• June 19, 2024

SICK: Transgender Just Got Two Female Inmates PREGNANT At Women’s Prison!

On Wednesday, two New Jersey inmates staying serving their sentences at Edna Mahan Correctional Facility became pregnant after sexual contact with a transgender inmate –  a man who identifies as a woman.

The double pregnancy occurs less than a year after the state began adopting new radical gender theory practices in its prison system, which includes placing inmates in the facility based on their gender identification, The Daily Wire noted.

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Daily Mail report said:

Edna Mahan houses 27 transgender prisoners, and over 800 women altogether. It is also unclear how far along the two inmates are, and whether they plan to continue with their respective pregnancies. An investigation has been launched. 

The correctional facility began to house transgender women – including those that have yet to undergo gender reassignment surgery – last year.

NBC report also added:

New Jersey enacted a policy in 2021 which allows prisoners to be placed in facilities in accordance with the gender identity of their own preference, according to the New York Post. Inmates can provide their gender identity preference at any time during their incarceration, according to the policy.

That policy reportedly came after a transgender woman, who was supported by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Jersey, successfully won a settlement in their civil rights lawsuit against the state after she was forced to reside in a men’s prison for 18 months.

When I was forced to live in men’s prisons, I was terrified I wouldn’t make it out alive. Those memories still haunt me.” the transgender woman, identified in court papers as Sonia Doe, said in a statement last year according to DailyMail.com. “Though I still have nightmares about that time, it’s a relief to know that as a result of my experience the NJDOC has adopted substantial policy changes so no person should be subjected to the horrors I survived.

Sperrazza told the Daily Mail “While DOC cannot comment on any specific disciplinary or housing decisions that may be considered in light of these events, the Department always reserves all options to ensure the health and safety of the individuals in its custody.”

On Tuesday, ACLU legal director Jeanne LoCicero defended the policy, saying it ensured the rights of trans prisoners were not violated.

“[It’s] in line with New Jersey’s strong anti-discrimination laws that prevent discrimination and harassment on the basis of gender identity,” LoCicero said.

“We opposed this policy change believing it would be detrimental to the general population of female inmates being housed at Edna Mahan and also bring added stress to our correctional police officers assigned to this institution,” she added.

Edna Mahan, the only women’s prison in the Garden State, does not require transgender inmates to proceed with reassignment surgery in order to be housed at the correctional.

Sources: Daily Wire, Daily Mail, NBC News

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