Kalya Lemieux, the biological male shop teacher from Oakville, Ontario infamous for wearing giant prosthetic breasts to class, was caught on camera jumping out of a plane on October 31 with Voodoopornstar, a man who referred to himself as a "conservative pornstar skydiver."
While the prosthetic breasts survived the journey back down to earth, Lemieux's blonde wig flew off while in the air.
"Taking the #Oakville #transgender shop teacher on a skydive," Voodoopornstar posted to Twitter, prophesizing that there was no way the wig would stay on.
"All it took was one bump from the camera man and their [sic] goes the wig folks," Voodoopornstar said, adding, "I think dudes real hair looks better anyway."
"I don't care who you are or how crazy you are," he noted. "I'll always throw anyone out of a plane."
"Even if I disagree with your identity politics," Voodoopornstar said in a follow-up post, "in person I treat everyone with respect and curtesy [sic]. That's the difference between a conservative and a liberal these days."
Images of the outing were not widely shared or picked up by the media until days or even weeks later, suggesting that this was perhaps not intended to be a publicity stunt.
Lemieux first rose to fame in September when images of Lemieux teaching shop class at Oakville Trafalgar High School wearing short shorts, a blonde wig, and massive prosthetic breasts went viral on social media.
The school defended Lemieux in the name of "maintaining a safe, caring, inclusive, equitable, and welcoming learning and working environment for all," however Ontario's education minister stepped in and politely asked that the institution's dress code be reevaluated.
Many parents and students protested the school's decision to allow the "fetish teacher" to dress in such a way in front of kids, however, Lemieux has not been asked by the school to change what Lemieux wears to class.
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