Only the dullest bulb could not have predicted this…
Last year the state of California passed SB 132, a law that requires the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to record an inmate’s self-reported gender identity, gender pronouns, and titles throughout their term in the facility. They also will allow transgender prison inmates to put in a request to be transferred to a facility that aligns with their gender identity.
I wonder what happened next.
According to a recent report that female inmates in the California prison system say they’re now “prey for men” as correctional facilities prepare for an uptick in rapes and pregnancies following a policy change that allows men who identify as female to be transferred to women’s-only prisons, and right now a female inmate is now pregnant.
Here’s an excerpt report from The Blaze:
A liberal women’s organization, Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF), has reported that at least one woman has become pregnant following California’s law that allows men to identify as women and get sent to a women’s prison – even if they were in prison for violence against women.
Last month, The Daily wire previously reported that California began handing out condoms and Plan B to female inmates who were forced to accept sharing a prison with biological men claiming to be transgender. At the time, the WoLF released a statement about what was being handed out in prisons:
Women incarcerated in California’s largest women’s prison are describing the conditions as “a nightmare’s worst nightmare” after the introduction of new pregnancy resources in the Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF) medical clinics. The new resources are a tacit admission by officials that women should expect to be raped when housed in prison with men, where all sex is considered non-consensual by default within the system.
New posters recently appeared in medical rooms outlining the options available to “pregnant people” in prison, including prenatal care, abortion, and adoption. The poster also declares that women have the right to “contraceptive counseling and your choice of birth control methods by a licensed health care provider within 60-180 days prior to scheduled release date.” However, the only methods available to incarcerated women to prevent pregnancy are condoms, which appeared shortly after the men, and Plan B emergency contraceptives.
The Los Angeles Times reported that since then, The law requiring women’s prisons to accept biologically male prisoners went into effect in January and around 300 male prisoners filed requests to transfer with the state, and only 20 have been processed so far.
According to WoLF, one inmate said, “How do we feel safe in our community? When we reach out for help we get nothing. There has been an assault on a woman and we still are silenced.”