VHS volleyball team in Vermont is prohibited from using its own locker room due to a transgender issue.

After an altercation with a transgender player, the majority of the high school volleyball team in Vermont have been prohibited from using their own locker room, according to sources.

The Randolph Union High School volleyball player Blake Allen spoke to WCAX about how uneasy it makes her feel.

It's an enormous thing, "Everyone is enquiring as to why you aren't let in the locker room," she remarked.

According to WCAX, the issue started after an argument with an unnamed transgender athlete.

While some teammates want the transgender athlete to switch teams, Vermont state law allows kids to participate in sports and use the locker that best fits their gender identity.

It would take more than 30 minutes for all the females who are uncomfortable to change in a single-stall restroom, according to Allen.

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