In June this year a video emerged of a confrontation at WiSpa after a man exposed himself in a female only change room. The man claimed he was a transgender woman and that this was a severe case of transphobia. Protests followed where trans supporters became very violent against those defending the biological sex-based rights of women.
This week, The Post reported that indecent-exposure charges have been “discreetly” filed against the Wi Spa intruder. “Sources with knowledge of the case but not authorized to speak publicly say four women and a minor girl came forward to allege that Darren Agee Merager was partially erect in the women’s section of Wi Spa.” Merager denied the allegations and claimed, preposterously, to be a victim of “transphobic harassment.”
This isn’t Merager’s first run-in with the law on this issue.
The Post also reported, “Law-enforcement sources revealed that Merager is a tier-one registered sex offender with two prior convictions of indecent exposure stemming from incidents in 2002 and 2003 in California.”
Merager declined to comment on the earlier convictions. In 2008, Merager was also convicted for failing to register as a sex offender.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department were apparently aware of his actions according to an internal flyer which stated, “Merager claims to identify as female so he can access women’s locker rooms and showers”.
It has also been revealed that Merager has “six unrelated felony counts of indecent exposure over a separate locker-room incident in December 2018. Los Angeles County prosecutors accuse Merager of indecent exposure to women and children in a changing area at a swimming pool in West Hollywood Park.”
Binary spokeswoman, Kirralie Smith, said allowing males into female spaces is dangerous.
“Many people have warned this kind of thing would happen,” she said.
“Males should not be permitted in female-only spaces – it is dangerous and grossly unfair.
“For people with genuine gender dysphoria provide a neutral space that does not inflict on the right of women and children to be safe with an assurance of privacy.”