I wonder if they joined because they enjoy the game of basketball or because they were anticipating some kind of reaction that would let him/her wallow in some sense of victimhood.
Ok, did reverse image search, I was right:
She recalls Mission's game last season at Ohlone College and the outright hostility in the gym as one of many examples.
"I had brought my sixth-grade girls [AAU basketball team] to watch their coach play," Ludwig said. "They had no clue I was once a man. I was just Coach Gabbi to them. But they sat behind one belligerent guy, who brought that to their attention. It was hard for them to hear that, and I had to explain to them when all I wanted to do was make it such an amazing time for them to watch a women's basketball game."
If that were all that had happened, it would have been bad enough. But making it truly disturbing was that another man ran down from the bleachers to accost Mission coach Corey Cafferata, shake a finger in his face and tell him among other things that he was despicable, disgusting and a disgrace to women's basketball for allowing Gabbi to play.
"And he just took it," Ludwig said of her coach. "He told him, 'I don't care if she's a transsexual. She's a woman and a student who works hard in school and on the court...'"
Cafferata recalls that the man had his hands in his jacket, which made it especially concerning.