(Video: Fox News)
The founder of Save Women’s Sports spoke out on the controversy surrounding “transwomen” competing in women’s competitions and suggested her viewpoint shouldn’t be taboo and, “It’s time for everyone to just start speaking the truth.”
Beth Stelzer is a mom and amateur powerlifter who has witnessed the harm caused on young female athletes who have had transgender ideology forced into their sex-based competitive spheres. She joined “Fox & Friends Weekend” to discuss the overwhelming outrage on this “simple issue” that has remained quashed out of fear from the highly influential pushing their agenda.
Particular focus was given to the recent NCAA women’s championship where Lia Thomas, born William Thomas, won the 500 yard freestyle race after previously dominating the Ivy League competition. In light of these events, Fox News host Will Cain asked Stelzer what made her decide she needed to be the one to standup.
“It is wide spreading and it is time for everyone to speak up,” she explained making clear this was not her fight alone. “Unfortunately, women like me who are raising the alarm have been blacklisted and cancelled by our cancel culture. I’m just grateful for Fox and other stations now finally bringing this to light and speaking the truth.”
“Because the truth is,” Stelzer went on, “that Lia Thomas has a male body, will always have a male body, and it is simply not fair for him to race with women.”
No, Lia, you are not a woman and btw crushing women's swimming records won't make you "more of a woman
Others may validate your delusions, but I will never compromise. I started @SaveWomensSport 3 years ago and we will continue to shine a light on this abuse and erasure of women.
— Beth Stelzer (@BethStelzer) March 6, 2022
A similar sentiment was shared by a mother who preferred to remain anonymous in a New York Post interview stating, “My daughter swam against Lia at Yale this year and it was just a miserable experience all around. She still believed she could beat Lia. Then competition came and Lia turned her whole speed on. Lia’s tall but it’s not only height. Look at the length of her arms. They are almost a foot longer than the girls.”
Stelzer continued on the disadvantage female athletes were facing in these circumstances and alluded to the oft expressed discomfort these young women have faced sharing a locker room with a male like Thomas undressing around them, “And women deserve the right to safety and protection and fairness in the pool and in the locker room.”
“This is a simple issue. I shouldn’t have to come to this with any science or a doctorate or a degree. I’m a mom. I’m a woman. I’m saying no that should be enough,” the amateur athlete added much like fellow activist Kellie-Jay Keen who summarily stated, “I’m not a vet, but I know what a dog is.”
“I’m not a vet but I know what a dog is.”
A clash of views as Lis Thomas races ahead at the NCAA 500 freestyle prelims. pic.twitter.com/X9J5yzmozd
— Madeleine Kearns (@madeleinekearns) March 17, 2022
This level of common sense is evident without investigation, Stelzer argued pointing to any schoolyard. What’s lacking are those willing to say it. That’s why, she contends, “It’s time for everyone to just start speaking the truth.”
“Lia is a male,” she proclaimed unequivocally, “and it’s time for us to step up and protect female sex-based spaces.”
When asked if others agree with her, Steltzer explained, “It’s overwhelmingly positive support. It just is a toxic environment and they feel scared. So it’s time to create a safe space for them to speak the truth.”
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