By now, you’ve probably heard about Will Thomas, the 6’3″ young man who was a Second-team All-Ivy conference swimmer in the 2017-2018 season.
All-conference anything in NCAA Division 1 means you’re an incredible athlete, even if it is second team. So why’s he in the news?
Well, Will Thomas has gone from a very good (but not national superstar) to almost singlehandedly guaranteeing his Pennsylvania University swim team a shot at the national championship.
And how did he do it? Simple, by competing against females.
Now, video of the meet where he made international headlines by beating EVERY OTHER SWIMMER by FORTY SECONDS has gone public.
Honestly, it’s almost as bad as what you would imagine.
Big thanks to #liaThomas for saving women’s sports by showing just how preposterous it is for a strapping athletic young biological man to compete with biological women.
— End the Mandates (@weRessential) December 9, 2021
Thanks Lia Thomas, you are oh so incredibly brave to be taking medals from these women that have trained their entire lives to actually EARN them.
I’ll expect a huge thank-you in the mail from you Lia after I set the single-game rushing record in my age 7U football game this weekend.
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