Caitlyn Jenner on transgender swimmer: “Lia Thomas is not good for women’s sports"



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Caitlyn Jenner on transgender swimmer: “Lia Thomas is not good for women’s sports"

A lot of reactions in the world of sports arose when there was a scandal about Lia Thomas, who was born a man but changed her gender and wanted to compete in the women's category. However, it was questionable whether this would happen.

However, Lia finally got permission and it is certain that this will be good news for her “The recent rule changes do not impact Thomas’ eligibility for this month’s Ivy League Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships as the effective date for this unprecedented midseason NCAA policy change begins with the 2022 NCAA Winter Championships,” Ivy League said for Swimming World.

Caitlyn Jenner on Lia Thomas

Caitlyn Jenner, who also changed her gender in 2015, believes that things like this will not be fair “I’ve said from the beginning, biological boys should not be playing in women’s sports,” Jenner said.

“We need to protect women’s sports”. “[Lia Thomas] is also not good for women’s sports. It’s unfortunate that this is happening. I don’t know why she’s doing it. She knows when she’s swimming she’s beating the competition by two laps."

"She was born as a biological boy. She was raised as a biological boy. Her cardiovascular system is bigger. Her respiratory system is bigger. He believes that Lia Thomas will have a big advantage right from the start, and that biological differences from birth can have a big impact.

Indeed, it is questionable how fair this will be for other swimmers “Her hands are bigger. She can swim faster. That’s a known. All of this is woke world that we’re living in right now is not working. I feel sorry for the other athletes that are out there, especially at Penn or anyone she’s competing against, because in the woke world you have to say, ‘Oh my gosh, this is great.’ No it’s not”.

Lia Thomas has a chance to hear the good news for now, but we'll see if there will be any more information in the future