The debate over transgender sports continues to rage, and Trish Regan is weighing in on her podcast.
“So now we have got to leave it to the Europeans to actually have some sense,” Trish Regan said on her podcast. “Think about that, that international organization that represents swimmers, based out of Lausanne, Switzerland, came forward with some common sense. They’ve got some new rules governing who can compete in swimming and who can’t based on the actual biological sex of the person, and well, you can just imagine what’s happening.”
The association’s decision comes as a series of transgender athletes, men who transitioned to women’s sports, have dominated competitions after being only mediocre in men’s sports.
Notably, Lia Thomas won the NCAA women’s 500 freestyle this year after being ranked 554th with the men.
“Lots of activists are getting really upset somehow that this is discriminatory, this is unfair,” Trish Regan said. “With Lia Thomas winning 7 seconds ahead of any other female swimmer…that was unfair.”
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