Feeling like a woman and actually being one isn’t the same. This story, and many previously reported, state that this is not the natural cause and order of events.
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Lia Thomas is a professional swimmer, born a male. She attends the University of Pennsylvania and broke all previous records after switching to the women’s team.
“While competing on the women’s team, Thomas shattered the 500 Free Ivy League record at 4:35.06, winning the event by almost 13 seconds. Thomas also broke the women’s Ivy League record for the 200 Free and beat the second-place swimmer by over six seconds” Daily Caller wrote in their report.
“Being trans has not affected my ability to do this sport and being able to continue is very rewarding,” Thomas told Penn Today in June.
Thomas, a leader of the “Penn Non-Cis” club, is 22 and began swimming at the age of five, according to Penn Today.
In addition, here’s a piece from a sport’s journal study, that was just recently published.
“Males have a physical advantage over females in sports which decreases but is not erased by testosterone suppression, the Sports Councils’ Equality Group (SCEG) found in September. Males who undergo testosterone suppression in adulthood retain natural advantages based on height advantage and bone density.
Sports associations have struggled to balance the inclusion of transgender athletes with fairness for female athletes. Transgender athletes were allowed to compete in the gender division of their choice based on gender identity in the 2020 Olympics, and the International Olympic Committee recommended in November that sports organizations stop requiring male-to-female transitioning athletes to undergo hormone therapy before competing in women’s sports.”
Where do you stand on this one?