Despite undergoing testosterone suppressing therapy.

Posted BY: Paul Joseph Watson

Top doctors told the New York Times that transgender swimmer Lia Thomas still has an unfair advantage over biological females despite the athlete having undergone testosterone suppressing therapy.

The transgender swimmer, who was born a man, stoked controversy after winning the 500-yard NCAA women’s championship in March.

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis responded by asserting that the real winner was the biological female competitor who came in second place.

After entering female competitions, Thomas has soared in national rankings, jumping from 32nd place in men’s meets to eighth in the 1,650-yard female freestyle.

Female athletes who have questioned whether Thomas has an unfair advantage have been branded “transphobic.”

Despite trans activists claiming that Thomas undergoing testosterone suppressing therapy levels the playing field, top doctors disagree.

“Physiology and biology underpin” social aspects that exist in sport, the Mayo Clinic’s Michael J. Joyner told the New York Times.

International physiologist Dr. Ross Tucker agreed, asserting, “Lia Thomas is the manifestation of the scientific evidence. The reduction in testosterone did not remove her biological advantage.”

As we previously highlighted, another person who is clearly biologically a man was allowed to easily win a prominent women’s surfing competition in Australia.