Emotion-filled pleas have plagued the judicial system, flooding it with complaints from trans, bi, pan, and possibly genderless aliens when they beam down from their spaceship Delusion (trigger-warning: a longer, more “inclusive” list of imaginary genders would’ve filled this entire post). Tranny students obnoxiously demand full access to whatever bathroom or locker room they choose, while “cis-gendered” students are forced to stand by, cringing while they “tolerate” the imaginary world their mentally ill counterparts have created that day. Don’t you dare object, bigot.
One high school student, anonymously identified as Joel Doe, is speaking out, not shutting up:
A high school boy in Pennsylvania was humiliated and emotionally harmed by being forced to share a locker room and bathrooms with a transgender boy, according to a lawsuit filed by a top religious conservative group, which ripped an argument from the progressive playbook and turned it on its head.
“When he was standing in his underwear about to put his gym clothes on, he suddenly realized there was a member of the opposite sex changing with him in the locker room, who was at the time wearing nothing but shorts and a bra,” according to the complaint filed on Tuesday in US District Court.
“Plaintiff has experienced embarrassment and humiliation, both in terms of being viewed and viewing a student of the opposite sex in a state of undress and because of the stigmatization and criticism he received from other students and adults,” the complaint continues, noting that he “also fears the future embarrassment of meeting students of the opposite sex in the bathroom when simply relieving himself.”
Because Joel is already anonymous, I’m going to theorize what actually happened here. Joel is a teenage boy. The “transgender boy” is a teenage girl. With bewbs. Joel was nehked. The girl almost nehked. What happens when boys see almost nehked girls? Think about it for a second. Raise your hand when you’ve figured out what else was raised. Now imagine the reaction of the other teen boys in the same locker room to this teen who’s flag flew. A situation which never would have arisen had a GIRL with BEWBS not been allowed in a BOY’S locker room.
Thus Joel Doe states he was stigmatized and criticized by other students and adults. For though everyone feels uncomfortable around trannies, no one is allowed to admit it, lest they’re branded a hate bigot who kicks puppies (see Macy’s Employee Protects Young Girl from Tranny in Bathroom. Gets Fired…). Rather like mandating everyone being comfortable around grinning clowns wielding butcher knives.
Joel Doe cited more than his discomfort:
After seeing the transgender boy partially undressed, Doe complained to school officials “that there was a girl in their locker room,” the lawsuit says. But the school principal allegedly told him that “students who mentally identify themselves with the opposite sex could choose the locker room and bathroom to use, and physical sex did not matter.”
The boy reportedly felt so uncomfortable by the threat of sharing locker rooms with the transgender boy that he didn’t change clothes before PE, instead opting to wear street clothes — which has “resulted in disciplinary action and poor grades.”
I see. So Doe’s lack of comfort (in favor of the tranny’s comfort) directly affected his ability to participate in his schooling activities. This is where Title IX and Ammendment XIV come in. Youngsters of both sexes are required by law to freely participate in public schools while being accommodated according to their sex. Sex. Sex. Sex. Sex. Not gender. No where does the Constitution state the United States citizens shall cater to imaginary worlds of mentally ill people. Even if they are “beautiful and brave.”
Question: why does the comfort level of the few outweigh the comfort level of the many? Why must a boy shelve his comfort, safety, and dignity for that of one delusional pervy girl who claims to be a boy? While you’re answering those questions, here’s another: where’s all the “transgenders are being bullied” stories? Because it rather looks like heteronormative people are being bullied, shamed, and ruled by a delusional few, no?
Let’s talk about privilege.