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Schoolgirl ‘self-harmed’ after being harassed by pro-trans bullies


A schoolgirl who was kicked out of her school by pro-transgender bullies because of her political views claims she was driven to ‘self-harm’ by the incident.

A teenager who allegedly found herself the victim of vicious attacks by pro-transgender bullies at her school has alleged that the bullying drove her to self-harm at the time.

After first coming to light last month, allegations that the schoolgirl was kicked out of school last year for questioning transgender ideology have taken the British political sphere by storm, with well-known names coming to the girl’s defence, while other left-wing activists piled doubt on whether reports of the allegations told the full story.

However, in an interview published by UnHerd on Tuesday, the girl at the center of the controversy reiterated her account of the events, while also alleging that bullying led her to self-harm on school premises.

“I felt their spit on my face,” the girl said, describing an incident when classmates surrounded her, calling her names such as – according to UnHerd – “Nazi, fanatic, fascist, transphobic, homophobic, racist, c**t”.

Additionally, the girl claims the school has done little to improve her situation, isolating her from her peers and allegedly labeling her as someone with a history of provocation.

Eventually, she quit school, saying she couldn’t take the bullying anymore.

The young woman – now 19 and planning to go to university – also took aim at leftist talking head Owen Jones, who job online in response to a story about his story that he wanted to speak “anonymously” to pro-transgender girls who allegedly bullied her outside of school.

“Bringing it out via Twitter – it was vindictive,” the 19-year-old said of Jones’ actions.

“He seemed convinced it was just a case of high school bullying that was made up by a bigot to victimize himself.”

While the allegedly bullied girl perceived the reactions of some in the UK media to be rather hostile to her story, other big names came out to express their support, including Harry Potter author JK Rowling – an outspoken critic of militant transgenderism.

“Totally shameful”, the prolific writer said in a social media post telling the story of the girl’s bullying.

“Add that to the tottering pile of evidence that people in education and academia who are supposed to have a duty of care to young people have succumbed to a surge of quasi-religious bigotry,” she continued.

“The girl’s crime?” Say “sex exists”.

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