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Apr 7, 2021 10:21:32   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women's prisons

'Men are coming': Hundreds of inmates request transfer to women's prisons since January
'Be prepared for the worst'

By Mary Margaret Olohan
Daily Caller News Foundation

Since January, 261 California prison inmates have requested transfers to prisons aligning with their gender identity, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the Daily Caller News Foundation Tuesday.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed S.B. 132 into law in January, a bill that requires the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to ask every individual entering the department’s custody to specify their pronouns, their gender identity, and whether they identify as transgender, nonbinary, or intersex.

The law prevents CDCR from disciplining the individual if that individual refuses to give this information, allows for the information to be updated later on, and requires staff to use the gender pronouns that the individual requested.

It also requires that CDCR house the individual in a “correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” Similar legislation has been passed in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Since the bill went into effect in January, 261 inmates have requested “gender based housing” transfers, the CDCR told the DCNF Tuesday. The vast majority of these requests were from inmates requesting to be transferred to female facilities, and only six inmates did not request to be in a women’s facility.

“255 are from transgender women and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a female institution and six are from transgender men and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a male institution,” Deputy Press Secretary Terry Thornton told the DCNF.

CDCR has not denied a single gender-based housing request, the spokesman confirmed.

The CDCR has approved 21 of the requests, and four of these 21 have been transferred to Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla.

“Two of the 21 have changed their minds,” Thornton said. The spokesman said that as of April 2, 1,129 incarcerated people self-identify as transgender, non-binary and intersex.

Prison inmates at Chowchilla told the Los Angeles Times that “men are coming” and that the prisoners should anticipate sexual violence.

“That if we think it’s bad now, be prepared for the worst. That it’s going to be off the hook, it’s going to be jumping,” 41-year-old Tomiekia Johnson told the publication that staffers said. “They say we’re going to need a facility that’s going to be like a maternity ward. They say we’re going to have an inmate program where inmates become nannies.”

Prisoners fear that inmates requesting transfers are lying about their gender identity in order to be transferred to women’s prisons, the LA Times reported. This has slowed down the transfer process, according to the publication.

Thornton told the LA Times that meetings and discussions “have helped to dispel any fears” and that “a person’s gender identity is self-reported and CDCR will evaluate any request submitted by an incarcerated person for gender-based housing.”

The prison system requested several million dollars from California for implementing the law, Thornton said.

https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/men-coming-255-inmates-request-transfer-womens-prisons-since-january/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=wnd-newsletter&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=newsletter&ats_es=8fb799e06563a601f50b5fdaf395b859

Apr 7, 2021 10:43:07   #
SWMBO
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women's prisons

'Men are coming': Hundreds of inmates request transfer to women's prisons since January
'Be prepared for the worst'

By Mary Margaret Olohan
Daily Caller News Foundation

Since January, 261 California prison inmates have requested transfers to prisons aligning with their gender identity, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the Daily Caller News Foundation Tuesday.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed S.B. 132 into law in January, a bill that requires the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to ask every individual entering the department’s custody to specify their pronouns, their gender identity, and whether they identify as transgender, nonbinary, or intersex.

The law prevents CDCR from disciplining the individual if that individual refuses to give this information, allows for the information to be updated later on, and requires staff to use the gender pronouns that the individual requested.

It also requires that CDCR house the individual in a “correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” Similar legislation has been passed in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Since the bill went into effect in January, 261 inmates have requested “gender based housing” transfers, the CDCR told the DCNF Tuesday. The vast majority of these requests were from inmates requesting to be transferred to female facilities, and only six inmates did not request to be in a women’s facility.

“255 are from transgender women and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a female institution and six are from transgender men and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a male institution,” Deputy Press Secretary Terry Thornton told the DCNF.

CDCR has not denied a single gender-based housing request, the spokesman confirmed.

The CDCR has approved 21 of the requests, and four of these 21 have been transferred to Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla.

“Two of the 21 have changed their minds,” Thornton said. The spokesman said that as of April 2, 1,129 incarcerated people self-identify as transgender, non-binary and intersex.

