Caitlyn Jenner Urges Everyone To "Protect Women's Sports" Especially At A Time When "The World's Gone Mad"

Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner — now known as Caitlyn Jenner — is standing strong when it comes to defending women's sports.

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These days it feels like the popular thing to support men wrecking women's sports, especially as we watch trans swimmer Lia Thomas, formerly William Thomas, wreck women's records and win medals that are meant for females. But Caitlyn Jenner is standing strong and he refuses to give in to the notion that biological men are allowed to compete in women's sports.

Caitlyn Jenner Said We Need to "Protect Women's Sports"

Bruce Jenner took home the gold medal in the decathlon at the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics. He knows a thing or two about being an athlete and what the biological differences are between men and women. Although he calls himself a trans woman today, Caitlyn Jenner understands that he is a biological male, and he insists that this distinction is recognized across the board.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Jenner speaks about the gender theory that has seeped into women's sports. "The world's gone mad," he said. "It was never meant to be like this."

Jenner, 72, has been attacked by many people for being a TERF (trans-exclusionary radical feminist) because he refuses to concede that biological men belong in women's sports.

"I don't think biological boys should compete in women's sports — we have to protect women's sports," Jenner said. "That's the bottom line."

He goes on to say that he wishes Thomas "a wonderful, wonderful life," but that doesn't give him the right to disrupt women's sports. "She grew up as a biological boy and I don't think it's fair that she's competing in women's sports," Jenner said. "Her cardiovascular system is bigger, her heart is bigger, she's got longer arms and legs."

This is all common sense to anyone with a brain, but of course people are hurling insults at Jenner and accusing him of being transphobic and attacking trans athletes.

"I just had the balls to stand up for women and girls in sports," he tweeted at Pink News when they accused him of launching "another disgraceful attack on trans athletes." It's refreshing to hear a celebrity at Jenner's level who is unwavering in his support of women's sports.