By Guy Page
Blake Allen, the 14 year old freshman suspended from Randolph Union High School after complaining that a transgender biological male was watching her and other girls undress in the girls’ locker room, has authored an essay on the experience.
But it’s not the essay school officials demanded. They wanted Allen to write a ‘mea culpa,’ after which they would judge whether it showed enough self-awareness of her accused bullying to lift the suspension.
Instead, Allen wrote a lengthy essay criticizing school officials. The headline reads: “My high school punished me for saying a male shouldn’t be allowed to watch me undress.”
The essay was published on the Fox News website November 17, along with a video interview of her and her father by Fox news host Tucker Carlson.
“I’m a private person when it comes to my body, even in the safety and comfort of home,” Allen writes in the opinion piece published on the Fox News website . “But at school, apparently there’s no problem with a male student freely watching us girls change our clothes.”
In the interview with Carlson, Allen shares that the school lifted the suspension after she and her father filed suit with help from Alliance Defending Freedom.