Prison inmates at Chowchilla told the Los Angeles Times that “men are coming” and that the prisoners should anticipate sexual violence.

“That if we think it’s bad now, be prepared for the worst. That it’s going to be off the hook, it’s going to be jumping,” 41-year-old Tomiekia Johnson told the publication that staffers said. “They say we’re going to need a facility that’s going to be like a maternity ward. They say we’re going to have an inmate program where inmates become nannies.”

Prisoners fear that inmates requesting transfers are lying about their gender identity in order to be transferred to women’s prisons, the LA Times reported. This has slowed down the transfer process, according to the publication.

Thornton told the LA Times that meetings and discussions “have helped to dispel any fears” and that “a person’s gender identity is self-reported and CDCR will evaluate any request submitted by an incarcerated person for gender-based housing.”

The prison system requested several million dollars from California for implementing the law, Thornton said.

https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/men-coming-255-inmates-request-transfer-womens-prisons-since-january/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=wnd-newsletter&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=newsletter&ats_es=8fb799e06563a601f50b5fdaf395b859
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So, just by saying that he is now a she, the "person" can share a cell and shower with a biological women who will be unable to defend herself against the assaults that will happen. If a male insists that he is really a woman then he must be willing to be castrated (preferably with a knife, and no anesthetic) I wonder how many of these "females" would be willing to do that.

Apr 7, 2021 10:48:19   #
skyrider
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women's prisons

'Men are coming': Hundreds of inmates request transfer to women's prisons since January
'Be prepared for the worst'

By Mary Margaret Olohan
Daily Caller News Foundation

Since January, 261 California prison inmates have requested transfers to prisons aligning with their gender identity, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the Daily Caller News Foundation Tuesday.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed S.B. 132 into law in January, a bill that requires the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to ask every individual entering the department’s custody to specify their pronouns, their gender identity, and whether they identify as transgender, nonbinary, or intersex.

The law prevents CDCR from disciplining the individual if that individual refuses to give this information, allows for the information to be updated later on, and requires staff to use the gender pronouns that the individual requested.

It also requires that CDCR house the individual in a “correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” Similar legislation has been passed in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Since the bill went into effect in January, 261 inmates have requested “gender based housing” transfers, the CDCR told the DCNF Tuesday. The vast majority of these requests were from inmates requesting to be transferred to female facilities, and only six inmates did not request to be in a women’s facility.

“255 are from transgender women and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a female institution and six are from transgender men and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a male institution,” Deputy Press Secretary Terry Thornton told the DCNF.

CDCR has not denied a single gender-based housing request, the spokesman confirmed.

The CDCR has approved 21 of the requests, and four of these 21 have been transferred to Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla.

“Two of the 21 have changed their minds,” Thornton said. The spokesman said that as of April 2, 1,129 incarcerated people self-identify as transgender, non-binary and intersex.

Prison inmates at Chowchilla told the Los Angeles Times that “men are coming” and that the prisoners should anticipate sexual violence.

“That if we think it’s bad now, be prepared for the worst. That it’s going to be off the hook, it’s going to be jumping,” 41-year-old Tomiekia Johnson told the publication that staffers said. “They say we’re going to need a facility that’s going to be like a maternity ward. They say we’re going to have an inmate program where inmates become nannies.”

Prisoners fear that inmates requesting transfers are lying about their gender identity in order to be transferred to women’s prisons, the LA Times reported. This has slowed down the transfer process, according to the publication.

Thornton told the LA Times that meetings and discussions “have helped to dispel any fears” and that “a person’s gender identity is self-reported and CDCR will evaluate any request submitted by an incarcerated person for gender-based housing.”

The prison system requested several million dollars from California for implementing the law, Thornton said.

https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/men-coming-255-inmates-request-transfer-womens-prisons-since-january/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=wnd-newsletter&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=newsletter&ats_es=8fb799e06563a601f50b5fdaf395b859
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women... (show quote)


"Prisoners fear that inmates requesting transfers are lying about their gender identity in order to be transferred to women’s prisons, the LA Times reported."

