Women's swim team complaints about Lia Thomas's male nudity in the locker room!



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Women's swim team complaints about Lia Thomas's male nudity in the locker room!

Lia Thomas, the transgender swimmer, is in the spotlight again, this time for one bizarre reason. It seems that Lia Thomas was in the locker room without clothes, with visible male genitalia. Apparently, the girls were bothered by this and sent a letter to the city and school authorities.

The content of the letter looks like this “We are writing to report a potential violation of Pennsylvania Code of Law Section 3127 and of Title IX and of the University of Pennsylvania’s Sessual Harassment, Sessual Violence, Relationship Violence and Stalking Policy" "We write as representatives of our organizations and as interested members of the public, not as representatives in any capacity of any the potentially impacted individuals."

Lia Thomas vs University of Pennsylvania women's swim team

"While not first-hand witnesses or members of the University of Pennsylvania community (although there is at least one alumna among us), there are news reports identifying sufficient information to initiate an investigation."

"It appears from news reports that many, if not most, of the female athletes on the University's swim team, fear retaliation are concerned about maintaining their scholarship and reputation in the community."

"For this reason, a report such as this one should be considered an adequate basis requiring law enforcement and the university to conduct an" The girls appear to have tried to send letters earlier, but to no avail.

It seems that the entire locker room is directed against Lia Thomas, and we will see if this complaint will still have an answer. “‘Multiple swimmers have raised it, multiple different times,’ a UPenn swimmer stated, as quoted by washingtonexaminer ‘But we were basically told that we could not ostracize Lia by not having her in the locker room and that there’s nothing we can do about it, that we basically have to roll over and accept it, or we cannot use our own locker room.’”