Trans Teacher With Prosthetic Breasts Prepares To Reenter Classroom

In a development that has caused a stir in Canada, a trans teacher is making headlines once again as she prepares to return to the classroom this fall. Kayla Lemieux, whose teaching style and attire gained widespread attention last year, is set to resume her educational role amid widespread skepticism.

Lemieux gained notoriety in 2022 for her choice to wear massive prosthetic Z-cup breasts while teaching at Oakville-Trafalgar High School in Canada. She denied the accusations, attributing her gigantic breasts to a condition known as “gigantomastia,” a rare condition wherein breasts experience excessive enlargement. 

Speaking to the New York Post, she had said, “I’m not wearing prosthetic breasts. These are real. My condition is classified as gigantomastia, which can also be referred to as macromastia or breast hypertrophy.”

While such a condition does exist, what caught the public’s eye was the revelation that Lemieux had been seen without the fake breasts outside of the classroom setting.

Aside from the prosthetic cup breasts, the controversy surrounding Lemieux’s previous teaching approach also led to a flurry of debates last year, leading to her temporary suspension from the school.

This time around, Lemieux is joining the faculty of Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School in Hamilton for the upcoming academic year. According to a report by the Toronto Sun, the school’s principal Tom Fisher has outlined a commitment to safeguarding individual rights while fostering an environment of respect and dignity for all students and staff members. 

This stance has sparked the implementation of various precautionary measures aimed at mitigating potential disruptions or any other potential challenges that might arise. These measures include designated entry and exit points for students, as well as controlled access to the school building during instructional hours.

To communicate the rationale behind these measures, Fisher issued a memo to parents, urging them to consider the safety of all students. While not naming Lemieux directly, he acknowledged that an incoming teacher had recently been “the subject of public attention” due to gender expression concerns during their tenure at a different institution.

While she has the support of the school, parents of students attending Nora Frances Henderson have expressed disapproval of the school’s decision. In a poll conducted by The Toronto Sun to gauge public sentiment about Lemieux’s return to the classroom, an overwhelming 96% of the nearly 8,000 respondents expressed their opposition to her return. 

Other parents including parents of children at Oakville-Trafalgar have also weighed in on the issue, with Celina Close saying, “The problem’s just moved somewhere else. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting a different result…What justification is there for Lemieux to be back teaching?”

”They’re telling parents they’re taking safety precautions for the kids but won’t say anything about what the justification is for Lemieux to be back in the classroom, which is the root cause of the problem,” Close added.

“This is just ridiculous- if ‘Kayla ‘ doesn’t wear the boobs all the time – WHY must they be worn at school if NOT for attention – This is sad for the kids – Why does the school allow this circus & at the kids’ expense?!” another parent stated.