Mad respect to this 14-year-old girl who's taking her school to task for letting a "teenage male" have unrestricted access to the girl's locker room
· Nov 17, 2022 ·

In recent years we've seen a number of instances of young women speaking out against the injustices of the transgender zeitgeist, in particular the practice of allowing males to access women's intimate spaces such as bathrooms and locker rooms.

But speaking out against the transgender machine is risky, so many of these accounts have been anonymous.

This is why this sort of thing from high school sophomore Blake Allen is notable and very praiseworthy:

As a girl, I was taught to respect the privacy of my body, and to speak up if I felt unsafe or if something made me feel uncomfortable. Now I'm 14 and shocked to learn not all adults take you seriously when you say you don't feel safe or comfortable. In fact, they may even punish you for speaking out. That's what happened to me when I said I didn't think a teenage male should be allowed in the girls' locker room where my teammates and I undress and change. I'm a private person when it comes to my body, even in the safety and comfort of home. But at school, apparently there's no problem with a male student freely watching us girls change our clothes.

Blake was actually punished simply because she talked with her friends about how "a dude doesn't belong in the girls' locker room."

A fellow student narced on her to school officials, after which she was "found guilty of harassment and bullying" and was ordered to "take part in a 'restorative justice circle' with the equity coordinator, submit a 'reflective essay,' and serve out-of-school suspension."

But this brave young woman didn't take it lying down:

So, with the legal assistance of Alliance Defending Freedom, I sued the co-principals and Orange Southwest School District officials. On the same day that we filed suit, the superintendent rescinded the disciplinary actions against me

You love to see these guys retreat with their tails between their legs like:

We'll finish here with Blake saying it best:

It's school officials' job to ensure every student feels safe at school. And it's their job to listen to and respect our views, not silence us for speaking out to defend ourselves.

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