Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas is now angering her teammates by recklessly adding to dominate the pool, according to a new report.
OutKick posted a comment from a female Penn swimmer, who said the team was displeased that none of them had any hope of winning while Thomas was preparing his gear.
It has since published comments from a second female swimmer, withholding the swimmer’s name to help prevent her from receiving backlash.
When Thomas did the paperwork, the women in the group “felt very frustrated because no matter how much effort they put in, they would lose. Usually, they can get behind the blocks and know they’ve trained all of their competitors and they’re going to win and give all they have,” said the OutKick source. .
“Now they have to go behind the blocks knowing that no matter what, they have no chance of winning. I think it really goes to everyone,” said the swimmer.
OutKick sources said on Saturday, after winning the national fastest 200 freestyle, Thomas had to brag.
“It was easy, I was flying,” the source quoted Thomas as saying.
He then commented after winning the 500-meter freestyle: “At least I’m still No. 1 in the country.”
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OutKick’s source responded to that.
“Well, she’s clearly number 1 in the country because she has a definite physical advantage after going through male puberty and training with testosterone for years,” said the swimmer. “Of course you are number 1 in the country when you beat a bunch of women. It’s not something to brag about.”
The source said there was a moment when a real sense of Thomas came in.
“Usually people clap, people shout and cheer when someone wins the race. Lia hits the wall and it just stays silent in there,” the OutKick source said.
“When Anna came in second, the crowd erupted in applause,” she said, referring to Penn’s swimmer Anna Kalandadze.
OutKick says it was said Penn had no plans to stop Thomas swim with women.
“While they say they care about all of us, our interests directly conflict with Lia’s interests regarding fair competition and competition. While we support Lia as a person making decisions for her own life, you can’t make that decision and then get in the way of other people and their rights,” the source said. of OutKick said.
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Swimmer Penn spoke to OutKick said women have become losers.
“I don’t know what the solution is, but I know this is not it. Because people talk about how the transgender community can be marginalized before and this is supposed to help, but you can’t help the transgender community by marginalizing [biological] women,” she said. “I know no matter what, biological women will never be on a level playing field with transgender women.”
“This is a cloud that covers everything. A cloud in the dressing room, especially the last few days because we all know how things have changed in the last week,” said Thomas’ teammate.
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