting,’ she continued.