Lia Thomas Teammate: Locker Room ‘Definitely Awkward’ Because Thomas’ Male Genitalia Exposed

Lia Thomas Teammate: Locker Room ‘Definitely Awkward’ Because Thomas’ Male Genitalia Exposed. By Hank Berien.

A teammate of Lia Thomas on the University of Pennsylvania women’s swim team told the The Daily Mail that the locker room she shares with Thomas is “definitely awkward because Lia still has male body parts and is still attracted to women.” …

Gross:

The anonymous teammate stated that although Thomas’ male genitalia are often covered by a towel, there have been a number of times Thomas’ nudity has been revealed, exposing the genitalia for the women on the team to glimpse and making them feel uncomfortable. Thomas has told teammates of having dated women …

The anonymous teammate purportedly charged that women on the team have articulated their concern with the coach, Mike Schnur, in order to get Thomas barred from the locker room, but to no avail. …

It’s really upsetting because Lia doesn’t seem to care how it makes anyone else feel. The 35 of us are just supposed to accept being uncomfortable in our own space and locker room for, like, the feelings of one.

The school was so focused on making sure Lia was okay, and doing everything they possibly could do for her, that they didn’t even think about the rest of us. …

And it’s frustrating because Lia doesn’t really seem to be bothered by all the attention, not at all. Actually she seems like she enjoys it. It’s affected all of us way more than it’s affected her.

Cannot complain without getting punished:

The teammate told The Daily Mail she had discussed with her teammates possibly launching a protest at a swim meet, but the consensus was they would be putting themselves at risk. She stated, “We’ve all tried to think of anything we could do, but I just don’t know what we could do that wouldn’t basically have us not be swimming.” …

Unfair:

The anonymous teammate told The Washington Examiner, “Lia was not even close to being competitive as a man in the 50 and the 100. But just because Lia is biologically a man, [Lia] is just naturally better than many females in the 50 and the 100 or anything that [Lia] wasn’t good at as a man.”

NCAA might change rules to exclude trans swimmer Lia Thomas. By Warner Huston.

Thomas, a biological male who has taken record wins in the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle races and has easily beaten all natural-born opponents after joining the university’s women’s swim team this season, has become the focus of criticism throughout the season. …

USA Swimming ruled this week that transgender athletes must have recorded low testosterone levels for 36 months [up from one year]. Thomas only started “transitioning” in May of 2019.

The situation is not sustainable or fair, is it virtue signalers and sexual revolutionaries? A backdown is required, and has apparently begun.