Girls at Vermont school banned from changeroom for objecting to presence of ‘transgender’ male student

By Jonathon Van Maren

A week ago, I wrote a column for LifeSiteNews on how girls and women are the ignored victims of the transgender movement’s push to permit biological males who identify as women into female-only spaces.

Most girls do not want to change in front of biological males. Any sane person can understand why. This is not hard to understand. Girls have reported boys identifying as girls gawping at them, getting aroused in the changeroom, and being made to feel uncomfortable. In response, the adults in charge have told them to shut their mouths and change anyway.

There have been dozens of such stories in the last couple of years, but the recent decision of officials at a Vermont high school may be the worst of them.

According to members of the Randolph Union High School girls’ volleyball team, a “transgender” student in their locker room made “an inappropriate comment” while they were changing. In response, some of the girls objected to the biological male changing with them.

The result?

School officials have banned the girls from their own changeroom and have emailed parents to tell them that an investigation is underway to determine whether the “transgender” student has been harassed.


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