Follow The Science…Except For Genetics

University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas smashed two US women’s records in a meet in Akron, OH and in a third event beat her nearest competitor by 38 seconds.

Lia Thomas is in her first year of competitive women’s swimming. So what is the key behind the sudden and dramatic success? Thomas previously competed for the school’s men’s team for three years before joining the women’s team.

This should not be surprising, since this is not an isolated case. Similar instances have occurred before including earlier this year in a girl’s high school sports competition. Of course, they all have one thing in common: it is always a former male that is competing as a female, not a former female now competing as a male. Why is that? It’s genetics and it’s obvious: transgender women are not women as it relates to hormones and how that relates to their physical abilities.

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