The Biden administration is considering a policy change that would place transgender inmates in women’s prisons, according to a leaked document of the plan.
The documents, obtained by the Federalist, reveal a proposed executive order instructing the U.S. attorney general to “begin the process of identifying any necessary changes to the [Bureau of Prisons] Transgender Offender Manual … to enable BOP to designate individuals to facilities in accordance with their gender identity” within 30 days of the order being signed.
This would mean biological men who identify as women would be placed in women’s prisons and vice versa.
Critics have pointed out the dangers of this policy. In Washington, for example, where transgender inmates have been transferred into women’s prisons for the past several months, female prisoners are sexually abused and exploited by transgenders, according to a former Washington inmate. California’s women’s prisons have reported similar incidents.
In one case, a California female prisoner named Krystal Gonzaels said she was “sexually assaulted by a biological male who was transferred to Central California Women’s Facility under the law,” according to a lawsuit. “When Gonzalez filed a complaint and requested to be housed away from men the prison’s response called her alleged attacker a ‘transgender woman with a penis.’”
The White House refused to confirm or deny the authenticity of the proposed executive order, saying “WE don’t comment on alleged leaked documents.”
But the Biden administration has already proved it supports the Left’s radical gender ideology. Biden repealed former President Donald Trump’s executive order banning the military from funding gender reassignment surgeries, and the State Department recently celebrated “International Pronouns Day.”
“These pronouns include the gender-neutral they/them/theirs—words that traditionally refer to a plural number but that today are used by some individuals who identify as gender nonbinary or who prefer not to share gender information,” the department said in a blog post.
“Other pronouns include the feminine she/her/hers and the masculine he/him/his,” it added. “Some people are pioneering gender-neutral pronouns such as ze/zir/zirs.”