“For God is not a God of confusion but of peace.” – 1 Corinthians 14:33a
For three consecutive years, Will Thomas who is a biological male has competed for the Quakers, the men’s swimming team at the University of Pennsylvania. To begin his last eligible season to swim at the University of Pennsylvania, Thomas decided not to swim for the men’s team, but rather to identify as a female, and compete for the women’s swimming team at UPenn.
Thus far, Thomas has had a massive year of success while competing against biological women. Thomas this season has not only set new program records, but he has also set two top times in the NCAA this year for women’s swimming competitions.
It is no surprise that Thomas is dominating as he competes against biological women. Science clearly reveals that biological men hold massive physical advantages over biological women. Recently, however, Thomas met his match in a bizarre manner.
Days ago, Thomas was defeated in the 100-freestyle swim by Yale’s Iszac Henig, who is also transgender and is transitioning from female to male. As the ideology of the transgender movement continues to infiltrate women’s sports it is causing complete confusion and is utterly destroying female athletics.
One Penn parent spoke the truth and said, “I wasn’t prepared for that. Everything is messed up. I can’t wrap my head around this. The NCAA needs to do something about this. They need to put science into the decision and discussion.” Thankfully, legislation has been filed already this session to protect women’s sports here in Kentucky. House Bill 23, “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act” will require students to compete in sports that align with their biological sex.
LET US PRAY . . .
Father, give our legislature the courage to pass the “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act.” Lord, help our nation to understand and reject the all-encompassing confusion that the faulty transgender movement brings with it. May America, Lord, return to Your truth about human sexuality and gender. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Praying For Our Kentucky Leaders
Join us in praying for our elected leaders throughout
the 2022 Legislative Session:
Kentucky Legislators in District 3 and 4
Sen. Whitney Westerfield (District 3)
Rep. Randy Bridges (District 3)
Sen. Robby Mills (District 4)
Rep. Lynn Bechler (District 4)