Injury Report



“Trans”-identifying male Gabriel “Lazuli” Clark forced Lowell Collegiate Charter School to forfeit in a high school basketball game against KIPP Academy in February of 2023 after he injured three of their female players before halftime.

Video surfaced of one of the injuries in which the 6-foot Clark can be seen easily overpowering his much smaller female opponent, wrenching the ball out of her hands and tossing her to the floor where she was left writhing in pain.

Clark had previously been kicked off a girls’ rowing team for sexual harassment after he had been caught staring at girls who were partially undressed in the women’s changing room and making lewd comments towards them.

Another “trans”-identifying male playing girl's high school basketball, “Rose” Johnson, injured a female opponent from Leland & Grey High School in a collision during a December 2023 match. She did not return to play for the remainder of the game.

The previous season, Mid-Vermont Christian School had forfeited a match against Longtrail High School due to the participation of the same male athlete, citing concerns over the safety of their players.

In retaliation for protecting the physical well-being of their female athletes, the Vermont Principal's Association (VPA) subsequently banned Mid-Vermont Christian School from all VPA activities for the remainder of the year, including all state-sponsored athletic and academic competitions.

In a rather ironic statement issued to CNN, after punishing an entire student population for refusing to pretend that boys are girls, the VPA said that in forfeiting, Mid-Vermont was “imposing its views” on other schools and students.

Longtrail High School has a boys' basketball team, offering Mr. Johnson every opportunity to play, but then their girls' team would not have advanced to the state championship finals the following year (for the first time in school history).

In direct contradiction to their claims, the VPA is more than willing to deny female students the opportunity to play and allows them to be physically hurt in order to placate the feelings of a few male students.


In his sixth and final fight in women's MMA in 2014, “trans”-identifying male Boyd Burton, aka “Fallon Fox,” broke the skull of his female opponent, fracturing her orbital bone in an injury that also required 7 staples. It happened in the first round. Burton was 38 years old at the time while the female athlete he injured, Tamikka Brents, was 26.

Media outlets quickly moved to support Burton/Fox, Outsports going so far as to argue that the use of the word “skull” and “fracture” used in reports of the incident was a direct attack by “transphobes” against him and other men playing women's sports.

Rumors circulated that Burton/Fox had broken two women’s skulls. While false, the media again downplayed the severity of the situation and the clear danger men in women's MMA present to female athletes by emphasizing that it was only one woman's orbital bone that had been shattered, not two, and that other female athletes have caused similar injuries as well.

They failed to mention that male punching power has been reported to be 162% greater than female, which equates to a much greater risk of severe injury and more damage caused with a hit to the face.

Burton/Fox responded to criticism of his participation in the women's divison by issuing a statement in which he declared that he enjoyed engaging in violence against women.

According to a 28-page report from Fair Play for Women documenting personal testimonies from female athletes and the family members of female athletes who have had to compete with and against males in the women’s division, one mother described several girls suffering injuries from a 6ft, 224lb unnamed male who had joined a three-day women’s judo training course. He broke the finger of one female athlete and dislocated the shoulder of another.

The mother described how her a daughter, a world medalist judo athlete, gave up the sport after the encounter.


The athletic policy of the MIAA in Massachusetts allows any and all boys to play on girls’ athletic teams when no boys’ team is offered at the school. According to the 2022-2023 athletic participation survey, there were 66 boys playing girls’ field hockey and 57 boys playing girls’ volleyball (despite the existence of boys’ volleyball at many schools in the MIAA) during the 2022-2023 school year.

No records have been made public of how many injuries have been caused to female athletes in these sports, but the extent of male participation in girls’ sports in the state was brought to national attention in the fall of 2023 when male Swampscott player Sawyer Groothuis hit a female player from the Dighton-Rehoboth team in the face with a corner penalty shot.

In a recording of the incident, the player can be heard screaming in pain, her teammates looking on in horror. She was later hospitalized with severe facial and dental injuries.

Rather than reevaluate the safety risks that male players might pose to female players in women’s sport, the MIAA doubled down on their policy, referring to Title IX, a policy that was originally created to give female athletes equal opportunity in sport.

Supporters of the policy have excused the danger boys pose to girls by claiming it could have been done by any player, ignoring the strength differences between the sexes and the fact that the extra power male players can generate (professional male players can hit over 100 mph) can cause significantly more damage.

