"If you have been wondering just how far the media will go in accepting the ludicrous premises of the transgender movement, consider this recent headline from Canada’s largest newspaper, the Toronto Star: 'Transgender woman gets 18-month sentence for sexually assaulting daughter.'
You could be forgiven for initially thinking, upon reading this headline, that this is one of those rare, horrible cases where the mother rather than a male relative was the sexual predator. In fact, the first sentence of the news article seems to confirm that misconception, as the Star obediently refers to the person in question as a female: 'A Quebec City transgender parent who sexually assaulted her young daughter will be serving a sentence in a woman’s jail after undergoing a sex change between the time of the crime and the conviction.'
The devil, as is often the case, is in the details—if that strange fact seemed somewhat confusing, everything is cleared up in the following lines: 'The 33-year-old—the victim’s biological father—had pleaded guilty to crimes that took place in 2013 when the girl was just three. The accused was separated from the girl’s mother at the time, and in the months following the assaults, she underwent a sex change.' Well, he actually underwent a sex change in order to become a she. But these things can be confusing.
Of course, now that he has become a she, this sexual predator can now be sent off to a prison for ladies, which has the dual benefit of being full of women (which this 'biological father' is not, despite any drugs and nips and tucks acquired between sexually assaulting a little girl and being sentenced) and not being full of men, who have a reputation for treating sexual predators that get locked in with them very, very badly.
Not that sexual predators get locked up for very long in Canada, anyway. The Crown was only asking for between 18 months and two years in jail for sexually assaulting a three-year-old, which the judge granted (along with probation, mandatory therapy, and a twenty-year stint on the sex offender list.) But the jail sentence, meanwhile, will get spent in a women’s prison."
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