Ya Think????

 
 
Apr 7, 2021 11:02:46   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
SWMBO wrote:
So, just by saying that he is now a she, the "person" can share a cell and shower with a biological women who will be unable to defend herself against the assaults that will happen. If a male insists that he is really a woman then he must be willing to be castrated (preferably with a knife, and no anesthetic) I wonder how many of these "females" would be willing to do that.


Castrate them with an "Old Timer" pocket knife. I have one I've carried for years. It even has one of it's 3 blades that is designed to be used as a scalpel. I grew up on a farm and have castrated probably hundreds of barrows "young male pigs not used for breeding". After castrating them I throw the removed nuts into a bucket for processing later and paint the wound with pine tar for protection against the elements. That's what should be done with these dudes soon to become dude'etts.

Apr 7, 2021 11:07:05   #
skyrider
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Castrate them with an "Old Timer" pocket knife. I have one I've carried for years. It even has one of it's 3 blades that is designed to be used as a scalpel. I grew up on a farm and have castrated probably hundreds of barrows "young male pigs not used for breeding". After castrating them I throw the removed nuts into a bucket for processing later and paint the wound with pine tar for protection against the elements. That's what should be done with these dudes soon to become dude'etts.
Castrate them with an "Old Timer" pocket... (show quote)


Thoroughly agree.

Apr 7, 2021 11:19:58   #
SWMBO
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Castrate them with an "Old Timer" pocket knife. I have one I've carried for years. It even has one of it's 3 blades that is designed to be used as a scalpel. I grew up on a farm and have castrated probably hundreds of barrows "young male pigs not used for breeding". After castrating them I throw the removed nuts into a bucket for processing later and paint the wound with pine tar for protection against the elements. That's what should be done with these dudes soon to become dude'etts.
Castrate them with an "Old Timer" pocket... (show quote)


Excellent idea. I grew up on a farm, helped my father and brother castrate calves And even at my age (close to 80) I could help out as I have helped the neighbor castrate lots of goats. One of "our boys" as three pet goats that were part of that group and Pete has won a lot of contests with the 3 wethers doing their tricks. I gather that you are getting as POed as I am with the fraud in the White House and his troup of monkeys.

Apr 7, 2021 11:23:49   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women's prisons

'Men are coming': Hundreds of inmates request transfer to women's prisons since January
'Be prepared for the worst'

By Mary Margaret Olohan
Daily Caller News Foundation

Since January, 261 California prison inmates have requested transfers to prisons aligning with their gender identity, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the Daily Caller News Foundation Tuesday.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed S.B. 132 into law in January, a bill that requires the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to ask every individual entering the department’s custody to specify their pronouns, their gender identity, and whether they identify as transgender, nonbinary, or intersex.

The law prevents CDCR from disciplining the individual if that individual refuses to give this information, allows for the information to be updated later on, and requires staff to use the gender pronouns that the individual requested.

It also requires that CDCR house the individual in a “correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” Similar legislation has been passed in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Since the bill went into effect in January, 261 inmates have requested “gender based housing” transfers, the CDCR told the DCNF Tuesday. The vast majority of these requests were from inmates requesting to be transferred to female facilities, and only six inmates did not request to be in a women’s facility.

“255 are from transgender women and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a female institution and six are from transgender men and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a male institution,” Deputy Press Secretary Terry Thornton told the DCNF.

CDCR has not denied a single gender-based housing request, the spokesman confirmed.

The CDCR has approved 21 of the requests, and four of these 21 have been transferred to Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla.

“Two of the 21 have changed their minds,” Thornton said. The spokesman said that as of April 2, 1,129 incarcerated people self-identify as transgender, non-binary and intersex.

Prison inmates at Chowchilla told the Los Angeles Times that “men are coming” and that the prisoners should anticipate sexual violence.

