(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) A female high school student was forced to share a bed with a biological male after the school chaperones refused to rearrange the sleeping situation on an overseas trip, the Sentinel reported.
Three high school girls visiting Costa Rica with their classmates were forced to share a two-bed hotel room with a biological male. When one objected to sharing a bed with said biological male, the chaperone told the girl to “deal with it.”
The girl elected instead to sleep on the floor and in the bedrooms of other students. She apparently called her mother in tears over the response.
Superintendent of the Kansas school system, Stu Moeckel, was asked if the portrayal of the situation was accurate.
Instead of answering the question, he said simply that he did not wish to comment on particular students or teachers.
“As you are likely aware, we are generally unable to comment on issues pertaining to individually identified students or staff members, as their privacy interests are concerned and federal and/or state law limits disclosure,” Moeckel wrote.
When pressed, Moeckel responded by saying: “I have no comment at this time.”
Nonetheless, the school changed its policy soon thereafter, vowing to communicate sleeping arrangements 48 hours ahead of time so that issues could be addressed.
Gender issues are not going away in schools and seem to only be getting more prominent, as parents respond to the Left’s attempts to push transgenderism onto the general population.
Last week a middle school in Wisconsin announced that it would charge three male students with sexual harassment for using the “incorrect pronouns” when referring to another classmate.
The Left has also tried to use public schools to double-down on teaching young children to sexually experiment. Last week a Canadian elementary school sent kindergarten children home with an exploratory masturbation assignment.