An 18-year-old high school student in California bravely stood up at a school board meeting and called out her school district for “putting women in jeopardy” by allowing transgender women (biological men) to use the girls’ locker rooms and bathrooms.

Megan Simpkins, a senior at Martin Luther King High School, attended the Riverside Unified School District board meeting after videos emerged of a male student, who identifies as a woman, physically assaulting female students.

One of the videos shows the trans student tackling a small female student onto the cement and pummeling her with his fists as multiple bystanders try to hold him off. Others, however, crowd around the fight and videotape without stepping in to help.

Eventually, a male student stepped in to defend the girl who was laying on the ground, followed by what looked like a male faculty member tackling the trans student to the ground.

The girl was reportedly targeted by the trans student because she spoke out against him using the female locker rooms.

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The other fight allegedly started after a confrontation in the girls’ locker room, where the trans student had a history of exposing his male genitals.

In one of the viral videos, the trans student is getting in the face of a much smaller female student. He then puts his hands on the girl and shoves her, sending her flying backward.

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The girl gets up and shoves him back as another female student jumps into the fight.

The trans student then begins to hurl punches at the second girl’s face, throwing her to the ground and continuing to assault her.

It is worth noting that the male student who claims to identify as a woman doesn’t seem to try to outwardly present as a female at all, maintaining short hair and male attire.



After these videos went viral, parents and students at the school began speaking out about the trans student’s violent and inappropriate history.

Fed up with the school allowing such violence to continue, Simpkins attended her school district’s board meeting where she demanded the school district take action to protect the female students.

“Firstly, the question we must address is, why are we affirming the mental confusion of this boy and putting the safety of women in jeopardy by allowing mentally confused men to use the women’s spaces?” Simpkins asked.

“Of course, any man who claims he is a woman will accept it, but what about the women? What about the true girls like myself who are female down to our DNA?” she added. “Why don’t we ever get a say in whether or not we are comfortable with this? The truth is, we aren’t. The majority of us aren’t, and yet nothing has been done to protect the safety of these women.”

“I will conclude with this. It all starts with you. You are in charge of the safety of us women… so please do something about it. Thank you,” said Simpkins.

The school district released a statement on the issue on its Twitter account, saying, “Since the incident occurred, District staff has been working to ensure the safety and rights of all students are considered and promptly responded to.”

“We are able to verify that the student involved will no longer be attending King High School,” they added.

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