Well, we over here at Revolver now officially have a favorite Rugby player…

Go Giulia!


Not only is our boy Giulia dominating these puny biofemales, Giulia is also getting people cancelled off Twitter. If that’s not Alpha Chad, then what is?

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More from the Media Research Center (emphasis ours):

A transgender man who helped an Irish women’s rugby club win a championship by an embarrassing margin says he did it for the sisterhood. With the male Giulia Valentino upsetting the competitive balance of the sport, the LGBT Gaelic football team Na Gaeil Aeracha destroyed the competition in the recent Dublin Junior J Shield football final.

And get this: Twitter suspended a number of women’s rights accounts that posted Valentino’s picture to point out the unfairness!

Breitbart reported that “Outrage has hit the Irish sporting world after a women’s ‘LGBT’ football team with a trans player beat their finals opponent by eight goals.” That’s a devastating victory margin in this sport.

Na Gaeil Aeracha changed the setting for each of its social media accounts to private after it smashed the opposing team in the finals, then refused to address the controversy that followed. This team allows any person to train and play based on their gender identity, and it does not require medical transitioning. (Guys only need to be psychologically confused about their gender).

BASED! Go Giulia!

Not only is Giulia crushing women’s rugby, he’s also a pervert getting off while doing it:

Valentino is an Italian who moved to Dublin, Ireland in 2019 for the opportunity to capitalize on Na Gaeil Aeracha’s exploitation of gender identity. He says he joined the Irish LGBT team “because of sisterhood, validation and political visibility; as a trans woman those things are very important to me.”

Valentino is more than an athlete. He’s also a fetish club performer entertaining folks as the “trans dyke” DJ Mav.

Also, Valentino was annoyed while playing for another team that told him to use a separate locker room, which he labeled as a “harsh approach.”

A true role model… all Irish girls everywhere are looking up to Giulia!