A group of “concerned parents” wants to file a lawsuit against a transgender Oakville-Trafalgar High School (OTHS) teacher who has generated global attention with her oversized prosthetic breasts and tight tops that are revealing.
The GoFundMe campaign of the group read: “It has become clear that the only way this is going to be resolved is through action by local parents — with support from other parents who want to ensure this never happens in their own children’s schools.”
The group is made up of parents of students of Oakville High School and other schools under the Halton District School Board (HDSB). The group is called “Students First Ontario” and it says it has become increasingly concerned after the teacher’s provocative dress made the school receive many bomb threats.
Julia De Winter, the organizer of the fundraiser said: “All funds raised will be used to connect, organize and support like-minded parents in taking every action possible, including media and legal.”
According to reports, the lawsuit would be against the school board for not taking appropriate action against the teacher.
Initially, the HDSB decided not to introduce a dress code or penalize the teacher over potential legalities and human rights concerns.
The group made it known the school community has been put into the limelight due to the teacher’s “inappropriate attire and enormous prosthetic breasts” which has created an important distraction and led to great safety concerns for the students and staff of the school.
The group said there have been no fewer than three bomb threats made to the school since September (2022).
The statement on GoFundMe page read: “We had expected HDSB to address the situation at the start of the year, but they have allowed it to grow into an international controversy.
“OTHS and the HDSB have not only failed to address the situation, they have endorsed the teacher’s actions by refusing to uphold any dress code for teachers. This is despite the fact that a dress code applies to students enrolled at the school.”
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