Teen Girl Blasts YMCA Trans Policy after Encountering Naked Man in Women’s Locker Room
YMCA is “committed to diversity, equity and inclusion,” therefore men are allowed in the girls' shower ...
NATIONAL REVIEW – A [girl] is speaking out against the YMCA’s transgender inclusion policy after she encountered a naked man while showering in the women’s locker room at a San Diego location.
Earlier this month, 17-year-old Rebecca Phillips was showering at the Santee facility after her swim workout when she noticed a naked man in the women’s locker room.
Phillips immediately went back into the shower terrified and hid behind the curtain until he was gone, she told the Santee city council last week. Phillips then ran into the bathroom stall to quickly change before confronting the people at the front desk about the situation.
Choking up as she gave her testimony to the council, Phillips said, “I could only think of my five-year-old sister who I bring to this gym during the summer to enjoy their water slides…The locker room was supposed to be her safe haven to gossip with her friends and shower and change.”
Phillips warned of potential child endangerment, noting “this is the YMCA, where hundreds of children spend their summer afternoons in child-care camps.”
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YMCA personnel confirmed to her that the facility’s transgender policy allows men to shower in the women’s locker room as long as they’re not registered sex offenders, Phillips claimed.
“I was made to feel as though I had done something wrong when I talked to people at the YMCA,” she told the council members. “The indecent exposure of a male to a female minor was an inconvenience to them.”
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