Trans-Rights Activists Attack University Speaker in San Francisco

The NY Post
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Article Source: The NY Post

U of Penn swimmer Lia Thomas and Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines react after tying for 5th in the 200 Freestyle finals at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, March 18, 2022 - Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
  • Swimmer Riley Gaines, a former competitor of controversial trans swimmer Lia Thomas, was “ambushed and physically hit” by a mob of trans-rights protesters during her speech about protecting women’s sports at San Francisco State University.
  • Security and university staff blocked the angry mob from following Gaines as she was taken to a safe room, where she was barricaded for three hours.
  • Gaines and her husband reported that she was physically assaulted multiple times during the mayhem.
  • Gaines had intended to share her personal story of competing against Lia Thomas, a biological male athlete, at the Women’s NCAA Swimming Championships last year, but was unable to do so due to the disruption.
  • The university’s police department confirmed that there were no arrests made and an ongoing investigation is being conducted into the situation. Read More

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