Fronthole women (known in corporate media as “cisgender women” and, in a simpler time, as simply “women”) have been getting prison-raped by transgenders at an alarming rate.
These assaults are nothing if not the natural endpoint of modern feminism. Women getting raped in prison by other women with penises is what victory over the Patriarchy™ looks like, ladies! Bask in your glory. You’ve won.
Let’s survey the damage across the Western world.
In 2021, in the UK, according to The Telegraph, “there were 125 trans prisoners in 2017, 60 of whom were serving sentences for sexual offences. Of those 60, 27 were serving a prison sentence for rape… between 2016 and 2020, there were seven sexual assaults against females in women’s prisons by trans women.”
The corporate media’s preferred way to handle such occurrences is to utterly ignore them, as they do with any newsworthy material that doesn’t promote one of their narratives.
Occasionally, though, when enough grassroots pressure from actual feminists (often derisively termed “trans-exclusionary radical feminists” or TERFs), the corporate media is forced to report on what the trannys do to women in prison.
Via Daily Mail (2022):
“A female prisoner has described her ordeal at the hands of a transgender woman who sexually molested inmates at a women’s jail during a three-month reign of terror.”
“A transgender rapist has been jailed for eight years for attacks on two women before changing gender. But where Isla Bryson should serve that sentence has been the subject of heated debate. There were concerns about the safety of any women held alongside a transgender sex offender placed in a female prison. Bryson was initially remanded to Cornton Vale women’s prison in Stirling, but has since been moved to a men’s jail.”
Obviously, because transgender women are women, full-stop, we know that real women rape multiple other women with their penises. It’s all part of the self-actualization process, a right of passage of sorts. Criticizing the practice is transphobic.
Therefore, it logically follows Isla Bryson, formerly Adam Graham, should be housed with her female compatriots.
The Isla Bryson case struck a public nerve for whatever reason (even though it’s not a rare occurrence). As a result, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon came under rare public criticism, as it was her policy that placed Bryson in the female prison in the first instance.
In the clip below, that basic question “Are transgender women real women?” in the context of prison rape broke her. She proceeded on an unintelligible word-salad answer because she knows that transgender women aren’t real women but she also knows she can’t say so because her own political kin would devour her.
If this woman weren’t a spineless, calculating politician – if she had any balls, in a manner of speaking – she would have simply responded: “Real women generally don’t rape other women with their erect penises. Next question.”
There are many, many more reports of similar rapes of women at the hands of transgenders across the US, Canada, and the UK. But let’s focus on just one more case – one that might shed some light on the incentives, or lack thereof, for the state to remedy such wrongs.
“An inmate at Illinois’ largest women’s prison says she was raped by a transgender inmate who was transferred into her housing unit last year, and claims Illinois Department of Corrections officials conducted a “sham investigation” to help cover up the incident.
In a federal lawsuit filed last week, a Jane Doe inmate at the Logan Correctional Center in central Illinois said that after being sexually assaulted in June 2019, she was coerced by a supervisory officer into denying the attack took place and then punished for filing a “false” complaint under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).”
As Jennifer Bilek at 11th Hour Blog has brilliantly chronicled, the billionaire Pritzker family is one of the foremost funders of transgender propaganda in the world. Given that JD Pritzker currently runs the Illinois government, it’s not hard to imagine why the investigation into that particular transgender prison rape went nowhere.
As detailed in the article, the Pritzkers operate a labyrinthine, spider-like network of “nonprofit” foundations and corporate partners that exercises immense influence over the public discourse on LGBTQ+++™ issues.
An incarcerated transgender woman in California state custody recently petitioned the government to provide him special housing arrangements out of a professed fear of being raped in the male unit:
“I am a transgender woman serving a life sentence at California Medical Facility (CMF)… In my experience, there are serious safety problems for transgender persons in prison… We live under constant threat of either physical and/or sexual assault by other inmates living in the same dormitory. Unfortunately, custodial staff and administration have taken no measures to protect us from these abuses.”
The argument for special housing accommodations for “transgender women” is not without merit: If the transes are housed with fronthole women, they’re liable to do some raping, as has been documented here. On the other hand, if they’re housed with normal men, they’re likely to be raped themselves.
However, there is a significant moral hazard here. Imprisoned men are often desperate to escape hellish prison conditions. If, by “transitioning,” they are granted special housing, is this not an incentive for more men to label themselves women? Once the precedent is set, prison officials will have an administrative nightmare on their hands.
Ben Bartee is an independent Bangkok-based American journalist with opposable thumbs. Follow his stuff via Armageddon Prose and/or Substack, Locals, Gab, and Twitter.
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