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Female UPENN Swimmers Speak Out Against Transgendered Teammate, Lia Thomas

Female UPENN Swimmers Speak Out Against Transgendered Teammate, Lia Thomas
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Two biological female UPENN swimmers are speaking out against their recently transgendered teammate, Lia Thomas.

A female member of the University of Pennsylvania women’s swim team has come out against the transgender swimmer who is now shattering school records.

Lia Thomas competed for three years at UPENN as a male but just wasn’t good enough.

Thomas set school records in the 200 and 500-meter freestyle in November. During the weekend of December 5, the transgendered swimmer set yet another record in the 1650-meter freestyle. Anna Kalandadze, a biological woman, finished second coming in over 38 seconds later.

The first anonymous teammate apoke with OutKick, telling them that most of the team has expressed their unhappiness with what’s going on.

“Pretty much everyone individually has spoken to our coaches about not liking this. Our coach [Mike Schnur] just really likes winning. He’s like most coaches. I think secretly everyone just knows it’s the wrong thing to do,” the female Penn swimmer said during a phone interview.

“When the whole team is together, we have to be like, ‘Oh my gosh, go Lia, that’s great, you’re amazing.’ It’s very fake,” she added.

It wasn’t long though before more teammates started to come forward. A second swimmer came forward against Lia Thomas competing for the women’s team stating that “It’s bringing people to tears.”

“They feel so discouraged because no matter how much work they put in it, they’re going to lose. Usually, they can get behind the blocks and know they out-trained all their competitors and they’re going to win and give it all they’ve got,” the source said. “Now they’re having to go behind the blocks knowing no matter what, they do not have the chance to win. I think that it’s really getting to everyone.”

To make matters worse, the University has advised the team to not speak with the media about the situation but that’s not stopping these women from stepping forward. They’ve trained hard for a majority of their lives to achieve the collegiate swimming levels that they’re at for absolutely nothing.

They’re angry at the advantage a man has when he competes as a woman because he couldn’t cut it swimming as a man.

After just five meets and the Akron Invitational, Thomas has not just destroyed opponents. The Penn freestyle records are being rewritten by a swimmer who was second-team All-Ivy league in 2018-19 — as a male.

“Usually everyone claps, everyone is yelling and cheering when someone wins a race. Lia touched the wall and it was just silent in there,” OutKick’s source said during a phone interview.

“When [Penn swimmer] Anna [Kalandadze] finished second, the crowd erupted in applause.”

According to OutKick’s source, Thomas was unhappy with her time after the 500 race, but while standing in front of teammates, made sure to mention, “At least I’m still No. 1 in the country.”

“Well, obviously she’s No. 1 in the country because she’s at a clear physical advantage after having gone through male puberty and getting to train with testosterone for years,” OutKick’s source said. “Of course you’re No. 1 in the country when you’re beating a bunch of females. That’s not something to brag about.”

These universities have become such liberal cesspools that they are damaging the women who compete and have competed for years. They are removing the great achievements for men who couldn’t cut it in men’s sports. They are allowing second-rate athletes to claim a transgender status so they can simply win a few races.

They are eliminating women from women’s sports.

This isn’t the only issue that has been affecting schools. In Loudoun County, we watched as a father was arrested when a “trans” student raped his daughter in the bathroom and the school board tried to cover it up.

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