A transgender inmate in Massachusetts is filing a law suit against the state correctional board for not allowing him to be transferred to a female prison.
Yes, a man with male plumbing, is ticked off because the state doesn’t buy into his delusions and support his mental illness and stick him in a facility full of women.
Welcome to the loony bin. Please enjoy your stay.
Via Daily Wire:
A male inmate who claims he is a woman is suing the Massachusetts Department of Correction to force the department to move him from the all-male Massachusetts Correctional Institution in Norfolk to the state women’s prison, MCI-Framingham.
The man, whom the court refers to as “Jane Doe,” is serving a three-to-four-year sentence for a nonviolent drug offense, but also had two prior convictions in 1992 and 1995 for indecent assault and battery on a person over age 14.
Jennifer L. Levi, director of the Transgender Rights Project at GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders, said the 1992 conviction was based on an incident when the inmate was a prostitute who touched the genitals of an undercover male police officer without knowing what he was doing, and the 1995 case, also related to prostitution, was dismissed.
The lawsuit wants prison officials to call the male inmate by the female name he uses. The lawsuit avers that the male inmate has been humiliated by being forced to live, sleep, shower, and use the bathroom with other male inmates, and charges prison officials with violating the Americans with Disabilities Act because he hasn’t been transferred to a women’s prison, which the lawsuit is necessary for gender dysphoria.
Did you ever think in your wildest dreams that you would one day live in an America where men would be fighting to force others to indulge their mental illness and call them women?
Yeah, me either. Yet here we are.
Obviously the state should never allow biological males in a female prison because that creates a safety risk and sets a precedent that could lead to trouble down the road.
This individual should be required to attend some sort of counseling to help them with this very serious disorder and that be a big focus of his stay in the clink.