Swimming Against The Tide

So the NCAA Division I Swimming Championships were held Thursday, and wouldn’t you know William “Lia” Thomas won the National Championship. You would think Thomas, a man, would be embarrassed by routing girls in the pool, but nope; Thomas is proud.

No matter how badly radical trans activists and wokesters want it to be true, University of Pennsylvania swimmer and NCAA champ Lia Thomas is not female. She’s just not. We don’t begrudge her her right to live her life as a woman if that’s how she chooses to live her life, but that doesn’t change her biology. Biologically speaking, she’s still a man — and she has no business competing against biological females in women’s sports.

Truer words were never spoken.

Thomas won the NCAA national championship yesterday not by being the best woman swimmer, but by competing against actual women’s swimmers knowing full well that she has unfair physical advantages.

We can only imagine the depths of the hurt and anger felt by the women athletes who are relegated to a distant second or third or who never get a chance to medal at all because the NCAA sanctions trans women participating in women’s sports. But this photo gives us a pretty good glimpse into how those women are feeling..

I can’t post the actual photo because it’s from Getty, and they always try to extort money if bloggers use their photos. I can link the photo, however, and this is how it looked.

It’s great to see the females shun this fraud, despite the fact they’ll probably get hell for it. If the female swimmers continue on this path, it’s possible they can reclaim their sport back.