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Transgender activist organizes topless swim session for 12-year-olds, ‘no parents allowed’

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The transgender activist who is suing ‘transphobic’ beauticians for refusing to wax his male genitalia is now organizing a parent-free topless swim session for children as young as 12-years-old.

Jonathan Yaniv, now known as Jessica, made headlines recently after filing multiple complaints with the Human Rights Council in British Columbia, accusing numerous female-only beauticians of discrimination after they refused to provide him with a ‘Brazillian wax.’

Yaniv, last week, shared the ‘Youth All-Bodies Swim event for LGBTQ2S+ Youth and Their Allies,’ tweeting, “I’m going to get this party RESTARTED.”

The event, which allows girls as young as 12-years-old to go topless, bars parents from attending the event for “privacy and safety” concerns.

The official invite states: “For participant privacy and safety, parents and/or caregivers are not permitted in the event… Anything below the waist must be covered.”

Yanvi went on to say: “I am requesting that we have an all bodies swim here with allowance for people aged 12+ to go topless if they dish [sic] as its allowed in law..”

According to Summit News, the event has caused widespread concern “because Yaniv previously made comments described by some as ‘perverted’ about naked girls getting changed in locker rooms.”

A screenshot shared on social media allegedly shows Yanvi in a female bathroom with a sickening caption below which reads: “If there’s like 30 girls in the change room, how many of them would you say are out there changing freely with their vaginas and t-ts out?”

Perhaps even more disturbing than that is a series of screenshots shared by Ian Miles Cheong of Human Events, which can be viewed below:

At what point are our leaders going to grow a “politically incorrect” backbone and say enough is enough? Or are they too afraid they’ll get offside with folks who want to essentially skinny dip with 12-year-old girls?


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