Elderly woman banned from YMCA after complaining trans worker is ‘watching little girls pulling down their suits’

YMCCA Mountain View Pool/ YMCA

In what is shaping up to be the new America, perverted men are allowed to go into girls’ pool locker rooms and ogle juveniles undressing while self-righteous liberals hold the door open for them.

Complain about the perverts, and the self-righteous, high-minded liberals will call the police.

That’s what appears to have happened to an 80-year-old woman who was banned from a YMCA pool after she raised the alarm about a man in a women’s swimsuit scoping out the women’s locker room.

The Mountain View pool in Port Townsend, Wash. banned Julie Jaman when she confronted the “trans” YMCA worker, identified as Clementine Adams, after she heard a male voice in the changing room while she was taking a shower.

“I saw a man in a woman’s bathing suit watching maybe four or five little girls pulling down their suits in order to use the toilet,” Jaman told news station KIRO.

“I asked if he had a penis and he said it was none of my business. I told that man to ‘Get out right now!'”

What happened next was amazing. Instead of acknowledging the violated privacy of Jaman and the girls, and standing up for their safety, a pool staffer told Jaman that “gay pride” flags on the premises should have been “adequate enough in order to inform women what to expect.”

That is, men will be staring at you naked.

Jaman went to YMCA aquatics manager Rowen DeLuna, who doubled down on the pro-perv policy. “You’re discriminating and you can’t use the pool anymore,” she is said to have responded. “I’m calling the police.” And she did, after banning Jaman from the pool “forever.”

“It’s as if she was just waiting to pounce on me. It was just stunning,” Jaman said.

A police report described Jaman having “had an emotional response to a strange male being in the bathroom” near young girls. Notes from the police detail how Jaman was in the locker room, “screaming” at an employee about the threat and “refusing to leave.”

Jaman said she has been a member of the pool for 35 years and said she has good relationships there. Bosses at the facility tell a different story of her violating the facility’s “code of conduct,” which seems to give the nod to males who look at little girls.


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