Analyst Available: 255 ‘Transgender’ Inmates Request Transfer To Women’s Prisons After California Passes New Law

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GENDER/SOCIETY ANALYST: Karen Straughan, is a critic of feminism and an advocate for men’s rights based in Edmonton Alberta Canada. A mother of three children, she’s best known for her infamous YouTube channel “girlwriteswhat.” She participates regularly on a group men’s issues podcast known as Honey Badger Radio, and has given presentations on feminism, men and masculinity across North America.
Two-hundred sixty-one California state prisoners have requested transfers to facilities that house the opposite gender since a new law went into effect on Jan. 1 — and 255 of them have requested to move from a male to a female corrections facility.

The law, SB 132, provides that a prisoner who self-identifies who is “transgender, nonbinary, or intersex” must be “addressed in a manner consistent with the incarcerated individual’s gender identity,” and be “housed at a correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” The law applies “regardless of anatomy.” Governor Gavin Newsom signed the law last September, declaring on that occasion that “our march toward equality takes an additional step forward.”

Karen‘s personal motto is that anti-feminism is the radical notion that women are adults…

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