The discussion over whether biological men should be allowed to participate in women’s sports may be the most ridiculous of our time. Fairness is fully skewed to one side, with predictable and preset outcomes. This debate would be kept to its more natural domain: if it weren’t 2022 and Americans weren’t afraid to confront the clear truths in front of them. However, things have taken an entirely different turn, and now women are being made to believe that they are less, by the transgender athletes who have sabotaged women sports.
Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas dominated the female swimmers at the University of Akron’s Zippy Invitational in early December last year. Lia won the 1650 free by a massive 38 seconds over the second-place finisher, the 500 free by a whopping twelve seconds over the second-place finisher, and the 200 free by a still-huge seven seconds over the second-place finisher. Lia set new Penn records as well as meet and pool records. Parents of roughly ten of the female swimmers fired off a letter to the NCAA on December 5, blasting, “At stake here is the integrity of women’s sports.”
No one cares for women’s rights in 21st century USA
However, these complaints went unheard and why not? In today’s America, it’s blasphemous to even talk about women rights, where only trans rights prevail even if it is at the cost of women. Now again, Iszac Henig, a Yale transgender swimmer, won the Ivy League Championship in the 50-yard freestyle on Thursday.
Henig, transitioning from female to male, swam on Yale’s 800-yard freestyle relay team that finished second to Harvard in the event Wednesday night. He competed in the first leg of the event against Penn’s Lia Thomas, who is transitioning from male to female.
Earlier in December, Lia Thomas, when asked about the feeling after breaking the Penn women’s swimming records, Thomas did not mention the women who wound up lagging far behind, only saying, “I’m very proud of my times and my ability to keep swimming and continue competing and they’re suited-up times and I’m happy with them and my coaches are happy with them. That’s what matters to me.”
According to reports, members of the University of Pennsylvania swim team were crying on the Akron pool deck because they realized they had no chance of winning with Thomas competing.
The failure of feminism in empowering women
Iszac Henig, a transgender Yale swimmer, and Lia Thomas, a transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer competing on the women’s team after formerly swimming on the men’s team, finished off impressive individual efforts at the Ivy League Championships on Saturday as well.
Lia has a biological advantage over her female competitors, as proven by her rankings, which have jumped from #462 as a male to #1 as a female. This was referenced in an anonymous letter allegedly handed to the authorities by other female team members. However, the way in which a skewed understanding and giving in to the virtue-signalling mob has jeopardized women’s rights.
While the woke mob calls itself all for women’s rights and talks about being their ally. However, they have turned a blind eye to the abject take over of women’s sports away from biological females. They have created such a situation, where the records set by these trans athletes is so high that it will end up mocking the competitive spirit of women’s sports.