Elderly Woman KICKED OUT Of Public Pool For This Crazy Reason!

According to Local News a Washington State grandma has been banded from a community pool run by the YMCA. The reason for the elderly lady’s ban was for reporting a man dressed in a woman’s swimsuit was hanging out in the locker room and watching little girls change.

Julie Jaman, our 80 year old hero, has been swimming at the Mountain View pool, a Port Townsend facility, for over 35 year. Unfortunately, her time at the pool came to an end when the grandmother was informed by the YMCA’s aquatics Manager, Rowen DeLuna, she needed to leave the pool because “children needed the lane” she was using.

Amicably Jaman headed to the women’s showers, where she heard a man’s voice. The Port Townsend Free Press reported that she then turned and saw a biological man named Clementine Adams, allegedly an employee at the pool, “looking at the little girls as they were taking off their suits.”

The Daily Wire reached out to the Mountain View Pool for comment.

“There were gaps in the curtain and there I was, naked, with soap and water on me, and this guy, right there very close to me,” Jaman said. “I asked, ‘Do you have a penis?’ He said, ‘That’s none of your business.’ That’s when I told him, ‘Get out of here, right now.’”

Jaman claims she turned to DeLuna, the aquatics director was outside the shower stall, and said, “Get him out of here.” DeLuna, however, responded, “You’re discriminating and you can’t use the pool anymore and I’m calling the police.”

When the elderly Jaman got dressed and tried to leave the building, the YMCA staff members told her she was not allowed to leave. Jaman then responded, “Bull****! I’m going to the police right now. I want help and I need it immediately.”

Wendy Bart, the CEO of the Olympic Peninsula YMCA, Jaman claims spoke to her later that day. Jaman was told that she was banned from the pool, and the CEO said a staff member claims that Jaman said to Adams, “You’re going to stick your f***ing penis in those little girls.”

Jaman, a mother of two and a grandmother, said she reacted, “I am an 80 year-old woman and I do not talk like that.”

Jaman  went to the city council about the incident, you can see the meeting here:

“My experience after having my swim was hearing a man’s voice in the women’s dressing area and seeing a man in a woman’s swimsuit watching little girls pull down their bathing suits in order to use the toilets in the dressing room. I reacted by telling him to leave, and the consequence is that I have been banned from the pool.”

“There is no signage informing women the shower room is now all-gender and what that means, nor have parents been informed of what they can expect with these new policies,” she continued. “The Y has not provided any dressing shower room options for women who do not want to be exposed to men who identify as women. It is unconscionable that the YMCA would implement these new policies without clearly informing pool patrons and parents.”

She concluded, “The YMCA, the city, the police and sheriffs, the parents, the professionals who assist victims of voyeurism, peeping Toms, pedophilia and assault need to come together figure too out how to make the new policies work for all pool patrons, not just one group. How to keep children, who are less able to discriminate, safe. It is ironic that women who discriminate when a situation threatens their safety or their children — a message from our ancestors — are now accused of discrimination as if they have made someone else a victim.”


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