There’s a change in the air.
Last week, transgender swimmer Lia Thomas’ ‘wins’ and ‘records’ at the Ivy League Women’s Championships were met with anger and frustration. One feels for Thomas – a biological male – who had simply followed the absurd rules as set, but after dominating female competitors and catapulting from #462 in men’s swimming to #1 in the female ranks, the gross injustice was impossible to ignore.
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