School bans taking photos of trans teacher

A Canadian high school penalizes students who take pictures of a teacher’s Z-size breast implants.

It has been reported to the Toronto Sun that students at Halton School District have been “threatened with suspension” for taking photos or videos of Oakville Trafalgar High School teacher Kayla Lemieux.

However, a video circulated last week showing her navigating the hallway at Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary School in Oakland while walking on crutches, the outlet reported.

Earlier this year, Lemieux — who went by Kerry Lemieux — made headlines after photos emerged of her skydiving with a porn star.

Despite not being injured on landing, a foot injury has kept her away from Oakville Trafalgar High School for weeks due to the machinery she uses in her industrial arts classes. 

Recently, Lemieux substituted at Abbey Park High School in Oakville. Police were present at each school where she taught, witnesses told the Sun.

“Lemieux gets a personal escort (and) protection everywhere” she goes, one parent said. 

Despite complaints, the school board has accommodated Lemieux’s identity and defended her rights.

“As you’re aware, we can’t comment on HR matters,” said Heather Francey, a school board spokesperson.

According to Francey, the district has a “Responsible Use Procedures for Information and Communications Technology” policy.

“It is routine practice for students to obtain the permission of any subject at any time (including other students, staff, or any person) before capturing, using, and transmitting images or video. This policy helps guide that standard courtesy across our board,” she explained.