“I am only asking for respect, that they accept me the way I am and that they let me enter the school with the uniform. What I have are Scottish skirts that are used all over the country,” the cross dresser told Caracol Radio.
Claudia Patricia, with clips in his hair and a cute little blue rucksack with children’s key hangers, in all seriousness claims his rights are being violated.
“They gave me two restrictions. One is that I can not enter the ladies room. If I look like a woman, why can’t I enter the ladies room? and according to a verbal restraint on behalf of the coordinator I am not allowed to socialize with my fellos students,” Caludia Patricia adds.
The school director disagrees with the transvestite and says the courses he attends are in the evenings, when uniforms aren’t required at all.
According to the school’s administration, Claudia Patricia inscribed for the courses as a man. “We didn’t expect him to show up as a woman, like a lady,” night secretary Luis Antonio Rodriguez said.
The school’s refusal to allow the transvestite entry in a girl’s uniform is agreed upon by a large part of the night students.
“It lacks respect going to school with the school uniform. It gives the school and the uniform a bad image (…) he is an older man, has a beard, puts on a wig and has hairy legs,” students of the college say.
Bogotá authorities are looking into Claudia Maria’s complaint.