One former collegiate NCAA field hockey player even went so far in defending males in women's sport that she declared it demeaning and insulting to female athletes to wish to protect them from unnecessary injury, claiming that she was actually much stronger than all of the male players and that the only reason they were better than her on the field was not due to the differences in their physical bodies, but because of the “bigotry” they had to “overcome.”

“Trans”-identified male Greg “Anna” MacDonald injured an opposing female player in a mixed-age match in Scotland during the 2023 season. Some of the athletes participating in the match were girls in their teens.

The female player was injured when MacDonald tackled her as she ran for the goal. According to a source that reported the incident to Reduxx, the girl was “flattened” and remained down on the field for several minutes before being removed with injury to her neck, hip, and arm.

MacDonald had previously played on the men’s field hockey team at St. Andrews University.

The Scottish Hockey policy allows for any man who says he’s a “woman” to immediately join the women’s team, asserting that any man who says he’s a “woman” can have only the “best of intentions” and implying that it doesn’t matter if he has a physical advantage or injures female athletes as long as his intent is not to “deceive” others.

It’s irrelevant whether or not a man intends to join a league to have a competitive advantage. His male body means he already does have that advantage and presents serious risks to the safety of female athletes.


Nicholas “Kelly” Morgan, a nearly 6-foot male player on the Porth Harlequin Ladies rugby team in the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) has been described as folding a female opponent “like a deckchair.”

Morgan had been sidelined from men’s rugby by an injury himself, but at 33 years of age decided to put female athletes at risk of suffering a similar fate. Morgan’s teammates gave him the nickname of “Beast” and coach Brian Minty joked to the BBC that, "She's [sic] going to be a good, good player for the next few years, as long as we can stop her [sic] injuring players in training."

The Porth Harlequin Ladies team seems to have no issue putting opponents at risk and even seem to find the risk of female athletes suffering serious injury and having their playing careers ended as nothing but a joke. Morgan himself recognizes his advantages over female athletes, but still refuses to play with his male peers.

“I do feel guilty, but what can you do?” he says. Well, “Kelly”, for starters you could play on the men’s team with other male athletes like yourself.

Ash Davis, a male player who calls himself “non-binary,” playing women’s rugby with the Fergus Highland RFC in Canada had to be removed from a match after injuring three female players on the opposing Stoney Creek Camels team in June of 2023.

According to Diana Murphy, the three players were injured as a result of being “dump tackled” a technique in which the tackler wraps their arms around the opponent’s thighs, lifts them up, and slams them into the ground. It is considered a more dangerous form of tackling due to the risk of injury to the head and neck.

Reduxx reported that Davis had previously received an award for the “Hardest Hitter” while playing for the men’s team.

While many international rugby organizations have changed their rules to require that male players play with other males and reserve female teams for female athletes, Canada simply requires a man to say he’s a woman before welcoming them into the women’s division.


Fielding five male players, the Flying Bats Football Club in Australia caused outrage when they dominated the Beryl Akroyd Cup tournament in the women’s division in March of 2024. Their participation in the tournament also brought to light the damage they had done to the women’s league.

In 2022, one female athlete on the St. Patrick’s Football Club had had her leg broken in two places by an unnamed Flying Bats male player. She was unable to play soccer again. The coach described how the incident, along with other instances of injuries caused by male players in the women’s league, had caused 24 members of the club to quit.

Flying Bats male player Justin “Riley” Dennis had also reportedly injured a female player badly enough that she had to seek hospital attention while he was playing for the Inter Lions Football Club. According to Reduxx, Football NSW removed Dennis’s name from their site (due to the backlash) to hide his participation and possibly the fact that he was leading the league in goals.

Dennis was formerly a YouTuber known for his demands towards lesbian women to address their “genital preferences” when turning down “trans lesbians” (heterosexual men) like himself.

31-year-old “trans”-identified male player “Francesca” Needham of the Rossington Ladies club caused a season-ending injury to a female opponent in the women’s Sheffield Football League in England after his shot hit her in the knee.

Concerns had been raised over Needham’s participation in the league, especially since some teams fielded female players under 16 years of age. One coach had recognized the safety risks Needham posed immediately and reached out to the manager of the injured player’s team prior to their match to warn them.

Needham’s participation led to at least four teams in the league boycotting and withdrawing from matches with Rossington. While Needham agreed to withdraw, he wrote a statement in which he threatened to pursue a case of “discrimination.”

