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Female inmates speak out on the horror of being locked up with male criminals



Women in prison are being subjected to a cruel form of punishment. It does make sense that when a person commits a crime, they suffer the penalty for that crime, but we have for a long time understood it to mean that the punishment should fit the crime.

Does it make sense that a woman, who may not be a violent criminal, should be locked up in a cell for 24 hours with a grown male violent criminal? Because that is what is happening, all in the service of the religion of gender ideology.

Fformer and current female inmates from liberal states like California and Washington are speaking out about gender laws which allow biologically male inmates who identify as female to share prison cells with them.

The article also recounted how one woman shared a cell with men who allegedly sustained a “full erection,” and that many of the women in these prisons are victims of past sexual assaults, so they are feeling the need to arm themselves for protection.

These women spoke to Abigail Shrier, the author of the book “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters,” a book which received much anger and backlash from liberal circles for highlighting the problematic effects of the gender ideology on young girls.

Amie Ichikawa, a former intern who spoke to Shrier explained that Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla does not separate inmates based on severity of crimes, given that women’s facilities are less violent than men’s facilities. This means that in these progressive locations, where men can identify as a woman, they get placed among women who might be there for non-violent crimes. Why are we supposed to take the word of a violent criminal and place them in a women’s facility just because they say they feel like a woman?

“We’re all mixed together,” Ichikawa said. “The people who’ve murdered their children are in the same room as the people who’ve stolen boxers from Walmart.” Shrier noted that the former and present inmates she spoke to said “female guards at Chowchilla are as upset as the inmates by the law, recognizing that men are far more violent.”