UK: Female Prison Officers Have Been Raped by Tranny Inmates, Former Prisons Minister Reveals

Rory Stewart, former Prisons Minister

The fact that this is reported as examples of men raping women instead of women raping other women really shows that at its core, our culture is still surprisingly bigoted.

If a man says that he’s a woman, then she’s a woman.

Daily Mail:

Female prison officers have been raped by male-bodied inmates who self-identify as trans women, a former Minister has revealed.

The disclosure was made by Rory Stewart, the ex-Tory Cabinet Minister who oversaw prisons in 2018 and 2019 and who is now running as an independent candidate for Mayor of London.

It will fuel questions about policies that have allowed criminals with male bodies to describe themselves as female and demand to be housed in women’s prisons.

Mr Stewart told GQ magazine: ‘When I was Prisons Minister, we had situations of male prisoners selfidentifying as females then raping staff in prison.’

The claim is the first public reference to trans women assaulting prison staff in women’s jails, but it follows warnings that allowing malebodied criminals into female jails puts women in danger.

It was reported last year there are up to 1,500 inmates who describe themselves as transgender among the 90,000 prisoners in England and Wales – raising concerns that some are claiming to be trans to get access to women’s jails.

There is literally no upside to being a biological male who claims to be male, so it is surprising that most men are not claiming to be women in order to instantly get all of women’s systemic benefits for free.

I’m a woman, by the way.

In the interview with GQ, Mr Stewart was asked about so-called ‘self-ID’ policies, which could mean anyone who identifies as a woman is allowed to go into female-only spaces, such as changing rooms and toilets.

He replied: ‘I’m instinctively worried about that, partly because when I was Prisons Minister, we had situations of male prisoners self-identifying as females then raping staff in prison.

‘So I think if somebody is biologically male, particularly in an environment like a prison, we shouldn’t allow that to happen.

‘We have to be pretty cautious about how we think that happens in other spaces.

The important thing is: I think the rights of women to feel safe trump the rights of somebody who’s biologically male to enter that space.’

But that’s the thing, Mr Stewart.

Men who identify as women are women, that’s how it works nowadays. You can’t think of these biological men as women under some circumstances and as men in others according to your convenience. They’re either always male or always female.

These are people’s lives we’re talking about here.

You can’t deny that they are exactly what they identify as.

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