Needham claimed that the refusal of teams to play him out of concern for the safety of their female players was “a breach of the code of conduct regarding diversity and inclusion, as well as safeguarding of adults in football,” equating female athletes looking out for their own physical safety as a breach of the safeguarding of adults. It is not clear whose safety Needham believes is at risk if he is not allowed to play with women, but it is clear that he has already injured one female player and his presence has made others worry for their own well-being.

The anonymous source described the frustration female athletes and coaches of female teams feel over the policies allowing men to compete in the women’s soccer league. “We had a Zoom call together and you could feel the emotion pouring out. We’ve been terrified of saying anything. We don’t want to be accused of being transphobic. We don’t want the names of our clubs dragged through the mud. It has been like walking on eggshells.”

It has also been revealed that Needham has posted pornographic videos of himself online having sex with other males like himself. He has appeared on numerous prostitution sites and markets himself as a "naughty schoolgirl in class and need to be punished"


In September of 2022, “India” Clark, a “trans”-identified male playing women’s volleyball at Highlands High School in North Carolina, caused outrage when he injured an opposing female player, Payton McNabb, with a spike to the head. McNabb was hit with so much force that she suffered severe head and neck injuries and lingering aftereffects such as impaired vision, partial paralysis on the right side of her body, headaches, anxiety, and depression up to six months later.

McNabb has since spoken out about the injury and the accommodations she now needs in school due to retention problems to protect other female athletes from suffering similar injuries.

Because of the greater jumping ability and power that male athletes possess, men’s volleyball nets are 7 inches higher than the women’s. Men playing in co-ed leagues with female athletes on a women’s net are often prohibited from spiking or playing the front row. These safety precautions are completely ignored when a male player says that he’s a girl.

A female player from La Cite College suffered a concussion after being hit in the head by a spike from “trans”-identified male athlete CL Viloria in November of 2023 while Viloria played for Centennial College. Viloria was one of two male players on the Centennial women’s volleyball team.

According to Rebel News, yet another male athlete playing women’s volleyball in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) caused a concussion to another La Cite player in a January 2024 match. The male player, Franz Largadas, was one of three male athletes playing on the Seneca College women’s team. He had played for the Seneca men’s team the previous year.

Reduxx magazine reported on the participation of “trans”-identified male Brayden “Blaire” Fleming on the San Jose State women’s volleyball team. Fleming had concealed his sex from other players, parents, and even the officials, but had raised suspicions due to his aggressive performance and athleticism. One parent reported that her daughter was “suffering far more physical injuries and strains than she ever had before in her volleyball career” while competing against Fleming.

Examples of his male athleticism and the danger he poses to female athletes while playing on a women’s net can be seen in his highlight reels. 30 seconds into one of his videos, Fleming can be seen hitting an opposing player so hard with his spike that it knocks her off her feet.

It is not known how many injuries Fleming has caused opposing players and teammates.

Parents of female volleyball players in Green Bay Wisconsin raised concerns when it became known that a male player had joined a girl’s high school volleyball team in the Green Bay area for summer preseason practice and games. The parents described their daughters as suddenly “leaving with welts and bruises that they’ve never received before.”

The parents were told that the male would be allowed to play on the girl’s team during the school year. Green Bay Area school district also allows male students to use women’s bathrooms and locker rooms and “works with the transgender [male] students to determine what they would prefer.”

The district apparently does not consult the female athletes who are expected to use those changing rooms with these males over what they would prefer.

The male student’s name and the extent of his participation in women’s athletics is not known at this time.

These are just a few examples of the injuries caused by males competing in women’s sports. Many injuries by these males go unreported. Some male athletes conceal their sex, leaving female athletes and teams in the dark about the elevated risks they are facing going into competitions, and if they are injured, they are gaslit into thinking it was just by another “girl.” Sometimes, women are even punished if they choose to prioritize their own safety rather than face off against a male opponent.

The differences between male and female physicality should not be ignored. The safety and well-being of female athletes should not be put at risk because a male simply does not want to compete with his male peers, because competing with women and girls makes him “feel good” about himself and competing with men makes him “feel bad,” because he doesn’t think he can compete well with other males, because he refuses to accept the physical, biological reality of his sex over a fantasy he has created in his head regarding how he thinks his reality “should be.”

The prioritization of the feelings of a very small group of male athletes over the physical safety of every single female athlete in competition with them is a shameful mark on every athletic organization that allows this practice to continue.