Canadian high school teacher transitions to woman with utterly massive bust
A male Ontario high school shop teacher has transitioned into a woman who now sports what is presumably the most enormous bust in Canada. 

Mike Campbell

September 16, 2022

A male Ontario high school shop teacher has transitioned into a woman who now sports what is presumably the most enormous bust in Canada. 

Canadian high school teacher transitions to woman with utterly massive bust
Canadian high school teacher transitions to woman with utterly massive bust.

As reported by the feminist outlet Reduxx, pictures of the Oakville Trafalger High School shop teacher surfaced on social media. Popular Twitter user Libs of TikTok also shared a video of the teacher taken from a student.

The teacher, who now goes by Kayla Lemieux, can be seen wearing a tight shirt and tight shorts, revealing the incredible bust.

Students are reportedly caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to pretending this is normal behaviour — let alone from a teacher. 

The Liberal government, local school boards and mainstream media all say this behaviour is normal and should be accepted and applauded. 

Canada’s federally-funded “anti-hate” network attacks school board trustee candidates as being “anti-transgender” if they question the claims made by gender ideologists.

And state broadcaster CBC News has a feature on YouTube and Snapchat that teaches viewers — most of whom are likely teens and young adults — how to date trans people and when to get sexual.

“You’ve matched with a gorgeous, gorgeous trans person on your dating app of choice, and now it’s time to send the opening message. It’s no secret that first impressions are everything. So, what’s the right thing to say?” says the host.

In June, a trans rights group announced it’s lowering its recommended age for when youth should have access to irreversible medical treatments for their gender dysphoria — including surgeries for 15-year-olds.

And in August, Prime Minister Trudeau announced a $100 million taxpayer investment for radical LGBTQ groups.

The plan is titled “Canada’s first Federal 2SLGBTQI+ Action Plan.” 

Of the funds, 75% will be distributed to “community organizations” peddling diversity, inclusion and other far-left concepts. Another $5 million will flow to “public awareness” to propagandize Canadians to accept gender ideology. 

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