Commentator David Menzies Dresses As Viral Busty Trans Teacher At School Board Meeting


Chrissy Clark Education Reporter
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A Canadian commentator dressed up in large prosthetic breasts and a blonde wig at a school board meeting to protest a transgender teacher who dons similar attire in front of students, according to videos posted Wednesday by Rebel News.

Rebel News commentator David Menzies attended a Halton District School Board meeting alongside concerned parents, and he came dressed as transgender Oakville Trafalgar High School teacher Kayla Lemieux. Lemieux drew international attention in September for wearing large prosthetic breasts to teach at the school.

Parents attending the meeting berated the Halton District School Board amid concerns about Lemieux’s drag-style presentation in the classroom.

“Children! We as adults are supposed to protect the children,” one parent yelled at board members. The same woman alleged Lemieux is a substitute teacher in other classes besides woodshop.

Another parent questioned the sanity of the school board members, all of whom reportedly backed the educator: “No normal person in their right mind would dress up like that and go teach kids. Come on. Are you guys okay in your head?” (RELATED: Canadian Trans Teacher Dos Massive Prosthetic Breasts With Reported Support Of School)

Menzies delivered a petition on behalf of more than 16,000 individuals who believe the school board and Director of Education should be terminated for allowing Lemieux to dress in drag in front of students.

“The Halton District School Board and the Director of Education, Curtis Ennis, should be fired for allowing a female-identifying shop teacher to wear enormous fake breasts that are barely contained by see-through blouses while teaching,” Menzies said.

“The HDSB and the Director of Education, Curtis Ennis, have admitted the school’s dress code, which prevents visible genitals and nipples, only applies to students,” the petition reads.

“Lemieux’s prosthetic boobs and long blonde wig are an obvious hazard when working with power tools,” the petition continues. “But instead of having safety and decency concerns, Ennis and the board have said they respect the gender expression of their teachers and students.”

The Halton District School Board did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller’s request for comment.