Insanity! UPenn Nominates 'Lia' Thomas As NCAA 'Woman Of the Year' 

Jay Maxson | July 18, 2022
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Once more for the learning impaired people at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn): what is a woman?

These folks obviously don’t know the answer to that simple question, as evidenced by their nomination of the biological male William “Lia” Thomas for the NCAA "Woman of the Year" award after allowing him to compete on the university's women's swimming team last season.

What are Thomas’s chances of winning? Well, he’s one of 577 nominees, so, numerically, his chances could be lowered by the sheer number of rivals for the honor. However, we live in a crazy, woke culture where the bizarre is becoming closer to the norm. I wouldn’t put it past the NCAA to try to score points with the LGBT fascists by selecting Thomas. 

The NCAA’s Woman of the Year award is supposed to recognize “female student-athletes who have exhausted their eligibility and distinguished themselves in their community, in athletics and in academics throughout their college careers.” (Notably, for three of Thomas’s four years at Penn, he was a mediocre male swim team member.)

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In fact, he was one of the lowest-ranking male swimmers in the nation before reinventing himself as a “transgender woman," one who then piled up a boatload of trophies, medals and a national championship while competing against actual women and igniting a firestorm of protest from his own teammates, other female competitors, and the public throughout the season. 

Thomas won the 500-yard freestyle event at this year’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in March, towering head-and-shoulders above his rivals on the podium.

Critic Abigail Shrier, author of "Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters," explained, "It isn't 'inclusion' that leads the Ivy League to pull stunts like this. It's misogyny - and utter contempt for the truth." 

Martina Navratilova, lesbian and former tennis superstar, asked the NCAA "What is wrong with you?" On Twitter, she also wrote: "So I should be happy that biological women are pushed aside when it comes to sports?" 

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton called the nomination a "direct attack" on female athletes at the University of Pennsylvania. 

The winner of the 50th annual NCAA Woman of the Year award will be named in January. Between now and then, the NCAA will engage in a long process of eliminating nominees.

And if the organization has any integrity at all, it will cut Thomas in the first round. 

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