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Female Athlete Urges Swimmers to Push Back against Unfair Transgender Competition

'Don't let them silence you'

 on 17th December 2021 @ 6.00pm
 i   ve experienced it five times  and each time  i lost to a biological male   madison kenyon said © press
'I’ve experienced it five times. And each time, I lost to a biological male,' Madison Kenyon said

One female track athlete spoke out following the news of biological male and self-described transgender woman, Lia Thomas, who unfairly dominated female swimming competitions.

Madison Kenyon, who runs for the Idaho State track and cross country team, called on female swimmers to speak out.

“I just kind of want to say to the female athletes in Pennsylvania, don’t let anyone silence you. Speak up," she said.

"Tell the NCAA your athletic directors and your coaches that you want fair competition, because doing this is nowhere near as scary as it seems. And the amount of support is overwhelming.”

Fox News host Will Cain said:

“I should say that while Lia Thomas hasn’t had gender-affirming surgery, he did have a year’s worth of, I believe, hormonal treatment, which is what the NCAA requires in many situations."

lia thomas sparked further controversy by boasting about how  easy  it was to beat female opponents © press
Lia Thomas sparked further controversy by boasting about how 'easy' it was to beat female opponents

"But Madison, it doesn’t change the biological fact that he’s a man. He went through puberty as a man, he has muscle structure, and everything through 22 years of his life as a man and Madison, you’ve competed against this exact situation in track you’ve competed against transgender athletes."

"Would you tell us tell all of us watching right now? What is it like to go into a competition against a transgender athlete when you know the outcome ahead of time?”

“Yeah, it’s extremely deflating,” Kenyon responded.

“I’ve experienced it five times. And each time, I lost to a biological male. And the fact that that’s still happening, that women are still losing to biological males, in their own sport shows why we need more female athletes to speak up about this."

"And so I just kind of want to say to the female athletes in Pennsylvania, don’t let anyone silence you. Speak up. Tell the NCAA, your athletic directors, and your coaches that you want fair competition, because doing this is nowhere near as scary as it seems. And the amount of support is overwhelming.”

thomas recently smashed several records by joining the women   s team after switching from the men s © press
Thomas recently smashed several records by joining the women’s team after switching from the men's.

Cain turned to Kenyon’s attorney Kristen Waggoner, asking:

“I mentioned what the NCAA rules are about hormonal treatment. And, you know, different states at the high school level have different laws. What should the laws be when it comes to this?”

“They’re simple,” Waggoner replied bluntly.

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“The law should be that biological women compete against biological women, and the NCAA policy doesn’t require the University of Pennsylvania to deny a fair playing field to women. It doesn’t require that at all."

"In fact, what it’s doing is prioritizing activists over women athletes, and by denying them a fair playing field, they’re refusing again to recognize legitimate biological distinctions, and that hurts women and girls the most."

Cain concluded:

“I think many are guided by empathy, but they’re prioritizing empathizing with one individual over the hundreds, the thousands of Madisons out there that have trained their entire lives. Very selective in where you apply your empathy, and by the way, it’s the end of women’s sports.”

Neon Nettle reported last week:

Lia Thomas sparked further controversy by boasting about how "easy" it was to beat female opponents.

As Neon Nettle previously reported, Thomas recently smashed several records by joining the women’s team after switching from the men's.

Thomas competed for three years on the men’s team but later "transitioned" to "female" and moved to the women's team.

The "victory" was met with fierce backlash after Thomas beat female swimmers by such huge margins.

[READ MORE] 10-Year-Old Transgender Boy is Starting a Dating Website for Trans Children

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