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Bio Male Trans Teacher With Z-Cup Size Breasts Claims “They’re Real”


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A trans teacher in Canada now claims his Z-cup breasts are REAL.

Yes, you read that right.

A biological male who goes by the name Kayla Lemieux and teaches woodshop of all things claims the massively conspicuous knockers are all natural.

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I mean, it is Canada – but still!

What’s more, is that Lemieux appears to save his busty bravado for the classroom.

This sicko packs on the prosthetics when the school bell rings, but appears dressed as a male on his own time!

Earlier this month, The Daily Wire reported that Lemieux’s neighbor photographed him outside his home dressed as a male.

The neighbor alleges that Lemieux dresses as a man more frequently than as a woman. One parent was “shocked” by this news. “The school has been adamant in telling parents this is a transitioning teacher who needs to express themselves as a woman,” the parent said, adding that the way Lemieux dresses is “unprofessional” and “offensive.”

Daily Mail had more on Lemieux’s background and dressing like a man outside of school.

The teacher — who until a few years ago went by the name Kerry — left Ontario’s Oakville Trafalgar High School this week wearing the gigantic breasts, a blond wig and glasses, but it wasn’t long until the cartoonish clothing came off.

After shopping at a department store and pet supplies shop dressed as a woman, Lemieux headed home to get changed and emerged dressed as a man 30 minutes later.

Lemieux then spent the afternoon in public wearing men’s sweatpants, trainers, a gray T-shirt and a navy puffer vest without breasts, makeup, glasses or wig.

The changes in Lemieux’s appearance have been profound, as Facebook images from five years ago show him with a full beard.

Of course, Lemieux denies the male look-alike is him and stands by his story that they’re home-grown melons.

In an interview with The New York Post, he claimed that he’s “intersex” – not trans and that the bazongas are a result of a rare medical condition, albeit not officially diagnosed by a medical professional.

“I’m not wearing prosthetic breasts. These are real,” Kayla Lemieux told The Post during an exclusive interview Saturday.

“My condition is classified as gigantomastia, which can also be referred to as macromastia or breast hypertrophy,” Lemieux said during a sit-down at a cafe in Burlington, near Toronto.

Photos and video of Lemieux shot in school have shown her wearing tight clothing with large nipples protruding under the fabric of her top.

“I don’t think there’s any problems with how I have dressed. It’s the personal opinion of other people. I don’t think I have dressed unprofessionally,” she said.

When asked about her prominent nipples, Lemieux declined to answer.

What a perv!

Not only is the man parading around is obscenely large fake breasts, but he’s specifically doing so while teaching children!

And as if the giant jugs weren’t bad enough, he wears tight-fitting clothing and apparently no bra.

His prosthetic party hats are pointing at impressionable children all day long!

Who could possibly concentrate with those things eyeing you down?

Outraged parents reached out to the school, and supposedly the school board has revised its dress code policy.

However, National Post reported the newly drafted policy is useless.

A draft of an Ontario school board’s promised policy on standards of dress and decorum in the classroom — to resolve tension over a gender transitioning teacher who wore enormous prosthetic breasts under tight-fitting tops to class — offers no new directives on how teachers should dress or act.

Did we really expect the school board to stop this perversion?

These wack-job nutcases parading around as the latest gender identity are in charge of educating our kids!

Public schooling has become a circus freak show!

Is there any hope for the next generation?



 

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