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Man Swimmer Crushes Another Women’s Record, Finishes A Lap Ahead Of Competition

Until very recently, the truth that men have one X and one Y chromosome (XY), and women have 2  X chromosomes, was scientifically and culturally accepted.

With the advancement of radical social engineering, those with Gender dysphoria have now been accepted by a small, but growing group of activists, as exhibiting a new normal.

Science though defines people with Gender dysphoria as those having a sense of unease because they believe there has been a mismatch between their biological sex and their gender identity.  This sense of unease or dissatisfaction may be so intense it can lead to depression and anxiety and have a harmful impact on daily life.

Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, a man who thinks he is a woman, won an Ivy League Championship in the women’s 500-yard freestyle event Thursday, beating most of her competitors by about one lap, according to multiple sources.

Thomas, who competed on the University of Pennsylvania men’s team for three years before adopting a transgender identity, beat the second-place 500 free swimmer by seven and a half seconds and the third-place swimmer by more than ten seconds, according to an event summary.

The University of Pennsylvania has publicly of Thomas’ participation in women’s athletic events and released an unsigned letter of support for Thomas on Feb. 1 supposedly representing the views of “several” female teammates.

Sixteen members of the University of Pennsylvania women’s swimming team wrote a letter to the university on Feb. 3 saying that Thomas’ participation was unfair.

“Biologically, Lia holds an unfair advantage over the competition in the women’s category, as evidenced by her rankings that have bounced from #462 as a male to #1 as a female,” the letter said, The Washington Post reported. “If she were to be eligible to compete against us, she could now break Penn, Ivy, and NCAA Women’s Swimming records; feats she could never have done as a male athlete.”

One of Thomas’ teammates told the Daily Mail that she and her female teammates felt uncomfortable sharing a locker room with Thomas, who she said still had “male body parts and is still attracted to women.”

Thomas is expected to compete again on Friday in the 200 free race, according to ESPN.

This story is similar to one from 2018.

Some parents within Connecticut’s high school track and field circle expressed outrage when two transgender students took home top prizes at the state championships for girls.

Transgender high school sophomores Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood came in first and second place, respectively, in the 100-meter race at the State Open Finals June 4, angering some parents who complained they had a competitive advantage over non-transgender students.

Miller, who also won the top prize for the 200-meter race representing Bulkeley High School in Hartford, and Yearwood were born male, but they now identify as females.

So there you have it, folks, men who could not win competing against other men, are gitty with joy as they crush the women’s records, racing as a woman, leaving the real girls in their dust, taking their victories, medals, and possible scholarships in the process.

This story syndicated with permission from Eric Thompson Show