A man was sentenced to 18 months in a Canadian prison after sexually assaulting his own young daughter. The 33-year-old dad will be sent to an all-female facility thanks to a sex-change operation he underwent after assaulting his child.
The assaults were originally committed in 2013, while the unnamed father was still living as a man. He began his sex-change procedure mere months after abusing his daughter, Canada’s The Star reported.
The abuse surfaced three years later after a talk between the daughter and her mother led to some major red flags.
The man eventually pleaded guilty, and received his sentence as well as a spot on the sex offender registry for the next two decades.
Finding a suitable place of incarceration for someone who was born a man but has had surgery to create simulated women’s genitalia is knotty. At a men’s prison, other inmates would be likely to pounce. But housing the prisoner with women might just mean the authorities are creating the conditions where more females can be victimized.
So naturally, modern, progressive Canada opted for the second choice.
Canada has a long history of promoting transgenders, even passing a bill to officially make “gender identity or expression” a part of the country’s Human Rights Act.
A woman in Toronto felt the full brunt of this new law after being forced to share a room in a women’s shelter with a biologically male transgender, reports the National Post.
She spent two nights in the same room as the man, who had not even gone through a sex-change operation.
When bunked with the transgender person, the National Post reported, the woman’s nights were spent in constant vigilance of her new roommate, whom she described as a “male-bodied transgender.”
The transgender could not even pass a sobriety test, a requirement for admission to the shelter, according to the woman. She also described the man as having face and chest hair.
He would also allegedly talk about the attractiveness of Latina women and stomp around in combat boots, which the woman, a sexual abuse survivor, claimed was a “trigger.”
Enough was eventually enough, and the woman filed a human rights complaint against the shelter. She was left shocked by the response.
In a statement, the executive director of the center said, “With respect to accommodating trans women, we do not discriminate; nor do we impose modifications with respect to accommodation. We do, however, do our best to meet the needs of all parties affected in a way that complies with the requirements of shelter standards and trauma-informed practice.”
This was the final straw; the woman had enough of this political correctness. Contacting the Canadian Human Rights Legal Support Centre, she was greeted with an even more gut-wrenching message.
After explaining her situation to an adviser, she was told that her testimony was “potentially discriminatory and potentially a violation of the law, and that individual may file against you in the future, and our role is to keep those conflicts of interest in mind.”
Pro-transgender policies can easily infringe on the rights of others, and create ethical problems concerning victimhood and imprisonment. It’s only taken Canada a few years to embrace this level of progressivism, flipping victims and perpetrators in a twisted game of liberal “tolerance.”
This is a bigger question than room assignments in a homeless shelter, or in what facilities a sexually ambiguous prisoner should be housed while incarcerated.
Canada stands as a cautionary tale for many conservative Americans, showing that even a minor change to a law can end with a biological male being assigned to a women’s prison. Ultimately, this is as much a cultural problem as it is political. Post-modern rejection of absolute truth (fundamental for a systematic rejection of Judeo-Christian civilization) has changed millennia of black-and-white gender structure into a sprawling gray area of made-up pronouns and gender confirmation surgeries.
With next week’s elections in the United States, American voters have a chance to firmly reject liberal candidates and their progressive reforms.
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