If we expect girls to speak out and protest the “transgender” nonsense of boys entering their bathrooms and locker rooms and defeating them on sports teams, we must support them.
Megan Simpkins, an 18-year-old high school senior in California, made her feelings known at a school board meeting. A boy with perverse fantasies of being a girl used the girls’ restroom and locker room.
You probably watched or at least heard about the viral video that showed the boy beating up a girl after she and others complained about him being in the girls’ restroom. The boy has been expelled, but that’s beside the point. These schools must start protecting the girls.
From Fox News:
Parents reportedly told Fox 11 the transgender student has a history of “erratic and uncomfortable behavior” and had access to the girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms. Riverside Police also claimed this is not the first time this transgender student has been involved in an altercation. Many voiced their outrage that such a sequence of events was allowed to happen in the first place at a recent school board meeting.
Simpkins did what I’m sure many girls are afraid to do: stand up for herself and other female students and athletes. And she went off on the school board.
Simpkins said she was infuriated after she saw the video, but what she found truly detrimental “was the fact that this man is and has been using the women’s restroom and locker room.” She wants to know why we’re “affirming the confusion of this boy and putting the safety of women in jeopardy by allowing mentally confused men to use the women’s spaces?”
I’ll take it a step further. I believe that most boys and men who do this are not mentally confused. They’re playing out a perverse fantasy or setting up a confrontation with the goal to offend decent people.
Government schools have no regard for the safety, privacy, comfort, and sense of modesty of these girls.
“Please do something about it, thank you,” Simpkins concluded.
The school district said it was working to ensure the safety and rights of all students.
Great, but what about the next time? The only solution is to keep boys out of girls’ restrooms and locker rooms.
Reading about what Simpkins said doesn’t do her statements justice. You have to listen to her. Watch the brief clip below.
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God Bless this courageous young woman. The time is NOW to push back against this evil. Speaking of NOW, where are they and the ACLU? Their silence is appalling! So many ignoring basic biology. So many trying to erase women. So many seeking to destroy all the achievements that women have made over the past 100+ years. God has been left behind, but always in control. He will bring a greater good out of the most vile of evil, but we must help and not be silent.