Swimming Magazine Pressures NCAA To Stop The Madness
The NCAA has really dropped the ball here when it comes to female sports. They are allowing confused men to ruin women's sports. Swimmer's Magazine pointed out the insanity of the current situation where a confused man, Lia Thomas, who is dominating college female swimming competitions. He is blowing away records and making the women cry. The swimmer's magazine pointed out that the girls are going to need to start juicing if they want to compete against men.
"Swimming World Magazine, John Lohn wrote about just that and is putting pressure on the NCAA to wake the heck up from their 'woke' coma:
The newest predicament facing the sport is not one of rampant doping, but a complex scenario with an outcome that could be as damning. Yes, we’re discussing the Lia Thomas saga – again. It’s a debate not soon to go away, and with each passing day toward the NCAA Championships in March, the potential of Thomas racing for a Division I crown becomes a more pressing issue.
Her shift from the men’s team to the women’s team is a result of Thomas’ transition to female, and after fulfilling the NCAA’s requirement of one year of testosterone suppressant use, she is eligible to compete in a collegiate competition as a member of a women’s program. The problem: The NCAA’s one-year suppressant requirement is not nearly stringent enough to create a level playing field between Thomas and the biological females against whom she is racing.
Despite the hormone suppressants she has taken, in accordance with NCAA guidelines, Thomas’ male-puberty advantage has not been rolled back an adequate amount. The fact is, for nearly 20 years, she built muscle and benefited from the testosterone naturally produced by her body. That strength does not disappear overnight, nor with a year’s worth of suppressants. Consequently, Thomas dives into the water with an inherent advantage over those on the surrounding blocks.
Parents at Penn state where Thomas competes wrote into the NCAA last week urging them to act and to stop playing stupid:
“At stake here is the integrity of women’s sports,” the portion of the letter that was obtained by DailyMail.com says. The entire letter was not available.
“The precedent being set – one in which women do not have a protected and equitable space to compete – is a direct threat to female athletes in every sport. What are the boundaries? How is this in line with the NCAA’s commitment to providing a fair environment for student-athletes?
“It is the responsibility of the NCAA to address the matter with an official statement. As the governing body, it is unfair and irresponsible to leave the onus on Lia, Lia’s teammates, Lia’s coaches, UPenn athletics, and the Ivy League. And it is unfair and irresponsible to Lia to allow the media to dictate the narrative without the participation of the NCAA.”
I mean how is this fair? If women are going to need to use steroids just to compete, isn't that telling about how confused guys shouldn't be in the same league? But instead in this safe space, LGBTQ pandering culture, confused men are allowed to ruin female sports, because somehow it's more ok to crap on women's rights than it is to tell a few confused men, 'No.'