“That if we think it’s bad now, be prepared for the worst. That it’s going to be off the hook, it’s going to be jumping,” 41-year-old Tomiekia Johnson told the publication that staffers said. “They say we’re going to need a facility that’s going to be like a maternity ward. They say we’re going to have an inmate program where inmates become nannies.”

Prisoners fear that inmates requesting transfers are lying about their gender identity in order to be transferred to women’s prisons, the LA Times reported. This has slowed down the transfer process, according to the publication.

Thornton told the LA Times that meetings and discussions “have helped to dispel any fears” and that “a person’s gender identity is self-reported and CDCR will evaluate any request submitted by an incarcerated person for gender-based housing.”

The prison system requested several million dollars from California for implementing the law, Thornton said.

https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/men-coming-255-inmates-request-transfer-womens-prisons-since-january/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=wnd-newsletter&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=newsletter&ats_es=8fb799e06563a601f50b5fdaf395b859
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women... (show quote)



 
 
Apr 7, 2021 11:40:16   #
EmilyD
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women's prisons

'Men are coming': Hundreds of inmates request transfer to women's prisons since January
'Be prepared for the worst'

By Mary Margaret Olohan
Daily Caller News Foundation

Since January, 261 California prison inmates have requested transfers to prisons aligning with their gender identity, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the Daily Caller News Foundation Tuesday.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed S.B. 132 into law in January, a bill that requires the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to ask every individual entering the department’s custody to specify their pronouns, their gender identity, and whether they identify as transgender, nonbinary, or intersex.

The law prevents CDCR from disciplining the individual if that individual refuses to give this information, allows for the information to be updated later on, and requires staff to use the gender pronouns that the individual requested.

It also requires that CDCR house the individual in a “correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” Similar legislation has been passed in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Since the bill went into effect in January, 261 inmates have requested “gender based housing” transfers, the CDCR told the DCNF Tuesday. The vast majority of these requests were from inmates requesting to be transferred to female facilities, and only six inmates did not request to be in a women’s facility.

“255 are from transgender women and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a female institution and six are from transgender men and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a male institution,” Deputy Press Secretary Terry Thornton told the DCNF.

CDCR has not denied a single gender-based housing request, the spokesman confirmed.

The CDCR has approved 21 of the requests, and four of these 21 have been transferred to Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla.

“Two of the 21 have changed their minds,” Thornton said. The spokesman said that as of April 2, 1,129 incarcerated people self-identify as transgender, non-binary and intersex.

Prison inmates at Chowchilla told the Los Angeles Times that “men are coming” and that the prisoners should anticipate sexual violence.

“That if we think it’s bad now, be prepared for the worst. That it’s going to be off the hook, it’s going to be jumping,” 41-year-old Tomiekia Johnson told the publication that staffers said. “They say we’re going to need a facility that’s going to be like a maternity ward. They say we’re going to have an inmate program where inmates become nannies.”

Prisoners fear that inmates requesting transfers are lying about their gender identity in order to be transferred to women’s prisons, the LA Times reported. This has slowed down the transfer process, according to the publication.

Thornton told the LA Times that meetings and discussions “have helped to dispel any fears” and that “a person’s gender identity is self-reported and CDCR will evaluate any request submitted by an incarcerated person for gender-based housing.”

The prison system requested several million dollars from California for implementing the law, Thornton said.

https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/men-coming-255-inmates-request-transfer-womens-prisons-since-january/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=wnd-newsletter&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=newsletter&ats_es=8fb799e06563a601f50b5fdaf395b859
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women... (show quote)


Hmmm. I wonder how many inmate females are requesting to be transferred to men's prisons...what if their pronoun of choice is "he, him, his...shouldn't s/he automatically be transferred to a "male" prison? Just curious.

Apr 7, 2021 12:42:24   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
SWMBO wrote:
Excellent idea. I grew up on a farm, helped my father and brother castrate calves And even at my age (close to 80) I could help out as I have helped the neighbor castrate lots of goats. One of "our boys" as three pet goats that were part of that group and Pete has won a lot of contests with the 3 wethers doing their tricks. I gather that you are getting as POed as I am with the fraud in the White House and his troup of monkeys.


