Canadian students protest transgender teacher with overly exposed prosthetics during class


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Pais e filhos levantaram cartazes que diziam “Inclusão não é desculpa para a perversidade” e “Um professor que degrada a imagem das mulheres”.

Parents and children held up posters that said “Inclusion is no excuse for perversity” and “A teacher who degrades the image of women.” | Photo: Reproduction / Twitter

Hundreds of students at Trafalgar High School in the city of Oakville, in the Toronto area, in Canada, supported by parents, spoke out against the exposure of a trans teacher’s breast implants during classes last Friday (17).

During the protests, parents and children held up posters that said “Inclusion is no excuse for perversion” and “Why choose a teacher who degrades the image of women?”, as shown in videos broadcast by Canadian media True North.

Last week, students posted on social media social images of the Technology teacher with tight clothes showing the large breast implants and the contours of the breasts in evidence, including the design of the nipples.

The professional was previously called of “teacher”, used a male name and would have had a sex transition surgery during the last vacation.

The institution’s president, Margo Shuttleworth, told the Toronto Sun newspaper that “the professional was completely accepted in the school environment” and that the protests are actions of “transphobia”.

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