Women in prison claim they are scared, especially the ones who share a cell with a transgender woman who has a full erection. They say they are afraid to make a complaint because they hold it against them. I am assuming it is because of political correctness.
They say that the guards get upset if a report is made. I don’t think it’s because they just don’t care, it’s because if they raise a stink they could find themselves in trouble.
Many women are arming themselves because of the huge transgender women and whether they need to be afraid or not, they are. Is it really fair to them to have to room with someone who could possibly rape them?
Again, it may not be a real danger but just the fact that they are scared seems like a good enough reason to room the transgenders together in the same cell. Perhaps they are afraid they would engage in sexual acts maybe not.
These women spoke to Abigail Shrier, author of “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.”
Former inmate Tyrina Griffin told Shrier:
“Many of the men who are transferring there aren’t even on hormonal medication.”
“They’re getting a full erection. So you’re locked in this room, 24/7, with a man and there’s nothing you can do about it. If you tell the police you don’t want to live with a man, or you’re afraid or whatever, you’ll get a disciplinary infraction. So you’re basically punished for being scared.”
Another former inmate, Amie Ichikawa, told Shrier that many of the prisons do not separate inmates by the severity of their crimes.
She said that the transgender woman could be a murderer and they could be placed in a cell with someone who was caught shoplifting.
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Griffin told Shrier that such gender policies have made prisons “more of a war zone” (emphasis added):
In Washington state, which has a similar law, one male inmate who transferred into the women’s prison was a serial killer of women. “They might as well go ahead and start dropping the women off at San Quentin or Pelican Bay or one of the hard-core men’s prisons,” Ms. Griffin said.
She added that women inside the prison are looking for ways to arm themselves. “They made it into a more of a war zone, to me, because I know women who are like, ‘I refuse to live with a man, and if I have to make me a prison knife to defend myself, then I’m going to do that.’ . . . I mean, you know how strong men are.
Imagine one woman trying to defend herself against this big ol’ man, and the men coming in, they are like 6-foot-5, 6-foot-6, 300 pounds. These men look like Hercules compared to these little women. Can you fault the woman for actually trying to defend herself?”