Concerned Women for America Files Civil Rights Lawsuit Against UPenn for Allowing a Man to Compete Against Women

Concerned Women for America (CWA) has filed a lawsuit under Title IX against the University of Pennsylvania for continuing to allow a man to compete against women.

A man calling himself Lia Thomas, a UPenn student, last week defeated all the women in the 500-yard freestyle at the NCAA swimming championship. Even the leftist Washington Post said Thomas was “more a spectacle than a champion.”

The Post added that he “stood awkwardly and alone on the winner’s platform…Few cheered when [his] name was announced; fewer booed. Everyone appeared to understand that college sports were changing before their eyes, but it seemed no one knew what to make of it — so they did nothing.”

After the medal ceremony, Thomas stood alone as the second, third, and fourth place swimmers posed together for a photo. This display and the reception he got for easily defeating these women and stealing their opportunities likely was the reason he obviously threw the 200-yard freestyle race to come in fifth and the 100-yard freestyle race to come in last.

CWA filed the lawsuit before the NCAA competition, but they and everyone knew the man calling himself Lia Thomas would easily win all the competitions, if he chose.

“The future of women’s sports is at risk and the equal rights of female athletes are being infringed,” CWA CEO and president Penny Nance said. “We filed a formal civil rights complaint against UPenn in response to this injustice. Any school that defies federal civil rights law by denying women equal opportunities in athletic programs, forcing women to compete against athletes who are biologically male must be held accountable.”

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