Why Are We Allowing Biological Men To Compete Against Women? Let’s Clear This Up

Ivy League Transgender Athletes Swimming
Pennsylvania’s Lia Thomas, center, Yale’s Iszak Henig, left, and Princeton’s Nikki Venema stand on the podium following a medal ceremony after Thomas won the 100-yard freestyle, Henig finished second and Venema third at the Ivy League women’s swimming and diving championships at Harvard, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022, in Cambridge, Mass. Henig, who is transitioning to male but hasn’t begun hormone treatments yet, is swimming for the Yale women’s team and Thomas, who is transitioning to female, is swimming for the Penn women’s team. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm)


I’m sure you’ve heard about the Lia Thomas story by now? She became the first transgender athlete to win an NCAA championship. Well, maybe the fact that she is a biological male swimming against women had something to do with that victory…


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