Now isn’t this a hell of a surprise?

In California, after a bill was passed in July 2020 that authorized inmates to be housed according to gender identity and not biological sex, despite their status as regards sex reassignment surgery, more than 260 inmates have requested a transfer since the beginning of the year when the law took effect.

So, you’re doing life – say, just as an example. Stick on some lippy and get into the women’s prison. Well, wouldn’t you?

12 thoughts on “Now isn’t this a hell of a surprise?”

  1. You have a definite point Tim.

    But when I see a whinge like this, I always think of Niemoller pointing out that there was no one left to speak for him. The feminists have joyfully joined in the vigorous suppression of all social barriers between men and women, and all discrimination on the basis of biological sex.

    And now they complain when they’re the ones bitten.

  2. It’s a win win for trannies and faux-trannies. You’re banged up anyway, but now you can rape to your hearts content and win all your fights.

    Int progressivism brilliant!?

  3. Dennis, Gender Solid

    And now they complain when they’re the ones bitten.

    And the only appropriate response is this: You got what you asked for. If you’ve now found it isn’t what you wanted, then you should have taken more care in the asking.

  4. I’ve seen ‘Prisoner – Cell Block H’
    Not sure it would be an improvement over the mens gaol.

  5. OTish but https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2021/apr/15/kid-cudi-dress-saturday-night-live-lgbtq

    Heyman added: “While I wish we lived in a world where cis men and everyone could just wear dresses incidentally – without it being freighted with political significance, without it creating a huge political platform for them, and without them having a responsibility to talk about transmisogynistic violence when they do so – I’m not sure we’re there yet.”

    Eh, just an idea, but if you’re longing for a world in which a man can wear a dress “incidentally”, how about shutting the fuck up when asked for comment?

  6. Has anyone wondered onto the “Who’s my prison bitch?” website? I, for certain, would be in no particular hurry to get into the female pen. Perhaps Rocco could comment

  7. Dennis, Dragger of Knuckles

    “While I wish we lived in a world where cis men and everyone could just wear dresses incidentally – without it being freighted with political significance, without it creating a huge political platform for them, and without them having a responsibility to talk about transmisogynistic violence when they do so – I’m not sure we’re there yet.”

    Nope, you aren’t there yet. And you won’t be there yet until people like Carrie Marshall stop using their trans status to (1) draw attention to themselves, and (2) claim eternal victimhood.

    And why would a cis man who doesn’t want to make a political statement want to wear a dress in the first place? You see far more women in pants than in dresses these days… all that tells me is that women don’t think dresses are all that great.

  8. I took a survey from the RFU about my views on transgender people playing rugby (there are protocols around testosterone levels) and at one point I was asked what gender I was. ‘cis man’ was there as an option but I ticked ‘other’ and pointed out in the comments that I was a ‘man’ (that option not being there to tick).

  9. And why would a cis man who doesn’t want to make a political statement want to wear a dress in the first place?

    Extra ventilation around the chakras on a hot day?

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