How often did we hear from progressives, social justice activists, and the LGBT community that trans bathrooms would not result in compromising situations where girls and women would be victimized? How many arguments have we had that nothing has or ever will happen (that wasn’t true even before the issue arose), and how often were we called “bigots” or “phobes” of some sort because we resisted allowing boys into girl’s restrooms?

Well, those concerns have been validated.

Not long ago, the Obama administration handed down a “suggestion” for public schools that contained not so veiled threats, stating that not allowing boys who claim they’re girls into girl’s locker rooms would result in the school suffering financially. A federal judge blocked the edict, but regardless, many schools decided to follow suit. Sometimes even doing so while consciously hiding it from the parents.

Now, a lawsuit in Minnesota has popped up against a high school that has allowed a transgendered student to invade the privacy of some of the girl students, and acting so inappropriately that it brought some of the girls to tears.

From the DailyWire:

According to the bombshell lawsuit, a transgender “girl” student, who participated on girls’ sports teams, “twerked,” “grinded” and engaged in other sexually suggestive acts in the girls’ locker-room, leaving some of the girls in tears. After numerous ignored complaints, the lawsuit’s plaintiffs say they were allowed access to other locations, including a boys’ locker-room, which the transgender “girl” also made his way into and extended his sexually suggestive behavior. The girls claim they were left with no place to go to secure their privacy in the most intimate of settings.

Featured within the lawsuit are the allegations that “Student X” – the transgendered student – took the following actions.

  • Student X commented on girls’ bodies while in the girls’ locker room, including asking Girl Plaintiff F about her bra size and asking her to “trade body parts” with him;
  • Student X danced to loud music with sexually explicit lyrics while twerking, grinding and lifting up his skirt to reveal his underwear;
  • Student X would dance in a sexually explicit manner “dancing like he was on a stripper pole” to songs with suggestive lyrics including “Milkshake” by Kelis.

According to the lawsuit, the girls were told they could use a secondary locker room to change, but it wasn’t long before the transgendered student showed up in that locker room as well, continuing his lewd behavior.

“One on such occasion, Student X walked into the boys’ basketball locker room while Girl Plaintiff A was in her underwear and removed his pants while he was near her and other girls who were also changing,” the lawsuit states. “This incident deeply upset Girl Plaintiff A. It signaled to her that there was no place in the school where she could preserve her privacy under the new policy.”

The lawsuit arose due to the fact that the school itself continued to ignore the complaints by students and their family members as these events transpired. At least 11 families are involved in this lawsuit.

If people think this won’t happen again, they are sadly mistaken. As I pointed out earlier in the article, there were multiple examples of people using transgenderism to sneak into women’s restrooms to do explicit things even before the any issue arose.