I remember that to prepare the nuts for cooking you had to almost freeze them to make it easier to remove the tough skin.

Apr 7, 2021 13:38:48   #
SWMBO
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
I remember that to prepare the nuts for cooking you had to almost freeze them to make it easier to remove the tough skin.
I remember that to prepare the nuts for cooking yo... (show quote)


Since we did not EVER eat them, we just took them up in the woods and let the coyotes eat them

Apr 7, 2021 14:31:55   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
SWMBO wrote:
Since we did not EVER eat them, we just took them up in the woods and let the coyotes eat them


We coated them with cracker crumbs and deep fried them...they B good.

 
 
Apr 7, 2021 16:11:57   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
Oldsailor65 wrote:
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women's prisons

'Men are coming': Hundreds of inmates request transfer to women's prisons since January
'Be prepared for the worst'

By Mary Margaret Olohan
Daily Caller News Foundation

Since January, 261 California prison inmates have requested transfers to prisons aligning with their gender identity, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the Daily Caller News Foundation Tuesday.

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed S.B. 132 into law in January, a bill that requires the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to ask every individual entering the department’s custody to specify their pronouns, their gender identity, and whether they identify as transgender, nonbinary, or intersex.

The law prevents CDCR from disciplining the individual if that individual refuses to give this information, allows for the information to be updated later on, and requires staff to use the gender pronouns that the individual requested.

It also requires that CDCR house the individual in a “correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” Similar legislation has been passed in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Since the bill went into effect in January, 261 inmates have requested “gender based housing” transfers, the CDCR told the DCNF Tuesday. The vast majority of these requests were from inmates requesting to be transferred to female facilities, and only six inmates did not request to be in a women’s facility.

“255 are from transgender women and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a female institution and six are from transgender men and non-binary incarcerated people who are requesting to be housed in a male institution,” Deputy Press Secretary Terry Thornton told the DCNF.

CDCR has not denied a single gender-based housing request, the spokesman confirmed.

The CDCR has approved 21 of the requests, and four of these 21 have been transferred to Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla.

“Two of the 21 have changed their minds,” Thornton said. The spokesman said that as of April 2, 1,129 incarcerated people self-identify as transgender, non-binary and intersex.

Prison inmates at Chowchilla told the Los Angeles Times that “men are coming” and that the prisoners should anticipate sexual violence.

“That if we think it’s bad now, be prepared for the worst. That it’s going to be off the hook, it’s going to be jumping,” 41-year-old Tomiekia Johnson told the publication that staffers said. “They say we’re going to need a facility that’s going to be like a maternity ward. They say we’re going to have an inmate program where inmates become nannies.”

Prisoners fear that inmates requesting transfers are lying about their gender identity in order to be transferred to women’s prisons, the LA Times reported. This has slowed down the transfer process, according to the publication.

Thornton told the LA Times that meetings and discussions “have helped to dispel any fears” and that “a person’s gender identity is self-reported and CDCR will evaluate any request submitted by an incarcerated person for gender-based housing.”

The prison system requested several million dollars from California for implementing the law, Thornton said.

https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/men-coming-255-inmates-request-transfer-womens-prisons-since-january/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=wnd-newsletter&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=newsletter&ats_es=8fb799e06563a601f50b5fdaf395b859
Hundreds of inmate dudes request transfer to women... (show quote)


So, put them in women's prisons and house them in separate wards for trannies only. Just never let them mingle with the real women under any circumstances.

Apr 7, 2021 16:41:38   #
Oldsailor65 Loc: Iowa
 
LogicallyRight wrote:
So, put them in women's prisons and house them in separate wards for trannies only. Just never let them mingle with the real women under any circumstances.


I agree with you on that...the actual males would not like living with the tranneys.
I don't believe that men should even work at women's prisons and I don't believe that women should work at men's prisons.

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