Influencer claims her TikTok’s criticizing trans teacher in Canada were deleted

Social media fashion influencer claims her TikTok’s criticizing trans teacher in Canada for ‘fetishized’ prosthetic breasts were deleted because they were sexual harassment

  • A TikTok influencer Noelle Pullin says that her videos criticizing Canadian trans teacher Kayla Lemieux were deleted because of ‘sexual harassment’ 
  • Lemieux, a teacher in Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario, went viral this week when she was pictured wearing huge prosthetic breasts in class 
  • The Halton District School Board said it would be against the Ontario Human Rights Code to criticize Lemieux
  • Pullin, who is based in Arizona, said that she was told that the posts were also deleted because it was an attack on ‘protected attributes’
  • When reposting the videos on Instagram, Pullin said that the Zuckerberg-owned platform was ‘less Commie’ than TikTok 
  • Some students are reportedly skipping class because of the teacher, while others say most don’t seem to care about the situation
  • The district has gone on to defend Lemieux and said it would no longer answer questions about the issue as it is a ‘personnel matter’  

An Arizona influencer says that her rants against a trans teacher who was pictured wearing huge prosthetic breasts in class were deleted from TikTok

Noelle Pullin, of Prescott, reposted her videos to Instagram.

Explaining why the clips were deleted, Pullin said: ‘TikTok has deleted this off of two accounts for 1. Attacks on ‘protected attributes’ and 2. Sexual harassment.’ 

She goes on: ‘You know what I think is sexual harassment? A grown man wearing watermelons as breasts as a complete mockery of women in front of high school aged children.’

Pullin concluded by saying: ‘I will not be quiet about this. I will not back down when it comes to our kids.’ 

Noelle Pullin is the Arizona influencer who says that her rants against a trans teacher who was pictured wearing huge prosthetic breasts in class were deleted from TikTok

Noelle Pullin is the Arizona influencer who says that her rants against a trans teacher who was pictured wearing huge prosthetic breasts in class were deleted from TikTok

When reposting her videos to Instagram, Pullin wrote that she 'will not back down when it comes to our kids'

When reposting her videos to Instagram, Pullin wrote that she ‘will not back down when it comes to our kids’

The influencer said that she also finds it ridiculous that the teacher was not cited with dress code violation

The influencer said that she also finds it ridiculous that the teacher was not cited with dress code violation

The Halton District School Board suggested it would be a violation of the Ontario Human Rights Code to criticize or stop Oakville Trafalgar High School shop teacher Kayla Lemieux (above) from wearing huge breast prosthetics

The Halton District School Board suggested it would be a violation of the Ontario Human Rights Code to criticize or stop Oakville Trafalgar High School shop teacher Kayla Lemieux (above) from wearing huge breast prosthetics

Pullin goes in hard on Lemieux, complaining that if the educator really was a woman, she would be severely self-conscious about having breasts that size

Pullin goes in hard on Lemieux, complaining that if the educator really was a woman, she would be severely self-conscious about having breasts that size

While in the videos, Pullin goes in to talk about her opinions on Kayla Lemieux, a Manufacturing Technology teacher at Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario, was recently pictured instructing a shop class with the large prosthetics on, which stretch her clothing and stick out prominently.

Pullin goes in hard on Lemieux, complaining that if the educator really was a woman, she would be severely self-conscious about having breasts that size. 

She also said that if Lemieux truly had a breasts that size, she would be constantly complaining about back pain.  

The influencer said that she also finds it ridiculous that the teacher was not cited with dress code violation when teenage girls are not even allowed to wear tank tops in school. 

Pullin concludes her video rant by asking why she cannot talk about Lemieux 'without being deleted'

Pullin concludes her video rant by asking why she cannot talk about Lemieux ‘without being deleted’

Pullin concludes her video rant by asking why she cannot talk about Lemieux ‘without being deleted.’ 

She says: ‘Because why? This is a ‘protected group’? If you still don’t see how extreme this is becoming, wake the f*** up.’ 

DailyMail.com has reached out to TikTok for official comment on why Lemieux’s videos were deleted. 

On her Instagram bio, Pullin  describes herself as an influencer focusing on fashion, lifestyle, current events and criminal psychology. 

The Arizona-native operates a separate Instagram account titled NoellePolitics. On that page, she describes Instagram as being ‘less commie than TikTok.’

In June, Pullin said in a blog post that a TikTok video she made about grassroots protesters in Cuba was deleted.  

Pullin has videos on her TikTok page that deal with such hot button issues as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appearing in GQ Magazine, the intellect of alt-right philosopher Jordan Peterson and attacking Joe Biden’s presidency.

