Clay Travis: Lia Thomas’ Story Highlights Advantage By Male Athletes Competing Against Females

Sports media turned a blind eye to Penn transgender swimmer Lia Thomas’ dominance of women’s athletics over a biological advantage as a transgender athlete. Now, they are retelling the story with the message that men belong in women’s sports.

Clay Travis hopped on OutKick the Show Tuesday afternoon to discuss the breaking profiles by ESPN, The New York Times and Good Morning America on Thomas.

Clay argued against the overarching message, which was male athletes deciding to become women are not a threat to women’s athletics at all.

“That is a lie,” Clay replied. “Men who decide to identify as women have a huge competitive advantage … men are bigger, stronger and faster than women.”


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Written by Alejandro Avila

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