The state of California is reportedly offering contraceptives — including Plan B — to female inmates forced to stay with men identifying as “transgender.”
California is now purporting that some of their female inmates have a biological ability to both be pregnant (because they are, in fact, female) and impregnate other females. These curious species that California calls “transgender women,” are known to science as hermaphrodites.
I know this fact well because right before puberty when I was about 12, I went through a weird (but short) phase when I thought I might turn into one. It scared me to death. A child’s imagination often runs wild, and that is why we don’t trust children with life-altering decisions, like mutilating body parts through “transgender” surgeries, or – paging California – voting. But getting back to hermaphrodites, I would probably feel less freaked out as a child if I knew that one day I’d be living in a society where it’s considered really cool to be one.
The Women’s Liberation Front — a left-wing feminist organization that opposes gender identity legislation due to its negative effects upon women and children — revealed that corrections facilities are now offering contraceptives as a result of the policy:
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.
Two months ago, Right Wire Report discussed the horror that Bill 132 would unleash on the female inmates serving time in California prisons. Because California prisons are now giving contraceptives to their female inmates, the only conclusion we can make is either there is something in California water that is turning people into hermaphrodites, or rape is now legal in California prisons.