(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) After several members of a high school girls volleyball team collectively complained about a transgender pervert using their locker room, the school banished them to changing in bathroom stalls.
The girls, who attend Randolph Union High School in Vermont, issued their complaint after their transgender teammate made an inappropriate remark in the locker room, the Daily Mail reported.
Though the content of the remark has not been shared with the public, Vermont’s state law allows transgenders to change in whatever locker room they please.
“Its a huge thing . . . everyone’s asking ‘why aren’t you allowed in the locker room?’” asked Blake Allen, a normal girl who plays volleyball at Randolph Union.
After reporting the incident, the school determined that there is “plenty of space where students who feel uncomfortable with the laws may change in privacy.”
In this, case “plenty of space” means that 10 girls must change in a single bathroom stall.
“They want all the girls who feel uncomfortable to get changed in a single-stall bathroom, which would take over 30 minutes,” she said. “Where, if one person got changed separately, it would take a minute, like no extra time.”
Allen expressed no issue with the transgender playing on her team, only taking offense at the shared locker room and the inappropriate comments.
She also noted that locker rooms present additional difficulties because they are more public than bathrooms.
“There are biological boys that go into the girl’s bathroom, but never a locker room,” Allen said.
Superintendent Layne Millington, the manager of the larger district, has not commented on the incident.
The transgender issue is increasingly coming into contact with feminism, causing leftists to try to articulate a rather absurd position where they at once promote women’s sports, but have to allow biological men into the sports.
The most high-profile instance has been the emergence of collegiate swimmer and biological male Lia Thomas, who has dominated women’s swimming at the University of Pennsylvania.
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