The biological girls on a high school volleyball team in Vermont are the latest victims of a transgender power play.
At Randolph High School in Randolph, Vermont, last week, the girls were barred from their own locker room after they objected to changing into their uniforms in front of a biological male who identifies as female.
The school officials in one of America’s most liberal states are, of course, siding with the trans student.
They maintain that under state law the male student can change anywhere he chooses.
And demonstrating the political clout of the LGBTQ agenda and its advocates, Randolph High officials told parents the school has “plenty of space where students who feel uncomfortable with the laws may change in privacy,” according to local news station WCAX.
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In other words, it is the girls — 10 of them, by one estimate — who must give up their space and find an alternate location to put on their uniforms, in order to not inconvenience the biological male student.
WCAX reported that the state education department says its policy is that a trans student “should not be required to use a locker room or restroom that conflicts with the student’s gender identity.”
Meanwhile, it is the rest of the volleyball team that’s being investigated for hate speech because they objected to getting undressed in front of a biological male.
Blake Allen, one player who was courageous enough to speak out, said “It’s a huge thing. Everyone’s asking, ‘So, why aren’t you allowed in the locker room?’”
“My mom wants me to do this interview to try to make a change,” Blake added. “I feel like for stating my opinion — that I don’t want a biological man changing with me — that I should not have harassment charges or bullying charges. They should all be dropped.”
Allen assured the media that the issue is not having a trans teammate. It is, rather, being forced to disrobe in front of him.
WCAX noted that Randolph High Co-Principal Lisa Floyd — who apparently has never been required to undress in front of men in a locker room — said in an email that “student safety” was the school district’s main priority and that “when policies are violated, disciplinary action consistent with the law will be taken.”