Violent male prisoners demanding sex changes

Violent male criminals who pretend to be women are being housed in female prisons. 

It is an increasingly disturbing trend that puts vulnerable female inmates at risk. No male can ever become a woman. Feelings don’t magically change DNA, reproductive systems or skeletal frames. 

These males appropriating womanhood are violent, aggressive and a danger to women and society. Yet they are ticking a box on a form and being housed in female prisons:

A male inmate currently serving his sentence at the Washington Corrections Center for Women (WCCW) was transferred despite being convicted of a brutal assault on a fellow inmate while in a men’s prison. Christopher Scott Williams, 33, was first arrested after sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl.

Williams, who has not changed his legal name or sex, was reportedly transferred into WCCW around the same time the facility saw a wave of transgender males being moved into the female estate in 2021. In May of that year, a whistleblower at the institution revealed that there were approximately 150 males waiting for transfer to WCCW.

Another horrifying case saw a male who murdered two of his own children and seriously harmed a third is among the men being housed in female institutions:

A sadistic man who beat two of his own infant children to death is now reportedly awaiting breast implants while at a women’s prison in California. Jessica Marie Hann, born Jason Michael Hann, began identifying as a woman in 2019.

Hann was first arrested after the remains of his 10-week-old daughter, Montana, were discovered stuffed in a tupperware container in Arkansas. The little girl’s body was found in an advanced state of decomposition and had been abandoned onboard an RV trailer once owned by Hann after the vehicle had been repossessed and sent to auction. The buyer of the RV discovered the body in February of 2002, and called police.

When found, Hann and Werntz were in custody of a one-year-old child who was reportedly on the brink of death. The infant had a number of severe physical injuries, including a dozen broken ribs, retinal hemorrhaging, bleeding under the skin, and internal damage. The child was immediately placed into protective custody and given appropriate medical treatment.

During the course of the subsequent investigation, authorities linked Hann to a storage locker in Arkansas, one they had local police search. A second corpse was then discovered, one belonging to a 6-week-old son Hann was found to have murdered by head trauma in 1999.

Hann was initially held on death row at San Quentin, a men’s prison, while Werntz was sent to the Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF).

In 2019, Hann began to identify as a woman, and was transferred within one year to death row at CCWF. But after California Governor Gavin Newson signed an executive order suspending the death penalty in the state and mandating a stay on execution for all inmates on death row, Hann was allowed to move into the women’s general population after a cursory observation period.

Self-identification is not only an insult to intelligence but also poses a grave danger to women. Female prisoners, or free women, should never have to contend for spaces or services with violent male criminals. They are not women and never will be.