Remember back when dudes weren't allowed in the girls locker room because we thought it was for girls?
However, according to people who are better than us, girls lockers rooms are actually more for the guys.
Members of a Vermont high school girls volleyball team have been barred from using their locker room allegedly because they objected to having to change in front of a transgender teammate.
Imagine being the parent of a teenage daughter and discovering that she objects to getting naked in front of a boy.
Randolph High School volleyball team member Blake Allen said the controversy started after the trans teammate "made an inappropriate comment" to the girls when they were getting changed.
If you are following the logic here closely, the fact that a dude made an inappropriate comment to girls while they were taking their clothes off can only mean one thing.
The girls are being investigated for harassment.
As local news outlet WCAX reported:
In the email to parents, school officials say they are conducting an investigation into allegations the girls harassed the transgender student.
I would not be at all surprised if those girls went so far as to say something hateful, like, "Hey, you're a dude!"
Randolph Co-Principal Lisa Floyd said in an email that student safety was the district's top priority and that when policies are violated, disciplinary action consistent with the law will be taken.
And nothing says safety quite like having teenage girls getting undressed in tight quarters in front of a guy.
But hey, there's an easy solution to this.
Kick the girls out of the girls locker room and make them get changed somewhere else.
In an email to families, school officials wrote that the school has "plenty of space where students who feel uncomfortable with the laws may change in privacy."
And by plenty of space, they mean a single bathroom stall.
Not for the dude, for the 10 girls.
"They want all the girls who feel uncomfortable -- so pretty much 10 girls -- to get changed in a single stall bathroom, which would take over 30 minutes. Where if one person got changed separately, it would take a minute, like no extra time," Allen said.
In order to follow Vermont law in which people can use the facility they "identify with" we must toss the girls out of the girls locker room.
Because identifying as the gender you are is just so weird.
To sum up, girls who are girls can't change in the girls locker room but girls who are not, can.
Which reminds me, next time I fly to Vermont, I'm identifying as a member of the Admirals Club.
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