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No dress code for teachers: Ontario high school protects biological males massive prosthetic breasts

There’s no dress code for teachers and staff at Oakville Trafalgar High School.

Earlier this week BC Rise reported on a transgender teacher that teaches shop class at Oakville Trafalgar High School who gose by the name Kayla Lemieux that wears giant oversized prosthetic breast to class.

We reached out to the school for comment and to answer a few questions such as confiriming the identity of the teacher and the schools dress code, but they did not respond to our media inquiry.

The board posted a news statement on Tuesday claiming disinformation was appearing in the story in the media. 

According to the declaration, a separate teacher was incorrectly incorrectly on social media.

The school claims that health and safety for its staff and students are the top priorities

HDSB Chair Margo Shuttleworth claimed that the school was “creating a safety plan” for the Oakville Trafalgar High School teacher (OTHS). 

“This teacher (who teaches shop) is an extremely effective teacher,” said Shuttleworth. “All the kids really love being in the class.”

Kayla Lemieux, the transgender shop teacher employed at a high school outside of Toronto, Ontario was first spotted with these massive prosthetic fake breasts in shop class with them dangerously close to a saw blade.

Some have said the teacher is violating the school’s dress code.

“Dress codes must prevent students from wearing clothing that exposes or makes visible genitals and nipples,” the OTHS dress code reads. 

However this dress code is only for students as its outline in the school’s documents. There is no school dress code for teacher’s at the high school and was confirmed by a reporter with Rebel News with an interview at the school.

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Jordan is a casual reporter for BC Rise


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