Students Demonstrate Against Boy Posing as Girl Using Girls’ Locker Room

Finally some public resistance to the bullyingly pro-perversion liberal establishment:

Almost 200 high school students in Missouri walked out of their classes to protest one a transgender student in senior year being allowed in the girls’ bathroom.

Members of the Hillsboro High School in Hillsboro, Missouri, ditched two hours of lessons to object to Lila Perry, a 17-year-old senior, being granted access to female bathrooms.

Perry, who started identifying as transgender earlier this year, was using the female facilities to change for gym classes, which upset many other girls at the school.

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Who would have imagined that teenage girls still don’t like boys coming into the locker room to take showers with them and watch them dress? You would think we were living in the 19th century or something.

No doubt each one of these transphobes will be sentenced to sensitivity training.

Perry hasn’t undergone any horrific surgical procedures, but does wear a wig, makeup, and skirts to school. He proclaims:

“I’m not a pervert. I’m a transgender woman. I’m a girl.”

Sure, and I’m a Bengal tiger with wings.

Unhelpfully, media accounts support Perry’s tasteless charade by referring to him with female pronouns.

Parents are unsurprisingly on the side of their daughters. Some even believe that normal people have rights too, like the right to privacy from the prying eyes of weirdos. However,

The School Board … organized a meeting to deal with the situation, which attracted a large crowd of parents last Thursday, where school officials pointed out that denying fair access to a transgender student could bring reprisals from the federal government.

It isn’t only the media and local educrats the parents will have to stand up to. But no matter how forcefully political correctness is rammed down everyone’s throat, how could any parents subject their daughters to this?

Perry says he’s not a pervert.

On a tip from Don M. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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