Isn’t interesting how champion swimmer Lia Thomas became a champion only when Lia Thomas switched teams – switched to the team of historical humans who menstruate , yet despite that biological reality of menstruating, diligently compete in a pool, in a bathing suit, while achieving athletic and academic excellence. Perhaps Lia Thomas, being on that kind of a team, needs to earn that kind of champion’s place. Let’s see…here are some of the biological realities that the members of Lia Thomas’s former team do not experience physically while achieving athletic or academic excellence. Perhaps, Lia Thomas would be held to the same standard of the menstruating teammates by being hooked up to some type of device that simulates the same kinds of effects that menstruating teammates of the champion team endure. Since Lia Thomas is around 23 years old, and the average menstruation begins roughly/generally around age 13, that’s 10 years of menstruation. Lia Thomas might consider having a decade’s worth of menstruation symptoms and realities incorporated into Lia Thomas’s overall championship to see just HOW much of a new-team swimming “champion” Lia Thomas really is. God Bless America. And so it is. Amen.