A biologically male swimmer is dominating the Ivy League female division.

We can probably expect outcomes like that described by Hank Berrien in the Daily Wire to become more and more common:

In November, a University of Pennsylvania swimmer who swam for the men’s team for the previous three years swam for the women’s team, dominating the competition.

Lia Thomas formerly used the name Will Thomas. Swim Swam reported on November 20 that Thomas “blasted the number one 200 free time and the second-fastest 500 free time in the nation on Saturday, breaking Penn program records in both events.” Thomas “swept the 100-200-500 free individual events and contributed to the first-place 400 free relay in a tri-meet against Princeton and Cornell,” the outlet reported.

Pushing the envelope of fantasy over reality, Thomas (pictured here) gushes that “being trans has not affected my ability to do this sport.”  Yeah, no kidding.

This reminds me of the time, in 2003, a pair of young, intelligent, fit, wealthy, white, and well-traveled men won the reality show Amazing Race around the world and tried to make it into a story about how anybody can overcome challenges because they were gay.  How much obviousness are we going to be expected to pretend is not obvious?

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James Morgan
James Morgan
8 months ago

We HAVE gone mad.

RUTH HOLLENBACH
RUTH HOLLENBACH
Reply to  James Morgan
8 months ago

Well, not you, not me, not Justin! They have gone mad!!!

RUTH HOLLENBACH
RUTH HOLLENBACH
8 months ago

Great article! It’s unbelievable what is going on.

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