Two Women In Female-Only New Jersey Prison Are Pregnant After ACLU Lawsuit Forces Jail To House Transgender Inmates
· Apr 14, 2022 ·

In a New Jersey jail that's supposed to house only women, two of the women have somehow – mysteriously – become impregnated by their fellow inmates after "trans women" were allowed inside.

Now, I'm not a biologist, but I do see the news every day. So I think I have a pretty good idea of how this could happen.


Libs: "Trans women ARE women!"

Reality: "Trans women are dudes."

From the Daily Mail:

Two women at New Jersey's only all-women's prison have both fallen pregnant after having sex with transgender inmates.

The pregnant women, who were not identified, are housed at the embattled Edna Mahan Correctional Facility, in Clinton, which New Jersey Governor announced plans to close last year.

Prison bosses said that in both instances, the sex was consensual.

It is unclear if the women had sex with the same transgender inmate, or if it was two different inmates. Edna Mahan houses 27 transgender prisoners, and over 800 women altogether. It is also unclear how far along the two inmates are, and whether they plan to continue with their respective pregnancies. An investigation has been launched.

Translation: This prison houses 27 men and there are 800 women for them to prey on.

The correctional facility began to house transgender women [sic] - including those that have yet to undergo gender reassignment surgery - last year.

That came as part of a settlement following a lawsuit brought by a trans woman and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Jersey.

ACLU legal director Jeanne LoCicero defended on Tuesday the policy, saying it ensured the rights of trans prisoners were not violated.

'[It's] in line with New Jersey's strong anti-discrimination laws that prevent discrimination and harassment on the basis of gender identity,' she told local news outlet

Edna Mahan, the only women's prison in the Garden State, does not require transgender inmates to proceed with reassignment surgery in order to be housed at the correctional.

Full-grown men are being housed in a women's prison and the women are getting pregnant.

And they're surprised?

Edna Mahan began housing transgender inmates in July 2021, as the result of a lawsuit filed in 2019 by a transgender woman who said she was forced to live in men's prisons for a year and a half.

The policy also offers greater protections for transgender, intersex and nonbinary people in state prisons, most importantly by housing them based on the gender they identify with rather than by sex assigned at birth.

Inmates can provide information about their gender identity at any time during their incarceration, under the policy.

Other protections include single-cell housing while final housing determinations are being made; being able to shower separately from other inmates; the right to have input into housing decisions and to appeal those decisions, and a prohibition of physical examinations to determine an inmate's genital status.

At any time AFTER being arrested and sent to jail, these criminals can suddenly decide that they are transgender and sent to the other prison.

The policy requires people to be sent to whatever prison matches their identity, which raises the question: Where do the non-binary serve time?

We have entered Clown World, and reality and biology are fighting back hard.

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