Watch: Female swimmer says Ivy League, NCAA told women to get counseling if they were uncomfortable seeing male genitalia in their locker rooms
· Feb 3, 2023 ·

Remember the Lia Thomas story last year?

Riley Gaines, a swimmer at the University of Kentucky, has some info you might not have heard:

You hear that girls? If you're going to be a college swimmer at an elite level and you don't want to see a naked man in your locker room YOU'RE the crazy one! And YOU should seek counseling.

The Ivy League, Lia Thomas's teammates actually, when they concerned about the locker room situation and they sent an email to the Ivy Keague and NCAA there response was "here are some counseling services you should seek if you feel uncomfortable seeing male genitalia in your locker room" and then they were referred to the LGBTQ education center to educate themselves on the oppression that these athletes are dealing with.

The absolute hatred of women and feminity here is completely astounding.

These are 18- and 19-year-old college girls we are talking about. And their schools are telling them that THEY have something wrong with them if they don't want to share a locker room with a 6-foot-tall hulking dude who walks around with his junk hanging out.

THEY have to be educated into the right view.

It's truly disgusting.

No one within the NCAA is willing to acknowledge us, our feelings, our safety, our privacy.

I've really tried, I feel like it's really only happened the last couple weeks when I get emotional talking about the locker room scene. Because it is just so wild that you can turn around and see a 6' 4" biological man pull his pants down watching you undress. And no one is willing to stick up for you.

We truly have an evil society that lets this happen to young women and girls.

Something is wrong in our country, and we need to fight back against this evil.

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