A boy, or several boys, are facing disciplinary action after they allegedly destroyed a feminine product dispenser within 20 minutes of it being installed in the boys bathroom at school. I know. This makes no sense. I thought they would get an award, but it seems like the principal is swinging on the far left of the political spectrum here. The boys face action for committing the act of vandalism despite they were doing what most people are probably thinking – and what probably should be done every time someone puts feminine products in the boys or mens room.
And we can’t fault those boys for committing a little bit of vandalism in order to stand up for what’s right – and that is to keep feminine products out of a boys restroom IN A SCHOOL. These boys know it’s wrong and bad for society to go down this mentally disturbed path and they were standing up for what’s RIGHT when they ripped the dispenser from the wall and put it in the toilet. But of course, it sparked nationwide news headlines all across America, however most of the comment sections praised the unknown suspects.
This all took place in a boys bathroom at Brookfield High School in Connecticut and a news report says a student, or students, were supposedly disciplined for destroying the feminine product dispenser within 20 minutes of it being installed. The principal was not pleased and he spoke out on it, saying he was “disgusted” by the behavior. But many people believe it should be the other way around, because in a sane society – feminine products belong in the girls/women’s restroom and nowhere near the men’s rooms.
The principal was quoted by Newstimes, saying how he felt and it wasn’t good. However, I am almost certain most parents were on the side of the boys in this subtle case of vandalism and standing up for their beliefs. Not that vandalism is OK, but these boys were sending a message that they’re not going to be part of, nor support, the fantasy or mental issues of other people.
Why was this there in the first place? Apparently a law was passed that says the following (and try not to laugh): “On and after September 1, 2024, each local and regional board of education shall provide free menstrual products, as defined in section , in women’s restrooms, all-gender restrooms and at least one men’s restroom, which restrooms are accessible to students in grades three to twelve, inclusive, in each school under the jurisdiction of such boards and in a manner that does not stigmatize any student seeking such products, pursuant to guidelines established by the Commissioner of Public Health under section l. To carry out the provisions of this section, the local and regional boards of education may (1) accept donations of menstrual products and grants from any source for the purpose of purchasing such products, and (2) partner with a nonprofit or community-based organization.”
Of course, the principal referred to the law when he addressed the situation, but if the boys face any consequences for their actions, then we’ll know what side of the sane/insane line the principal stands on. The principal did not need to say how disgusted he was. In fact, he didn’t need to address it at all, so it’s my opinion that he’s a possibly a Democrat who stands with the law, rather than what’s right. And let’s be honest, not all laws are good laws. Some are insanely ridiculous, like this one.
Principal Balanda said they will resinstall the feminine product dispenser in the boys restroom. I hoped he was just abiding by the law to keep himself out of trouble, but once you find out how “disgusted” he is that this happened, then you know his true motives are to live by the law, not quietly ignore it – like he should.
I’d expect the same boys, or others, to dismantle this each and every time it happens. At some point Americans need to realize what’s right and wrong for society and the future of our nation, and putting feminine product dispensers in the wrong bathroom is a step towards degeneracy and lunacy. Just because people pretend to be something, it doesn’t mean the rest of us have to go along with the story.