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I guess I wrote my post in the title but just wondering if it could be that he’s under police investigation and that’s the reason the Board isn’t taking any action.

Maybe they don’t want to spook him into deleting or destroying his computers and phones.

Maybe they are providing security for him fearing that an attack could be used by his lawyer to gain leniency or dropped charges should he be arrested.

Maybe I’m being too hopeful that there’s a logical explanation for allowing him to continue to teach but we all know what kind of porn the police would likely find on his computer, and it’s hard for me to believe he has yet to inappropriately touch a teenager or younger child, or make suggestive comments.

I found it disturbing to see students saying they didn’t see a problem with it, and I think it’s evidence of mass grooming.

I hope the media attention, and the shock and horror of the public helps these brainwashed children see what’s really going on.

I guess I wrote my post in the title but just wondering if it could be that he’s under police investigation and that’s the reason the Board isn’t taking any action. Maybe they don’t want to spook him into deleting or destroying his computers and phones. Maybe they are providing security for him fearing that an attack could be used by his lawyer to gain leniency or dropped charges should he be arrested. Maybe I’m being too hopeful that there’s a logical explanation for allowing him to continue to teach but we all know what kind of porn the police would likely find on his computer, and it’s hard for me to believe he has yet to inappropriately touch a teenager or younger child, or make suggestive comments. I found it disturbing to see students saying they didn’t see a problem with it, and I think it’s evidence of mass grooming. I hope the media attention, and the shock and horror of the public helps these brainwashed children see what’s really going on.

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[–] Escapedacult 18 points Edited

Honestly if that were the case I would assume he would have been put on leave of some sort, but I am no law expert.

My personal conspiracy theory is the board is holding steadfast because they are secretly against the trans social contagion and WANT the riduculousness to trigger as much media attention as possible in order to sorta reverse psychology people into noticing the trends and peaking themselves....I think the shop teacher is 100% AGP and sick, and the boob vest thing was so uncalled for the school board people snapped and decided to let this situation magnify organically. I know he is breaking dress code or whatever, but is he technically breaking any laws?

That is the only way this makes sense to me. Personal tinfoil.

I’m so, so sorry…I think you’re giving the Board too much credit. Education Boards do not play the long game. Something is either ok, or it isn’t. THIS apparently IS.

I know you're probably right, I just do not want you to be, lol. I just cannot understand this whole thing. It is melting my brain. Ridiculous. Absurd.

Maybe I’m being too hopeful that there’s a logical explanation

yea I think so. Norms have been shifting and this is the new normal now. 50 years ago it was automatically comedy when a man dressed up as a woman, but now we are meant to respect the serious and professional crossdressers who look at least as silly as the ones who were in the old movies... It's just not a movie anymore. If Tootsie comes to work, we're supposed to go along with it, even once we find out the truth (if we are originally fooled as people can sometimes be - but it's not yes/no thing, it's a "for how long" thing).

In crossdressing movies the plot tends to be, how long can the guy keep the ruse up before he goes in too deep and the lie falls apart. Someone might be able to wear a costume believably for a little while as long as they keep distance and people aren't really paying attention, but once things start getting complicated, hilarity ensues! But now, the idea is, we know from the start it's a farce, but instead of laughing we smile and nod and agree it's perfectly normal.

If this guy had come to work wearing normal sized breasts, it would not have even made the news. This survey from 2018 got responses from 79 teachers who identified as trans (many of them saying they were harassed at work, as the article highlights, and many of them also saying that they integrated "trans issues" into their teaching, which was not).

I couldn't find numbers for 2022, but it's only become more socially accepted - this person was pushing the boundaries, but the boundaries have moved pretty far already. I don't doubt that plenty of people honestly have grown into a world where this is just not so beyond the pale.

I found it disturbing to see students saying they didn’t see a problem with it, and I think it’s evidence of mass grooming.

The students may be saying they don’t have a problem with him, but the videos and pictures were taken in the classroom so they must be feeling some kind of way about it.

If I was a high schooler I'd think it was hilarious outside of the obvious uncomfy factor and I think every single person would be talking behind this teacher's back. I mean when i was in high school ten years ago students would make fun of a teacher just for being bald or being old. Students need something to talk about haha not a single kid is taking this seriously I'm sure

No. The police can't get a search warrant based on him dressing up as a pervert.

I think it's more likely they've been painted into a corner (or painted themselves into a corner...or both). TIMs have been made complete sacred cows; I think any Board members who feel uncomfortable at seeing this fetish shit tend to reflexively castigate themselves for it afterwards. Because they've been being trained not to think, not to question, not to use judgement, but to accept. To celebrate, even.

I assumed that they're just taking him at face value, i.e., that he happens to "identify as" a really ugly woman with terrible taste and impossibly huge boobs and nipples.

I keep imagining what the reaction would have been if the shop teacher in my high school back in the 1980s had done this, and I just think the entire student body would have been rolling on the floor with laughter about it. And of course they would've found some reason to sack him because he'd be regarded as obviously mentally ill. But that was a different time.

entire student body would have been rolling on the floor with laughter about it.

They probably are, outside of that class.

Some of the pranks my classmates pulled are legendary, and to this day, we still don't know who pulled some of them. Kids today don't seem to be very creative at all or are they all just browbeaten into "be kind" submission?

I only know about American school boards -- they often fall completely silent in the face of a controversy like this because the lawyers tell them to and they're just amateurs, really. A school director is in a weird position, too. The district as an employer can be held liable if the school director misbehaves, like if they speak out against this freak, it can be considered harassment by the employer. But really, school directors are not the school district; they are supposed to hold the district accountable to the public.

If there were suspicion like that, he'd be put on immediate leave.

I'm not sure there is a whole lot that the board can really do right now until another teacher reports him for an internal investigation, or he's actually been charged by the police with something. Even then, he's still likely to be protected by the great canadian gender shield as he currently is with the school district formulating a protection plan for him.

I feel like another one of the reasons he is still in the classroom is because a lot of average Canadians are ~aware~ of the trans rights movement, but aren't generally informed about it or really dedicate much thought to it at all. They just think that by supporting it they are doing the right thing- they don't care what it means tomorrow, they care about being right today. Plus, that teacher shortage isn't doing any favours for anybody- I don't know much abut it but I've read that uncertified "teachers" are being selected over certified teachers that should rightfully be there. And then you have guys like this. Ugh.

I don't know much about this story. Just from reading your post, I highly doubt it because that really wouldn't make much sense. The school board would probably not know if there was a police investigation. If there was and they did know, then that would make it more likely for him to be suspended.

If "gender expression" is legally protected could they fire him for his fake boobs? I am no lawyer so I don't know. I think they could discipline him for not tying his hair back while using the saw.

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