Despite being told by administrators at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) to avoid talking to the media about it, a second Penn female swimmer has come forward to speak out against her teammate Lia Thomas, who is a biological man pretending to be a woman.

This second whistleblower of sorts was granted anonymity for her own protection after receiving threats from LGBTQ activists and even officials at Penn who support the destruction of women’s sports at the hands of the trans cult.

The female swimmer said to an OutKick source that her entire team is “angry” about the lack of fairness in their sport thanks to Thomas coming in (or coming out?) and destroying the record books with all that male testosterone.

Many of this swimmer’s teammates have been brought to tears by Thomas stealing victory after victory thanks to his male musculature. None of the actual women stand a chance at beating him, which means that many of them could lose life opportunities that come with winning.

This second female swimmer who came forward participated the University of Akron Zippy Invitational, where she watched Thomas beat teammate Anna Kalandadze by a whopping 38 seconds in the 1650 freestyle.

OutKick‘s source described Penn swimmers on the Akron pool deck as “upset and crying” because they knew before it even happened that Thomas was going to demolish them.

“They feel so discouraged because no matter how much work they put in it, they’re going to lose,” the source said. “Usually, they can get behind the blocks and know they out-trained all their competitors and they’re going to win and give it all they’ve got.”


“Now they’re having to go behind the blocks knowing no matter what, they do not have the chance to win. I think that it’s really getting to everyone.”

No, America doesn’t approve of transgenders stealing records from the opposite of their biological sex

Thomas has participated in five meets, as well as the Akron Invitational. He not only destroyed all of his female opponents but also rewrote the freestyle records, which is hardly a shock since he achieved second-team All-Ivy League in 2018-19 as a male.

During his competitions as a “female,” Thomas was not received well by onlookers who would normally cheer and clap. In this case, they all just remained silent.

“Usually everyone claps, everyone is yelling and cheering when someone wins a race,” the source told OutKick. “Lia touched the wall and it was just silent in there.”

“When [Penn swimmer] Anna [Kalandadze] finished second, the crowd erupted in applause.”

Thomas recently set a new 500 freestyle Ivy League record. He also touched the wall in the 200 freestyle at the fastest ever, at least compared to actual women. Fans were clearly disgusted.

“This was so easy, I was cruising,” Thomas reportedly said, boasting about his “victories.”

The OutKick source said that Thomas was actually unhappy with his time after the 500 race, but made sure to mention while in front of his female teammates that “at least I’m still No. 1 in the country.”

“Well, obviously she’s No. 1 in the country because she’s at a clear physical advantage after having gone through male puberty and getting to train with testosterone for years,” OutKick‘s source added.

“Of course you’re No. 1 in the country when you’re beating a bunch of females. That’s not something to brag about.”

A source from Thomas’ team said that Penn is refusing to stop Thomas from continuing to steal victories from his female teammates and that the matter is non-negotiable.


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