Biological male teacher wears giant fake breasts while teaching students at school.
A biological male teacher that goes by the name Kayla Lemieux has been photographed and filmed teaching shop class at Oakville Trafalgar High School wearing what appears to be huge prosthetic breasts under very tight shirts with fake nipples jetting out, tight biking shorts and possibly a blonde wig.
Kayla Lemieux is captured in a video demonstrating to students wood-cutting with the giant prosthetic breasts dangling dangerously close to the saw blade. Pictures show the teacher in the halls and outside on the school grounds wearing a purple shirt and mask to match.
The video and images drew large skepticism considering the absurdly large fake breasts Lemieux is wearing, however many student of taken to social media to vouch for the authenticity of the situation.
According to the HDSB’s Gender Expression Policy, which was created in October 2021, staff members and students have a right to equitable treatment based on gender expression and identity.
“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 students, staff, parents/guardians and community members who identify as, or are perceived as Two-Spirit, Queer, trans*1, Non-Binary, Intersex, and those who are questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity(ies)”
According to reports, the teacher, Stephen Hanna, identified as male last year. On Linkedin, he is listed as a Manufacturing Technological teacher.
It has been confirmed Kayla Lemieux is still employed with Oakville Trafalgar High School, however they refused any further comments to Reduxx.
Looking for the schools dress code, BC Rise could only find the Oakville Trafalgar High School student dress code which says “Students have a right to wear clothing of their choice that expresses their self-identified gender.”
There is no mention of what the dress code for transgender staff of students must follow.
Lemieux’s “coming out” as a woman statement is obscene and doesn’t contribute anything to classroom learning. Most of the Twitter comments don’t care if Lemieux wants to identify as transgendered but the choice of what to wear was outside the bounds of acceptable behavior to many.
“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.”
Using common sense one would think wearing oversized fake breasts to a school would be inappropriate but also not safe for teaching a shop class, no different than wearing loose sleeved shirts and dangling strings from a hoodie that could get caught up in the machine and hurt the wearer.
BC Rise has reached out to the school for further comments about the appropriateness and to get clarification on the schools dress code, this article will be updated if the school responds to our request.