According to TheDailyMail:
A transgender teacher put on unpaid leave because of attention garnered by her prosthetic Z-cup breasts has landed a new job at another school – which has forced the principal to boost security.
Kayla Lemieux will be teaching at Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School in Ontario, where parents were warned the high school could soon be subjected to ‘protests’ and ‘disruptions’ over her hiring.
Lemieux – who insists her breasts are natural but has been photographed without them when not in the classroom – previously worked at nearby Oakville Trafalgar High, but saw her tenure cut short after photos of her buxom prosthetics surfaced.
As district staffers grappled with how to deal with the intersex instructor, parents lined up to decry the local school board for its failure to impose a dress code on Lemieux sooner, before suspending and pulling her from their faculty.
That same school board presides over Lemieux’s new employer, which, according to its principal, will boost security as a result of the woman’s hiring.
Measures meant to protect students, he said, will include special entry and exit plans, and the required use of an intercom to enter and exit building.
The Toronto Sun was the first to report the news, which comes some four months after Lemieux was put on leave.
The outlet was able to obtain the memo, penned by the Canadian secondary school’s Principal Tom Fisher, before kids were set to return to class Monday.
In it, Fisher reportedly conceded Lemieux’s ‘gender expression’ was ‘recently the subject of public attention’, before stating his high school has a responsibility to ‘uphold individual rights and treat everyone with dignity and respect.’
The principal proceeded to point to the mass of media attention school officials are likely set to be subjected to, saying the school is committed to communicating with parents should there be any ‘disruptions or protests’ this time around.
‘Should the school be subject to any disruptions or protests,’ the memo continued, ‘we are committed to communicating with you as openly and as frequently as possible to ensure student safety – and to share any operational plans,’
Fisher would then lay out what appeared to be a tentatively laid plan for how students should conduct themselves ahead of Lemieux’s arrival – including having them ‘enter and exit the building using assigned doors at entry and dismissal.’