While over on her alternative TikTok account, Pullin writes in the bio: ‘If you’re on my account and reading this… you’re probably an upset leftist.’ The two accounts combined have around 80,000 followers. 

Pullin has videos on her TikTok page that deal with such hot button issues as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appearing in GQ Magazine

Pullin has videos on her TikTok page that deal with such hot button issues as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appearing in GQ Magazine

Despite the heavy backlash and reports that some students are skipping class, The Halton District School Board defended the teacher and said it would no longer answer questions about the issue because it was a ‘personnel matter.’ 

The district also claimed that interfering or criticizing the teacher would go against the Ontario Human Rights Code. 

‘The HDSB recognizes the rights of students, staff, parents/guardians and community members to equitable treatment without discrimination based upon gender identity and gender expression. Gender identity and gender expression are protected grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code,’ the board said in a statement.

Meanwhile, parents and students at the high school appeared split on the issue. 

Owen LaPlante, a 12th grader at the school, told the Toronto Sun that while some people support Lemieux, others are not comfortable with the situation. 

‘I’m okay with it,’ he said. ‘I know some of my friends are a little uncomfortable with it, but I think she should be able to express herself however she wants to.’

She began transitioning a year ago

Lemieux was pictured and recorded by students

Lemieux was pictured and recorded by students wearing the large prosthetics in class. The pictures have gone viral, with many criticizing the teacher’s attire

The prosthetics were so large they stretched her clothing and stuck out prominently (right)

The prosthetics were so large they stretched her clothing and stuck out prominently (right)

Yuxuan Xie, a student in grade 10, told the Sun that most of the kids in school seem to have brushed the incident off. 

‘I don’t really hear anyone talking about it,’ he said. ‘I think, maybe, we don’t care about that.’ 

A woman identifying herself as Lei, a mother of a senior at the school, told the Sun that while she was ok with Lemieux coming out as a trans woman, she said wearing such large prosthetics was too much. 

‘I think he’s going a little too far,’ Lei said. ‘I think identifying himself is ok, but I think that just wearing that in the classroom… I still have concerns over that.’  

After the video came out over the weekend, the district had expected a wave of protestors to come demonstrate outside the high school. 

Although police were stationed around the school, only one protestor showed up claiming to be a former student while waving the Canadian flag. 

The protestor, who did not give out his name, told the Sun: ‘I think it’s fundamentally wrong that this individual is able to work at an institution as such, with huge breasts on. It’s gross.’ 

Parents and other concerned citizens are currently planning to confront the district at it next board meeting on Friday, September 23, and demand something be done about Lemieux’s attire.  

A lone protestor waving a Canadian flag (above) showed up to the school on Monday

A lone protestor waving a Canadian flag (above) showed up to the school on Monday

Police were stationed at the Oakville Trafalgar High School, about 10 miles outside Toronto

Police were stationed at the Oakville Trafalgar High School, about 10 miles outside Toronto

HDSB Chair Margo Shuttleworth (above) defended Lemieux as an 'extremely effective teacher'

HDSB Chair Margo Shuttleworth (above) defended Lemieux as an ‘extremely effective teacher’ 

Lemieux, who began transitioning from male to a female a year ago, has gone viral online after students posted photos and videos of the teacher. 

In its original statement to parents defending the teacher, the school said: ‘As a school within the Halton District School Board (HDSB), Oakville Trafalgar High School recognizes the rights of students, staff, parents/guardians and community members to equitable treatment without discrimination based upon gender identity and gender expression.

‘We strive to promote a positive learning environment in schools consistent with the values of the HDSB and to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all students, staff and the community, regardless of race, age, ability, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, cultural observance, socioeconomic circumstances or body type/size.’

HDSB Chair Margo Shuttleworth told the Sun that staff are looking at ‘going through creating a safety plan’ to ensure the Oakville Trafalgar High School teacher’s security as they prepare for potential protests when the school opens for classes Monday. 

‘This teacher (who teaches shop) is an extremely effective teacher,’ said Shuttleworth. ‘All the kids really love being in the class.’ 

Despite the praise for the teacher, Shuttleworth also admitted that she’s gotten several calls from parents complaining about the situation. 

Lemieux, who began transitioning from male to a female a year ago, has gone viral online after students posted photos and videos of the teacher

Lemieux, who began transitioning from male to a female a year ago, has gone viral online after students posted photos and videos of the teacher

The school board said in a statement that 'gender identity and gender expression are protected grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code'

The school board said in a statement that ‘gender identity and gender expression are protected grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code’

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