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By Mia Ashton, The Post Millennial, Feb. 3, 2023
An Ontario student is excluded from his school for the rest of the year for saying there are only two sexes, with the school stating that his presence would be detrimental to the physical and mental well-being of transgender students.
Montreal QC – An Ontario high school student is not allowed to attend his Catholic school for the remainder of the year because he expressed the belief that God created only two sexes, with the school arguing that his presence would be “detrimental to the physical and mental well-being” of transgender students.
Josh Alexander, 16, has not been permitted to attend St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Renfrew, Ontario since last November when he organized a protest in support of the right of female students to have single-sex washrooms after two girls had confided in him that they were uncomfortable sharing spaces with trans-identified male students.
Alexander had also expressed his belief that there are only two immutable sexes during a law class discussion, saying that he felt that males belong in male washrooms and females belong in female washrooms because identity doesn’t change biology. This, he told The Post Millennial, was considered “offensive” and “bullying” because there was a transgender student in the class.