Female swimmers at the University of Pennsylvania say school officials told them their lives would be completely ruined if they spoke out against Thomas joining their swim team
· Jun 1, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Apparently the women of the University of Pennsylvania's female swimming team had to be psychologically broken by the university in order to keep them from protesting against having a man on their team:

Lia Thomas' teammates say UPenn protected the transgender swimmer so enthusiastically because she [sic] helped them win points over other schools - then warned them they'd be canceled if they spoke out.

In a new documentary about gender ideology that will air tomorrow night, the anonymous teammates said they were told never to question Lia's place and warned that doing would seal their fate.

'Penn actually brought in people high up in the athletic department to talk to us, like brought in someone from the LGBTQ center, they brought in someone from psychological services.

They actually brought in a shrink to terrify them into compliance!

And boy did they really lay it on thick:

The message was 'Lia's swimming is a non-negotiable.'

'They've made it pretty clear, if you speak up about it, your life will be over in some way, you'll be blasted all over the internet as a "transphobe," … you'll never be able to get a job,' one of the girls said.

'Lia's swimming is a non-negotiable,' one swimmer says she was told by an unnamed college executive.

This is not implausible. In fact it's completely believable.

College administrators are rabidly devoted to gender ideology. They form a great many of their personal and professional decisions based on this bizarre worldview. It is completely within the realm of possibility—of probability—that they would threaten the future of a bunch of young women on that basis.

The wokest members of society are also now in many ways the most comprehensively anti-woman. What a time to be alive.

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