Philosopher In Hot Water Over Insane Claim Concerning Controversial Teacher Not Being Allowed Near Children

This past Tuesday, a generally anti-woke professor was slammed with some intense criticism in the wake of telling people on social media to put forth a "good argument" as to just why one male teacher from Canada, who constantly wears a set of fake prosthetic breasts in their classroom, should not be able to continue teaching in the public school system.

The teacher in question, who has been covered twice before by Fox News host Tucker Carlson on his show, kicked off an extreme outrage this past week in the wake of the students of Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario starting to post images all across social media of the teacher.

The school district rushed forward to try and defend the teacher, who teaches the manufacturing technology class, claiming that they recognize "the rights of students, staff, parents/guardians and community members to equitable treatment without discrimination based upon gender identity and gender expression."

Peter Boghossian, the previously stated philosopher, posted an image to social media of the teacher and attempted to suggest that most people would have quite a "difficult" time creating a "good argument" just as to why the person should not be allowed to around and teach the children of the school.

"Most people have strong moral impulses about whether this individual should be allowed to teach their children in a public school, but very few can construct a good argument why or why not," stated Boghossian via a tweet. "It’s more difficult thank you think. Try it."

The tweets from Boghossian almost immediately kicked off an intense and widespread backlash, even though the original tweet was not actually meant to be a defense of the teacher.

Quite a few more notable responses to the event included:

  • Jedediah Bila, Fox News: “If you’re confused at all about why this person shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near a classroom, and are seeking further explanation or justification, then you have a serious issue of your own to deal with.”
  • Amber Athey, writer: “Most of the time a strong moral impulse is a good enough reason.”
  • Rebeccah Heinrichs, Hudson Institute Senior Fellow: “It is 0% hard. I can even tell you why in 2 words.”
  • Allie Beth Stuckey, political commentator: “It’s only hard to argue against this if you’re a morally relativistic classical liberal, if you’re a morally deranged leftist. For sane people: It’s wrong & inappropriate for men to dress like women, especially sexual charicatures of them. That should be against dress codes.” She added, “This also constitutes sexual harassment. This person’s hard drives should for sure be investigated.”
  • Calvin Robinson, political commentator: “Because he’s clearly a pervert, demonstrating narcissistic tendencies, forcing children to partake in his sexual fetish. It used to be okay to say we don’t want sexual deviants teaching children. Why is that no longer enough of an argument? Keep kinks out of the classroom.”
  • Helen Joyce, author: “This is fetish gear being worn in front of children. These prosthetics are about getting turned on at the idea of being a woman. The intention is sexual gratification.”
  • Mary Harrington, editor at UnHerd: “It’s inimical to the interests of women and children, to allow any male to behave like this. Nearly everyone sees this intuitively. If your definition of ‘good argument’ is hampering your ability to do so, the problem is your definition of ‘good argument.’”
  • Dana Loesch, radio host: “Try it in class with a giant prosthetic schlong.”
  • Mark Hemingway, writer: “It should be enough to say this person is mentally ill. But more specifically, this person gets sexual gratification from making others confront their own deviancy. That’s pathological, dangerous behavior.”
  • Mike Cernovich, political commentator: “Not really. This is a f***ing pervert – a complete deviant playing out a fetish with mannequin tits. If this [whatever pronoun] had a huge fake cock sticking out, no one would act like it’s so hard to draw lines.”
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