Probably had a crush on him and was hoping he could convince the other student to reciprocate his feelings. I don’t see what the problem is. They want to be recognized for what they are, and when other people react differently then they desire, they throw a hissy fit. This would be like putting a girl in a room with a creepy guy to sleep for the night. No one wants to feel uncomfortable when trying to sleep.
The tranny on the girls basketball team in CAL gets to sleep in the same room as a team mate when they go on the road, and use the same showers as the girls.
The first girl to complains is going to get hit with hate crime charges
Exactly. This kid must have been “loud and proud” and essentially “parading” what he is. Because, frankly, when I was in Catholic high school in the 70s, it later turned out a few of my male classmates were gay. HOWEVER, back then they kept it to themselves, didn’t “parade” “look at me” garbage, and pretty much minded their own beeswax. They had NO problems getting through school.
This kid in the article was very “out.” What NORMAL boy would want to be in a hotel room alone with some other kid who they felt like was looking at their rear end as an “opportunity?”