A transgender man [i.e., a very strange woman] expelled in January from the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown for defying the school’s edict not to use the men’s locker room filed a complaint [Monday] with the Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations, charging the school and its top officials with discriminating against [her].
The complaint is the latest volley in Seamus Johnston’s ongoing battle with Pitt over its transgender policy, one that has drawn the attention of FBI agents investigating bomb threats that have crippled daily life at the Oakland campus. …
Mr. Johnston, 22, and [her] partner, Katherine Anne McCloskey, 56, a transgender woman [i.e., a very strange man], were interviewed [regarding the bomb threats] by agents Wednesday at their apartment in Jackson Township, Cambria County.
When “Mr.” Johnston isn’t sneaking into the men’s locker room or making bomb threats, she is probably cashing checks sent to her by the government as a reward for being a weirdo.
In [her] complaint, Mr. Johnston alleges that the school violated the city code relating to discrimination on the basis of sex and handicap. Mr. Johnston, who was born female but who identifies as male, was adjudged as fully disabled by the Social Security Administration in May “for a variety of emotional liabilities that included gender identity disorder,” the complaint notes.
The lovely couple has not been cooperating with police, refusing to provide handwriting samples. Maybe they could get a sample off the back of “Mr.” Johnston’s disability checks.
On tips from Winston Smith and Sam.