The Impact of Transgender Policies on Women’s Safety in Prisons

Data from Wisconsin and other studies have revealed a troubling trend that challenges the narrative pushed by Democrats about who truly needs protection from violence.

The focus on appeasing transgender individuals by the left is not only affecting prisons but is also impacting women’s rights in various areas such as sports, bathrooms, locker rooms, entertainment, and advertising.

One example is Lia Thomas, a transgender woman, whose presence in the women’s locker room and her victory in NCAA Division 1 has sparked controversy.

Another instance involves a nonbinary rugby player, previously known as the “hardest hitter” on the men’s team, who reportedly injured three players during a women’s rugby match. It appears that no women’s space is safe from this intrusion.

A shocking report from The Daily Signal reveals that over half of the male inmates identifying as transgender in the Wisconsin Department of Corrections have been convicted of sexual assault or sexual abuse.

Out of 161 male inmates claiming to be transgender, 81 have been convicted of at least one count of sexual assault or sexual abuse, including crimes such as child exploitation, rape, and incest.

The Department of Corrections has not disclosed whether these inmates are housed in male or female facilities, but state policy suggests that transgender inmates could be placed in facilities that do not align with their biological sex.

Despite these alarming statistics, Democrats continue to advocate for policies that could potentially place predatory men in women’s spaces.

The Equality Act, introduced in both the 116th and 117th Congress, aims to prohibit discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

This means that institutions like prisons would not be able to prevent men who identify as women from entering women’s spaces.

President Joe Biden and his administration have been strong supporters of the Equality Act, arguing that it would provide much-needed federal civil rights protections to transgender and LGBTQI+ Americans.

They believe that this law is essential for addressing the high levels of violence against transgender individuals. In addition to promoting the Equality Act, the Biden administration plans to improve protections for transgender individuals in prisons.

This includes better access to gender-affirming care and the possibility for inmates to be placed in facilities that align with their gender identity.

This issue is not limited to Wisconsin. A law implemented in California in January 2021 allows male inmates, including serial rapists, to be transferred to women’s prisons based on individual preference.

Following the implementation of this law, hundreds of male inmates requested transfers to women’s prisons, leading to the distribution of contraceptives such as condoms and Plan B to manage potential consequences.

Studies have shown that male inmates identifying as women have disproportionately higher rates of criminal behavior compared to their female counterparts. In one study conducted by the Correctional Service of Canada, 82% of transgender inmates who committed sex crimes were men identifying as women.

This article appeared in FreshOffThePress and has been published here with permission.

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