Vermont Girls’ HS Volleyball Team BARRED From Their OWN Locker Room After Opposing Transgender Student

The Transgender Student [With a Penis] Who Uses It and Who ‘Made Inappropriate Remarks’ To Them.


Look what the Democrats and their feminist running dogs are doing to our girls……

Members of a Vermont girls high school volleyball team have been banned from using their own locker room and now have to change in a single bathroom stall after they complained about a transgender teammate.

‘I feel like for stating my opinion — that I don’t want a biological man changing with me — that I should not have harassment charges or bullying charges. They should all be dropped,’ Allen said.

Daily Mail: Members of a Vermont girls high school volleyball team have been banned from using their own locker room and now have to change in a single bathroom stall after they complained about a transgender teammate. Some teammates allege that the transgender player at Randolph Union High School made an ‘inappropriate remark’ to some of them while they were changing in the locker room. (Daily Mail). New York Post: Some team members want the transgender player relocated, but Vermont’s state law means that students can play sports and use the locker which corresponds to the gender with which they identify (New York Post). Brandon Tatum: It’s okay to be inclusive with people. But you can’t be so inclusive that you thwart other people’s rights. Young women who are playing volleyball, they have the right to be safe and feel secure in a women’s locker room (Daybreak Daily).  Mollie Hemmingway: Randolph High School in Vermont allegedly investigating brave girls on volleyball team for being upset at being asked to change in front of male (Twitter).

Vermont girls’ high school volleyball team is barred from their OWN locker room after complaining about transgender student who uses it and who ‘made inappropriate remark’ to them

Daily Mail: Members of a Vermont girls high school volleyball team have been banned from using their own locker room and now have to change in a single bathroom stall after they complained about a transgender teammate.

Some teammates allege that the transgender player at Randolph Union High School made an ‘inappropriate remark’ to some of them while they were changing in the locker room.

They now want the school to relocate the transgender player, who hasn’t been named. No details of the alleged inappropriate remark have been shared.

Vermont girls’ high school volleyball team is barred from their OWN locker room after complaining about transgender student who uses it and who ‘made inappropriate remark’ to them

But Vermont’s state law means that students can play sports and use the locker which correspond to the gender with which they identify.

Blake Allen, a player on the team, told WCAX how uncomfortable it makes her feel, saying ‘its a huge thing . . . everyone’s asking ‘why aren’t you allowed in the locker room?’

‘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 said the issue isn’t with the transgender athlete playing on the team, but being in a locker room where the female students are at their most vulnerable.

‘There are biological boys that go into the girl’s bathroom, but never a locker room,’ Allen said. ‘There are biological boys that go into the girl’s bathroom, but never a locker room,’ Allen said.

Vermont laws stipulate that transgender students – such as those at Randolph High, pictured, can use whichever facilities align with their gender identity

She added: ‘My mom wants me to do this interview to try to make a change.’

‘I feel like for stating my opinion — that I don’t want a biological man changing with me — that I should not have harassment charges or bullying charges. They should all be dropped,’ Allen said.

School officials sent out another email informing parents they are looking into allegations that the volleyball girls harassed the transgender student.

Lisa Floyd, Randolph High School co-president, said that when policies are violated, disciplinary action consistent with the school’s rules will be applied, adding that students’ safety is the ‘district’s top priority.’

According to the policies of the Vermont Agency of Education, ‘the use of restrooms and locker rooms by transgender students require school to consider numerous facts,’ the agency said.

The agency states in their policy that ‘a transgender student should not be required to use a locker room or restroom that conflicts with the student’s gender identity.’

The school’s investigation is ongoing.

Transgender athletes and school students have become a hot button issue in recent years – particularly when they’ve transitioned from male-to-female.

Trans swimmer Lia Thomas sparked an outcry over unfairness after she smashed multiple college swimming records, prompting a crackdown on transgender women competing in swimming.

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