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A transgender athlete from Penn has been utterly dominant in women’s swimming, not long after dominating the men’s competition for three years.
The NCAA, mind you, is OK with all of this.
“But clearly, when you’re winning races by 38 seconds over the person who is in second place … (and) won a 500-meter by 15 seconds … the bigger issue here is it threatens to destroy all of women’s sports,” OutKick founder Clay Travis said on Fox News.
“This is not sexism, this is biology. (Men) are bigger, stronger and faster than women. That is why we separate men’s and women’s athletics.”
Lia Thomas, formerly Will Thomas, is the Penn swimmer in question. As noted by OutKick’s Joe Kinsey, it will likely take an historic performance for a biological female swimmer to keep Thomas from claiming the NCAA women’s championship.
“If you are going to allow highly trained and highly skilled men to decide to compete against women, the (biological) women are not going to win,” Clay said. “There is a monster issue that threatens to become major for many other sports as well.”
Check out Clay’s full take on the matter in the video from Fox News below.