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Dude Breaks Female Swimming Record at New Jersey College

A male swimmer who thinks he is a female swimmer at Ramapo College broke a women’s school record over the weekend after competing for the men’s team for three years.

Meghan Cortez-Fields, who is a man, won first place and broke a school record in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 57.22 at the Cougar Splash Invitational. He also came in first place in the 200-yard individual medley and earned second place in the 200-yard butterfly.

The college celebrated the victory in a social media post that has since been deleted.

“The original post of Meghan’s achievement was deleted by a peer who wanted to protect their teammate from insulting comments on the post,” a college spokesperson told Fox News. “The College continues to post team and individual student-athlete achievements for all programs on our Athletics website.”

Cortez told the local newspaper that he admired the work of Lia Thomas, another man who whipped women in the swimming pool.

Thomas “is an inspiration to me in that way, but also I felt so bad for her because I know exactly what she was going through,” Cortez said. “Even going into this season, I had a fear of succeeding, because I don’t want what happened to her to happen to me.”

Riley Gaines, the former NCAA champion swimmer who is now an advocate for female athletes, condemned the school.

“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,” Gaines told Fox News. “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.”

It won’t be long until girls are permanently banished from female athletics — all in the name of equality.

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