Rob Schneider, a comedian, urged parents, coaches, and biological female athletes to boycott games against transgender athletes who are biologically male, stating that this situation must come to an end.

On Thursday, the 59-year-old actor shared a video clip of Payton McNabb, a female high school volleyball player from North Carolina, who was hit in the face by a male player who identified as transgender during a game. McNabb sustained a concussion and other injuries as a result of the incident. Schneider posted the clip to his 1.5 million Twitter followers.

“This has to stop…,” Schneider said. “If the parents, coaches and ‘women’ athletes ALL REFUSE TO PLAY against these MEN…”

“It ALL STOPS!” he finished.

In his post, the actor known for his role in "The Animal" included a tweet from Riley Gaines, a former swimming champion who has been vocal about her opposition to female athletes competing against biological males in sports. Gaines, who was a standout athlete at the University of Kentucky, had an NCAA award taken away from her due to the participation of Lia Thomas, a transgender swimmer who was biologically male.

“Watch the clip of Payton McNabb getting spiked in the face by a male competing with the women,” Gaines tweeted. “Then watch her testimony she gave today for the first time publicly.”

“I was honored to stand alongside her in NC to continue the fight to protect women’s sports,” she added.

In the video, McNabb discussed the severe injuries she sustained and how they continue to impact her today. She emphasized the danger of allowing biological males to compete against biological females in women's sports.

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