NY High Schoolers Walk Out in Protest of Trans-Pervert Bathroom Rules

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Students at John Jay High School in Hopewell Junction, NY, staged a walkout last week to protest their ultra-leftwing administrators’ plans to impose a trans-pervert bathroom policy on them. The plan will allow students to use whatever bathroom they feel like on a whim, regardless of their biological sex and regardless of the feelings of members of the opposite sex. The school administrators are now threatening to discipline the students for protesting the policy.

As you’ve probably already guessed, the media is also portraying the walkout of the students as an example of bigotry. The TV stations rushed to shove a microphone in front of the one transgender student in the school to get his hot take on it.

“I feel as though that we shouldn’t be silenced no matter what,” said Cory Pittore, a biological boy who wants to use the girls’ restrooms. “We are human, just like everyone else. I, myself, have been struggling with this for so long, and I just feel like we shouldn’t be silenced because we’re human ourselves.”

Said the poor, silenced little baby on every television station.

Students had previously been circulating a petition opposing the trans bathroom policy. The petition noted that there have already been “incidents” in the girls’ bathrooms involving a certain unnamed transgender pervert.

School superintendent Dwight Bonk quashed the petition and said he was unaware of any such incidents taking place.

In case you’ve missed the underlying subtext of all this, democracy is not allowed when it comes to imposing trans bathroom rules on everyone else. Junior high and high school girls must be subjected to male perverts in their safe spaces, no matter what. No petitions or walkouts are allowed, and the feelings of the mentally healthy students will not be considered.

Superintendent Bonk adds that he will be having “conduct-related conversations” with the students who walked out in protest.