Caitlyn Jenner hasn’t finished criticizing tennis legend Martina Navratilova.
The nine-time Wimbledon champion called out Jenner on Twitter following the latter’s interview with Lance Armstrong, where they discussed how trans women, or biological men, should not participate in women’s sports.
«A native man who cheated in sports is going to talk to a native man to talk about other native men competing in native women’s sports. Got it. I’m sure Lance will fix it,» Navratilova tweeted about the interview.
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While Jenner responded in depth on Twitter, her exclusive interview with OutKick’s Charly Arnolt sparked more conversation about Navratilova’s comments, which Jenner believes make the tennis champion a «hypocrite.»
«I thought it was very unfortunate because, to be honest with you, she is against trans women competing in women’s sports. I thought it was hypocritical of her to come out and criticize me and say that I have no credibility on this issue,» Jenner. explained.
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«When this thing came out with Martina Navratilova, I said, ‘I’m not going to let him get away with this.’ He’s so hypocritical in what he’s doing that he needs to be introduced.»
Jenner’s responses to Navratilova pointed to her liberal mindset, which included the support of President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, who are actively trying to get trans women under Title IX.
«I believe her, but she’s a big liberal,» Jenner said of Navratilova. «…She is very hypocritical in the sense that, yes, she is not in favor of biological men participating in women’s sports. But on the other hand, she is supporting all the candidates who are trying to destroy women’s sports She’s endorsing Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Joe Biden is trying to destroy women’s sports right now by trying to add biological men, trans women, to Title IX. I mean, it’s very wrong. It’s very wrong. And she did it. is supporting.
«So how can you be on the left and support the protection of women’s sports?»
Jenner reiterated that she has been «very consistent» on the theme that trans women should not be allowed to compete in women’s sports, adding her own experiences as an Olympian among the reasons she feels credible speaking up on the matter.
«I’ve had this experience, obviously. I won the title as the best athlete in the world,» she said. «And also, I had gender dysphoria my whole life, raised a wonderful family, and reached a point in my life where I couldn’t go on anymore. Society had changed a bit, and I thought I had to live my life.» live authentically A very difficult decision but the right decision.
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«Then all of a sudden all these trans athletes in sports, obviously brought to the forefront by Lia Thomas in swimming, and you could see that it wasn’t fair or right. I’ve always been trying to protect women’s sports.» I started a women’s race car team and did all kinds of things. So he had been very consistent.»