The party that claims to be all about women’s rights, really doesn’t want them to have even the most basic rights. Like the right to privacy in the bathroom.
A Kansas state lawmaker said she isn’t thrilled about having to share a restroom with her “huge” transgender Democratic colleague.
Rep. Cheryl Helmer made her stance known in an April 23 email to University of Kansas graduate student Brenan Riffel, who described themselves as trans-feminine, saying “personally I do not appreciate the huge transgender female who is now in our restrooms in the Capitol,” The Washington Times reported.
Helmer was referring to Rep. Stephanie Byers, the state’s first elected transgender lawmaker.
That’s the dude up above. I don’t know his exact size or name, but he seems big. I don’t know that I’d want to share a bathroom with him and we have a gender in common, or meet him in a dark alley.
And yet he’s an expert at playing the victim.
This just means he has enough fodder to be on TV for another month bemoaning the horrible persecution from women that men in dresses face when trying to use the ladies’ room.
And the party that claims to stand for women is attacking yet another woman.
Rep. Byers said this shows the intent of bills aimed at the transgender community.
“Try to defend it over and over again, saying it’s about fairness in women’s sports, but an instance like this comes up and you realize it really isn’t about fairness in women’s sports. It’s a direct attack once again on transgender people,” she said.
Women lose right to exist, men hardest hit. Even though the women are the ones being raped by dudes who claim to be the real women.
A male inmate identifying as a woman has been convicted of raping a female prisoner while housed at the women’s facility at the Rikers Island complex in New York.
Ramel Blount, who goes by the name Diamond Blount, received a sentence of seven years, plus eight years of post-release supervision, after pleading guilty to attempted rape on April 7 in a plea deal, the New York Post reported. Blount must now register as a sex offender.
While he was a resident of the Rose M. Singer Center, the section of the prison exclusively for female detainees and sentenced inmates, Blount violently sexually assaulted a 33-year-old woman in the bathroom on February 8, 2021. After the woman had finished showering, Blount pinned her down by the neck and raped her, investigators said.
But the right of women not to be raped by men in bathrooms must take second billing to the vital importance of enabling the delusions of their rapists.