Teenage girl suspended from high school after expressing discomfort with male student allowed into girls’ locker room [VIDÉO].
Published on 17.11.2022
A 14-year-old high school student was recently suspended from school after expressing her discomfort with a teenager being allowed to change in the girls’ locker room. The teenager, Blake Allen, is a volleyball player and freshman at Randolph Union High School in Randolph, Vermont.
Blake Allen and her father, Travis, joined Fox News host Tucker Carlson in speaking out against schools that punish teens who, like her, feel uncomfortable in these situations. She also wrote an opinion piece for Fox News, explaining her experience and sharing how it affected her.
She said the problem started after her school allowed a man who identifies as a girl to play on the girls’ volleyball team.
“When the student came into our locker room, we were changing,” Allen said. “Some of us had no shirts, others were just in our underwear. Naturally, some of us were uncomfortable and asked the student to leave, but we were ignored. »
After presenting the problem to his mother, who took it to the school administrators, Allen came across as the “bad guy” because he had a problem with the situation. The school refused to offer any support or alternatives to people who felt uncomfortable changing in front of a man.
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Allen, frustrated by the school’s refusal to acknowledge the validity of her concerns, was chatting with her friends in French class. She was heard telling her friends that “a guy doesn’t belong in the girls’ locker room”, and was reported to the school co-principals.
The school immediately launched an investigation into Allen’s comments, and the women’s volleyball team was banned from using their locker room. Allen was found guilty of harassment and bullying “based on the sexual identity of the targeted student” and was forced to participate in a “restorative justice circle”, submit a “reflection essay” and to serve an out-of-school suspension.
Allen appeared on the Tucker Carlson Tonight show where she told Carlson that many of her classmates were supportive of her during this time. She thinks most people support her, but they’re just “too scared to speak up because they see all the backlash she gets.”
Her father, Travis Allen, was also suspended from coaching college football for standing up for her in a Facebook post. Furious that the male student was allowed into the locker room with his daughter, he wrote: “He was given a free show, they were raped. After being suspended, Travis joined his daughter’s lawsuit.
Allen quickly teamed up with Alliance Defending Freedom for legal assistance and sued the co-principals and officials of the Orange Southwest School District. The same day, the disciplinary measures taken against him were canceled.