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Mother of High School rapist: “Anal rape of 15-year-old girl was an accident”

The mother of the rapist suggested the teen should have fought off her son.

The Loudon County, Virginia mother of the “skit-wearing” biologically male student convicted of raping a female in a high school bathroom has come out in defense of her son with a statement blaming the 15-year-old victim for not fighting off her rapist.

In statements made to the media, the woman admitted her “deeply troubled” son was simply experimenting with his gender as part of what she called his “androgynous style.”

According to The Blaze, the mother explained, “He would wear a skirt one day and then the next day, he would wear jeans and a T-shirt, a polo, or hoodie. He was trying to find himself and that involved all kinds of styles. I believe he was doing it because it gave him attention he desperately needed and sought.”

The mother says her son and his victim had discussed the potential of having sex at the high school. When the girl said she did not feel well, the mother admits the teen anally raped his victim, but displayed “genuine concern” at the pain he caused her:

She then said that her son later followed the female teen into the bathroom a second time later in the day, where he ended up advancing on her when she said that she was feeling “much better” than earlier the morning.

The male teen, according to the woman, “depicted the rape as an accident” and said that he didn’t mean to insert himself into her anus.

“He said he was intending for vaginal and it ended up for 10 seconds as anal,” the woman recalled. “He knew she was in pain. He said, ‘Are you okay?” She said that hurt. And he’s like, ‘What kind of pain?'”

The mother then accused the teen of lying about the rape, and as evidence, the mother suggested the 15-year-old should have fought off the male rapist.

“If I was in a position where I was about to be raped, I would be screaming, kicking, everything,” said the convicted rapist’s mother. “You’re 15. You can reasonably defend yourself. You’re not just going to sit there and take it. And so, because there wasn’t a presence of a fight, he felt it was okay to keep going.”

The student was convicted earlier this year, but faces charges related to another alleged rape while enrolled at another school. The transfer to a different school was apparently the district’s solution after the first rape. National File reported:

According to local media reports, the conviction came after a juvenile court judge determined that evidence backed up claims that the 14-year-old “gender-fluid” male had forcibly raped a female student in a girls’ restroom at Loudoun’s Stone Bridge High School.

The assault took place in May of this year in Loudoun County, the focus of national attention regarding Critical Race Theory and other radicalized education materials in the classroom. The assault led to the rapist being removed from Stone Bridge High School and transferred to nearby Broad Run High School, where he stands accused of sexually assaulting yet another female student.

That case has yet to move to trial, and a sentence for the student’s conviction will not be given by the judge until both cases are resolved.

School district officials have been accused of covering up the rapes, and even directed deputies from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office to arrest Scott Smith, the father of the Stone Bridge High School victim, when he showed up to a county school board meeting looking for answers.

Virginia Democratic governor candidate Terry McAuliffe, himself a former governor of the state and failed electric car salesman, has placed himself firmly on the side of school district and school board officials. In a final debate with Republican opponent Glenn Youngkin, the Democrat suggested parents should have no role in the education of their children.

“I’m not going to let parents come into schools and actually take books out and make their own decisions,” McAuliffe declared in the last debate against Youngkin, as reported by The Washington Times, when asked about LGBT pornography being available to students in Virginia schools. “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

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