(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – Decades of leftist propaganda against male valor and dignity are now bearing “ample” transgenderism fruit in the United States, as, in a despicable act, a biological male swimmer set a new women’s record after switching from a school’s men’s team to the female team.
Over the weekend, a transgender swimmer at Ramapo College of New Jersey made headlines by breaking a women’s school record, after previously competing on the men’s team for three years.
The biological male competing under the name Meghan Cortez-Fields achieved first place in the 100-yard butterfly at the Cougar Splash Invitational in Dallas, Pennsylvania, setting a new record with a time of 57.22.
In addition, Cortez-Fields secured a first-place finish in the 200-yard individual medley and a second-place finish in the 200-yard butterfly.
The Ramapo swim team initially celebrated Cortez-Fields’ record-breaking performance on Instagram.
However, the post was later removed after former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines highlighted the meet results.
Gaines, who previously lost to a biological male and is now an ambassador for the Independent Women’s Forum, expressed her concerns.
“Those who choose to remain blind to the injustice of allowing mediocre male athletes to become record-breaking female athletes are either incompetent or misogynists. There is no in between anymore. Women are being asked to smile and step aside and allow these men onto our teams all the while stripping us of opportunities, privacy and safety,” she told Fox News.
“The incident at Ramapo College shouldn’t be a shock to anyone considering we’ve seen virtually the same story time and time again with no people in leadership positions willing to take a stand for women,” Gaines added.
In response to these developments, a Ramapo spokesperson told Fox News that the college fully supports all of its student athletes.
“The original post of Meghan’s achievement was deleted by a peer who wanted to protect their teammate from insulting comments on the post. The College continues to post team and individual student-athlete achievements for all programs on our Athletics website,” the spokesperson explained.
Before transitioning to the women’s team this season as a senior, Cortez-Fields was a member of Ramapo’s men’s swim team for three years.
Last year, in an interview with The Ramapo News, Cortez-Fields expressed her admiration for Lia Thomas, a transgender swimmer from the University of Pennsylvania who won an NCAA Championship in 2022.