Failing as a male swimmer, transgender is now crushing female records at the University of Pennsylvania

Will Thomas/ Lia Thomas

It turns out men are much, much better at being female swimmers than women are.

A male swimmer and senior at the University of Pennsylvania – who spent three years competing as a man – has decided to pretend to be female, reports With eager encouragement from the transgender world and the media, he is now breaking records in women’s events.

Sorry, real women. Accept your second-class status.

Will Thomas, 22, changed his name to Lia and has competed in a number of recent events. At a meet with Cornell and Princeton on Nov. 20, the superwoman senior shattered UPenn records in the 200-meter and 500-meter freestyle. His times beat almost every other female swimmer nationwide. Thomas’ time in the 200-meter event would qualify for a silver medal at the NCAA Women’s Championships, and his 500-meter time would have won bronze.

It is unknown when Thomas began his “transition” to being “female,” but according to NCAA rules he would need to have undergone a year of testosterone suppression to compete.

He last competed in a men’s event on Nov. 16, 2019.

Trans “women” have, not surprisingly, been dominating actual females in their sports, with enthusiastic support from those who think being female — or male — is merely a choice or a state of mind. In June, transgender track athlete CeCe Telfer was barred from the U.S. Olympic trials after “she” failed to meet the testosterone requirements.

BMX rider Chelsea Wolfe travelled to the Tokyo Olympic Games as an alternative and became the first transgender Olympian on Team USA. “She” did not compete in the Olympics, however.

Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard hasn’t been able to beat the girls, however. The 43-year-old, who “transitioned” in 2012, competed for New Zealand but failed to perform a single valid lift in Tokyo.


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