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If any of you will be there and by chance have the opportunity to talk to any of the parents of Oakville students, please remind them this:

  • he endangered the physical safety of his students in shop class and he modelled dangerous etiquette by ignoring workplace safety protocol around power tools. Loose hair (!!), a lanyard, two foreign objects swaying in front of him, bare legs, etc… His safety etiquette would have had him fired in any other professional environment for being a hazard and liability to himself and others in the room. He’s unfit to teach shop class. Workplace safety around dangerous equipment should always be No.1 priority.

  • Make sure they know this is sexual fetish gear. This is not something a woman can buy at a mastectomy* shop. Sex toys around minors is a sex crime. Sex toys aren’t protected by gender expression.

  • File sexual abuse charges with the police, and name all the adults as aiding and abetting in this sex crime against minors

  • File sexual abuse and neglect of child welfare complaints with the Ontario Teacher’s College (name all the adults responsible for keeping your children safe) .

  • Sue the school and school board. You need to make a big stink so that educators remember it is minors that need to be protected above adults.

/END of letter (you may ignore the text after this if you don’t want to read a tangent on search results to help convince them the difference between a medical prosthesis and fetish gear)

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*Edit: If you browse shops aimed at women who've had mastectomies, the largest size available is 50G and the nipples are minimal and won't cause the protrusion seen in the candid photos. The options available take into account if the woman needs a unilateral, asymmetrical, or symmetrical breast form. These are all meant to be worn with a mastectomy bra.

Not a single one of the options depict the watermelon-sized offensiveness displayed by that teacher.

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Edit 2: I took one for the team to see how difficult it would be to find the offensive breast forms using only general search words (I didn't have it in me to go to page 2 results though).

I used DuckDuckGo because I don't want the Google algorithm to show me disgusting ads after this research, so results might be different using Google. The first page result for "large silicone breast forms" lead to a bunch of cross-dressing websites. The language on these websites made it clear the purpose was to sexualize women's breasts. Only one website had forms that went beyond the first 10 letters of the alphabet and had the obscene shape he was wearing. Though the advertised photo (click at your own risk) looked very similar to what he was wearing but compared to that on a reviewer's photo, it still wasn't large enough or low enough on the torso.

From that website, one reviewer writes:

"but if you're shopping for Z-cup knockers, it's likely realism is the least of your concerns"

Another writes:

"Lastly if you want attention these are the girls for you because when I wore them to my favourite coffee shop all the ladies took notice."

Conclusion: you have to try really hard to find what he was wearing from search results without knowing what letter to look for (he was likely wearing larger than Z cup). He was doing this for exhibitionism and to satisfy his sexual fetish to involve non-consenting participants.

If any of you will be there and by chance have the opportunity to talk to any of the parents of Oakville students, please remind them this: - he endangered the physical safety of his students in shop class and he modelled dangerous etiquette by ignoring workplace safety protocol around power tools. Loose hair (!!), a lanyard, two foreign objects swaying in front of him, bare legs, etc… His safety etiquette would have had him fired in any other professional environment for being a hazard and liability to himself and others in the room. He’s unfit to teach shop class. Workplace safety around dangerous equipment should always be No.1 priority. - Make sure they know this is sexual fetish gear. This is not something a woman can buy at a mastectomy* shop. Sex toys around minors is a sex crime. Sex toys aren’t protected by gender expression. - File sexual abuse charges with the police, and name all the adults as aiding and abetting in this sex crime against minors - File sexual abuse and neglect of child welfare complaints with the Ontario Teacher’s College (name all the adults responsible for keeping your children safe) . - Sue the school and school board. You need to make a big stink so that educators remember it is minors that need to be protected above adults. /END of letter (you may ignore the text after this if you don’t want to read a tangent on search results to help convince them the difference between a medical prosthesis and fetish gear) ............ ..................... .................... *Edit: If you [browse shops](https://www.mastectomyshop.com/amoena-contact-3e-silicone-prosthesis-with-comfort/) aimed at women who've had mastectomies, the largest size available is 50G and the nipples are **minimal** and won't cause the protrusion seen in the candid photos. The options available take into account if the woman needs a unilateral, asymmetrical, or symmetrical breast form. **These are all meant to be worn with a mastectomy bra.** Not a single one of the options depict the watermelon-sized offensiveness displayed by that teacher. ............ ..................... .................... Edit 2: I took one for the team to see how difficult it would be to find the offensive breast forms using only general search words (I didn't have it in me to go to page 2 results though). I used DuckDuckGo because I don't want the Google algorithm to show me disgusting ads after this research, so results might be different using Google. The first page result for "large silicone breast forms" lead to a bunch of cross-dressing websites. The language on these websites made it clear the purpose was to sexualize women's breasts. Only one website had forms that went beyond the first 10 letters of the alphabet and had the obscene shape he was wearing. Though the advertised photo ([click at your own risk](https://minaky.com/collections/silicone-breast-forms/products/z-cup-giant-breast-plate)) looked very similar to what he was wearing but compared to that on a reviewer's photo, it still wasn't large enough or low enough on the torso. From that website, one reviewer writes: >"but if you're shopping for Z-cup knockers, it's likely **realism is the least of your concerns**" Another writes: >"Lastly **if you want attention** these are the girls for you because when I **wore them to my favourite coffee shop all the ladies took notice**." Conclusion: you have to try really hard to find what he was wearing from search results without knowing what letter to look for (he was likely wearing larger than Z cup). **He was doing this for exhibitionism and to satisfy his sexual fetish to involve non-consenting participants.**

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[–] GenderHeretic Assigned2LegsAB 13 points Edited

Make sure they know this is sexual fetish gear. This is not something a woman can buy at a mastectomy* shop. Sex toys around minors is a sex crime. Sex toys aren’t protected by gender expression.

Exactly. Don't let anyone call it a "prosthetic", only a sex toy and fetish gear. While this fetish gear could be called prosthetic breasts in the same way that costumers call fake horns and vampire fangs prosthetics, we all know that calling something worn day-to-day a "prosthetic _____" calls to mind a medical prosthesis like a prosthetic limb or craniofacial prosthesis, or indeed the actual prosthetic breasts designed for women who've had mastectomies. What he's wearing is nothing more than a sex toy, fetish gear, and this needs to be utterly unambiguous.