Schoolgirl ‘Self-Harmed’ After Being Hounded Out of School by Pro-Trans Bullies

Because of her political beliefs, a schoolgirl claims that she was driven to “self-harm” after she being bullied out of her school by pro-transgender students.

The allegations that the schoolgirl was hounded out of school for questioning transgender ideology sparked outrage in the British political sphere, with well-known names coming out in support of the girl, while other leftist activists cast doubt on whether the reports on the allegations were telling the whole story.

“I felt their spit on my face,” the girl stated, recalling an event in which her classmates surrounded her, calling her insults like “Nazi, bigot, fascist, transphobe, homophobe, racist, c**t,” according to UnHerd.

Furthermore, the student argues that the school did little to aid her predicament, isolating her from her peers and accusing her of having a history of provocation.

She eventually quit the school, alleging that she could no longer bear the harassment.

The young woman, who is now 19 years old and considering attending college, also targeted lefty commentator Owen Jones, who said in reaction to a piece about her tale that he wanted to speak “anonymously” to the pro-transgender girls who allegedly bullied her out of school.

“Announcing it via Twitter — that was vindictive,” the 19-year old said of Jones’s actions.

“He seemed convinced it was just a case of high school bullying that was contrived by a bigot to victimise herself.”

While the reportedly bullied girl believes certain members of the British media are opposed to her narrative, others, like J.K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, have come out in favour of her. Rowling is an outspoken opponent of militant transgenderism.

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

“Add this to the tottering pile of evidence that people in education and academia who’re supposed to have a duty of care towards the young have succumbed to an outbreak of quasi-religious fanaticism,” she continued.

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