High School does nothing after male student exposes genitalia in girls' shower because... you know
I remember when I could change in my high school locker room with zero fear of seeing a naked male. All the way back in 2018. The good ol' days.
A Wisconsin high school is under fire after an 18-year-old biological male allegedly entered the girl's locker room and showered with four freshman girls. Completely naked.
The Wisconsin Institute For Law And Liberty wrote of the incident in a letter to the Sun Prairie Board of Education:
"On Friday, March 3, 2023, four freshman girls at EHS participated in a swim unit as part of their first-hour physical-education class. After the class, the girls entered the girls' athletic locker room to shower and change for class. Upon entering, they noticed a senior male student in the area containing lockers and benches. [...] According to the girls, the student was not in the first-hour PE class they were participating in [...] As they began to shower, the male student approached them, entered the shower area, announced, 'I'm trans, by the way,' and then undressed fully and showered completely naked right next to one of the girls."
\u201c\ud83d\udea8BREAKING: 18 year old biological male, who identified as \u201ctrans,\u201d entered the @sunprairiek12 high school locker room and SHOWERED NAKED next to FOUR FRESHMAN GIRLS.\n\nThe biological male EXPOSED HIS MALE GENITALIA to the shocked and horrified 14 year old girls. \n\nThe district:\u2026\u201d— Scarlett Johnson (@Scarlett Johnson) 1682092520
The male student was initially facing the wall, but eventually turned to face the girls and expose his genitalia. The girls closed their eyes and tried to shower as quickly as possible. The girls reportedly weren't sure what to do at first, and didn't immediately report the incident. But another student whom the girls had confided in reported the incident to student services. However, the Title IX coordinator was not contacted about the alleged sexual assault. Instead, the Associate Principal asked for the names of the girls.
"There is no indication anyone at EHS took any action at that time."
The school also failed to contact the girls' parents, did not file the federally-required Title IX complaint, provided zero support to the victimized girls, and did not act as "mandatory reporters" under Wisconsin law.
Three words: HOME. SCHOOL. NOW.
Lily is a Zoomer college dropout who somehow landed a writing gig here at LwC.com. In her spare time, she enjoys going for runs, touching grass, and occasionally tweeting tweets for fellow tweeters.
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