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LILLEY: High school student suspended, arrested for saying only 2 genders
A student in Renfrew, about 94 kilometres west of Ottawa, was suspended last November over comments he made about gender, then was charged with trespassing when he tried to return to St. Joseph’s Catholic High School.
Now, Josh Alexander isn’t allowed to attend classes until he agrees to abide by several rules including “not to use the ‘dead name’ of any transgender student” and excludes himself from two classes in which “two transgender students who disapprove of Josh’s religious beliefs” attend.
Brian Lilley argued that this incident is just one reason it might be time to finally say goodbye to Ontario’s publicly funded Catholic school system since there’s no longer anything Catholic about it anyway.
WARMINGTON: Oakville teacher with artificial Z-cup endowment and wig is back
Just like in those nature documentaries where a hunter stalks its prey, someone caught a rare sighting of transgender teacher Kayla Lemieux — her first known school appearance of 2023.
Joe Warmington reported that the infamous shop teacher and her artificial Z-cups were spotted in the halls of Oakville Trafalgar High School, the school where her story began, seen from behind wearing what appears to be a tight-fitting long-sleeve black top and matching leggings.
The latest snap of Lemieux comes on the heels of next week’s board meeting where Halton District School Board’s director of education Curtis Ennis has been asked to provide a “professional standards dress policy” for the board. Will it include wigs and nipply prosthetics?
Tennis temptress Rachel Stuhlmann embracing her inner Paige Spiranac
Is there room for two sexy athletes? Always.
Like fan favourite golfer Paige Spiranac, tennis up-and-comer Rachel Stuhlmann is balancing her sport with producing steamy content for her own admirers.
Like Spiranac’s new OnlyPaige website, Stuhlmann is launching her own subscription-based site that will also feature exclusive content, Brad Hunter reported.
Both hotties have made it clear OnlyFans isn’t right for themselves and they insist their respective sites will not have nudes. They have to keep some of the mystery alive, right?
Britney Spears ‘mortified’ after posting wrong video on Instagram
Oops, she did it again.
Britney Spears posted a video of herself singing an a cappella version of the 2000 hit. Sounds pretty standard but the 41-year-old made another post hours later saying she made a “mistake” and “posted the wrong video.”
She admitted she tried to play if off but was left “mortified, completely mortified!!!” but, girl. She should’ve just kept it her little embarrassing secret and not told a soul, much less her 41.6 million fans.
‘THAT CAN’T BE HER’: Madonna’s ‘new face’ at Grammys confuses fans
Like many of her Instagram posts, Madonna’s appearance at last weekend’s Grammys had many fans scratching their heads wondering what became of the Queen of Pop.
Madge took to the stage to introduce Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ “Unholy” performance, but all fans could talk about was her face – more specifically, what happened to it, Mark Daniell reported.
Whatever happened to aging gracefully?