At first glance, a reader would be forgiven for thinking it’s a hoax: A photo of a teacher in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, who appears to be wearing large water balloons with massive nipples under his sheer shirt, has gone viral on social media. At last count, the video of him sawing a wooden board in a classroom has been seen over 750,000 times.
The Oakville Trafalgar High School teacher wears large prosthetic breasts with nipples so massive they appear to be a hazard in shop class, where he demonstrates the use of a chop saw perilously close to the fake nipples.
It’s not fake. That is, the man is actually a teacher in a Canadian high school wearing fetish garments to school.
The local school district for Oakville Trafalgar High School says male teacher Kayla Lemieux’s gender expression must be respected and cannot be criticized. Lemieux has been identifying as a woman for one year.
In fact, the school district has issued a written defense of Lemieux’s gender expression. Gender “identity” is protected in Canada.
That type of gender expression protection is the intent of a bill in Alaska during the last legislative session. Prime sponsor Rep. Andy Josephson pushed House Bill 17, which would add gender identity and “expression” to the list of protected classes covered by the Alaska Human Rights Commission. Legislators who signed on as cosponsors include Reps. Grier Hopkins, Sara Hannan, Geran Tarr, Harriet Drummond, Calvin Schrage, Ivy Spohnholz, Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins, Andi Story, Liz Snyder and Zack Fields.
To be clear, the gender identity expression become teachers forcing their fetishes on children under the cover of “inclusion.” In this sexual identity era, science is ignored for political correctness and transgender men make mockery of women and their bodies — wholly acceptable to the “woke” government officials who run our cities and schools.
The Halton District School Board in Oakville says its official policy is to recognize “the rights of students, staff, parents/guardians and community members to equitable treatment without discrimination based upon gender identity and gender expression. Gender identity and gender expression are protected grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Male teachers wearing prosthetic breasts to school is the kind of expression HB 17 would have protected had it not died in committee in March of this year. Several of its cosponsors are up for reelection this year, including Josephson, Hopkins, Hannan, Drummond, Schrage, Story, and Fields.