Photos and videos from a Canadian high school show a male teacher wearing large prosthetic breasts in front of students.
This week, multiple accounts shared cringeworthy video and stills of the shop teacher demonstrating the use of a circular saw while wearing the comically large prosthetic breasts.
The teacher is seen wearing an extremely prominent prosthetic bust, one which clearly outlines the nipples through his tight shirt. He is also donning a bright blonde wig and short-shorts. Multiple photos and videos have surfaced of the same individual instructing young students, and in all of them he is wearing the oversized bust.
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The media has been confirmed as originating from Oakville Trafalgar High School in Oakville, Ontario.
The man seen in the photos and videos is a Manufacturing Technology instructor who allegedly began identifying as a woman last year. The teacher now goes by the name Kayla Lemieux.
“The kids here most definitely don’t think its normal… but realistically we can’t say anything,” one student said on Twitter, “Last year, the teacher was a man. I don’t think the school can fire him.”
Lemieux is listed within the faculty directory on the OTHS website. His official school e-mail address is also connected to a Google account which has a photo visually verifying his identity.
Oakville Trafalgar High School is overseen by the Halton District School Board (HDSB), which has recently begun promoting gender identity ideology in schools in recent years.
In October 2021, HDSB released guidelines regarding Gender Identity and Gender Expression in Schools.
“The Halton District School Board (HDSB) recognizes the rights of students, staff, parents/guardians, and community members to equitable treatment without discrimination based upon gender identity and gender expression,” reads the policy.
“The HDSB is committed to establishing and maintaining a safe, caring, inclusive, equitable and welcoming learning and working environment for all members of the school community including… staff… who identify as, or are perceived as … trans … and those who are questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity(ies).”