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Washington woman who screamed obscenities at trans YMCA employee somehow shocked at being banned

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A bigoted Washington woman facing consequences for her actions this week has TERF Island all in a tizzy.Julie Jaman alleges she heard a “man’s voice” while showering at her local YMCA pool in Port Townsend and immediately confronted the woman who’d spoken.“I asked if he had a penis and he said it was none of my business,” she told local news radio KIRO. “I told that man to ‘get out right now!'”The woman in question is Clementine Adams, a YMCA employee.

Despite being in the locker room doing her job, her mere presence set the 80-year-old Karen off.Related: Lia Thomas made history simply by being who she is and doing what she lovesOlympic Peninsula YMCA CEO Wendy Bart claims that Jaman began shouting obscenities in the building, screaming at the young woman, “you’re going to stick your f*cking penis in those little girls.”As she tried to incite the other employees, YMCA Aquatics Manager Rowen DeLuna stopped her in her tracks.“You’re discriminating and you can’t use the pool anymore,” she allegedly told Jawan.

When the woman wouldn’t leave, DeLuna called the police and had her escorted out.Police notes from the incident reportedly detail Jaman having “an emotional response,” repeatedly “screaming” and “refusing to leave,” just as the YMCA staffers allege.Related: Chick-fil-a f*cked around with the wrong trans woman and now it’s about to find outWhile Jaman claims to have a great history with the location, the YMCA staff all tells a different story.“Julie Jaman was permanently suspended from the Mountain View Pool due to her repeatedly violating our Code of Conduct, specifically, using disrespectful words or gestures toward YMCA staff or others; abusive, harassing and/or obscene language or gestures toward YMCA staff or.

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