Student Slams School Board For Allowing Violent Trans Student In Bathroom

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We are in the midst of a heated debate when it comes to transgender rights and protections in our schools.

Recently, at Martin Luther King High School in Riverside, California, a transgender student was accused of assaulting female students in the girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms.

This has stirred up the conversation surrounding transgender rights in the school system and has many parents and students voicing their concerns.

Megan Simpkins, a senior at MLK High School, recently addressed the Riverside Unified School District Board with her concerns. “I am an 18-year-old high school student and wanted to take this time to bring to your attention the current issue with biological men claiming they are women and in turn, truly believing that they are entitled to use women’s spaces,” she said.

Simpkins continued, “It was infuriating when I had seen the video on social media, but what was detrimental to this is the fact that this man is, and has been using, the women’s restroom and locker room.”

She then asked the board a difficult question: “Why are we affirming the mental confusion of this boy and putting the safety of women in jeopardy by allowing mentally confused men to use the women’s spaces?”

The board received some further insight from another parent. “If anything happens to my daughter and the people in the uniforms come after me because I take care of a guy, now I’m in jail because of the bad things you guys allow to happen.

That’s not cool at all. So now what happens to my daughter? It’s unacceptable. Put yourself in the same situation. Would you guys want your daughter to be beaten down by a guy? Then what would you guys do?”

It’s time for our school board to take a hard stance on this issue and ensure that our students are protected. We can’t allow any student, regardless of gender, to be put in a position of vulnerability.

We need to ensure that our children are safe and protected in school, and that includes protecting them from any potential physical or mental harm. We need to make sure that our schools are not promoting a particular gender identity and instead should be focused on providing a safe learning environment for all students.




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