LWC EXCLUSIVE: NY Times Transwoman Who 'Exposed' Bathroom Issues? Might Be a Rapist...
The transgender bathroom issue keeps circling the drain. This crap will not flush. Have you seen this NY Times piece about restrooms? It's written by a transgender woman who "was forced" to use the men's restroom. Because (s)he's a dude.
I AM a trans woman, meaning I identify as a woman rather than the sex I was assigned at birth. I transitioned all at once... [T]hen one of my bosses demanded to speak with me. She wanted to talk about bathrooms."Have you had surgery?" I told her no. "Well, then, you'll have to use the men's until you do. We can't risk a lawsuit." [M]en would come into the bathroom... and glare at me when they figured it out. It got so bad I stopped going to the bathroom at work altogether, and I developed urinary tract infections.
This is just a snippet of the pity party this she-beast is throwing for himself. Here's the deal, though. According to exclusively obtained documents, Meredith Russo, as this man calls himself, might be a rapist...
But he/she looks so lovely. Well, here are some of the alluded to documents...
Right, so according to these documents, Meredith's real name is Travis. Travis has some issues with violence (ALLEGEDLY). Apparently he was abusive to his spouse and children. According to these documents, that is. ALLEGEDLY.
Here's some of the spouse's, whose name is redacted for privacy, complaints:
- Extreme verbal and psychological abuse of [the child] - grabbing, pushing, pinching, screaming, cursing
- Repeatedly for last several months - threats of harm to self if I told anyone about abuse
- Sexual assault
- Repeated rape
- Physical violence - squeezing, shoving, and hitting
Sounds like a sweet lady. Bet she's super fun to have at all the keggers. I mean, book clubs. Ladies go to book clubs.
All right, Meredith here is (ALLEGEDLY) a terrible person with a proven history of violence. Why does this matter? Because guys like Travis/Meredith are held up as heroes by our government. If you're uncomfortable sharing a restroom with a transgender? You are vilified. That poor tranny just needed to drop a big duece in your girls' room. How dare you pass judgement, you with your PMS, menstruating ways.
Here's the thing, though. Trans-advocates say it's crazy to assume the possibility of rape occurring as a result of these new bathroom policies. Hell, even this Travis/Meredith guy says it:
Their concern [anti-trans restroom people] is that men will... prey on them without women being able to complain about their presence. The thing is, though, this doesn't actually happen, at least not in any statistically significant way.
Wait, so rape doesn't happen in restrooms? Then just in your bedroom, right? ALLEGEDLY.
Here's the bigger picture, though. The left peddles a narrative that all transgender people are meek cherubs. They're delicate little flowers who wouldn't hurt a fly, you bigoted meanie. Meanwhile the media ignores the mentally unstable of most transgenders -- a fact backed by statistics (see Staggering Transgender Suicide Rates Blamed on... Labeled Restrooms?).
From the looks of it, this transwoman might have abused and raped his wife. Now he wants to pee with the ladies sans judgement. This is why some of us are a wee bit concerned about where guys like this take a wee. Related Dear Transgender Bathroom Activists: What About the Safety/Privacy of Young Girls?
The New York Times gave Travis/Meredith a platform. Just like Salon.com gave a pedophile a platform. I'll venture a guess here and say stories like Travis/Meredith raping his wife (ALLEGEDLY) is why people aren't keen on new transgender bathroom policies. They're worried about their safety. Possibly their child's safety too. Who can blame them? Definitely not a rapist (ALLEGEDLY).
Yes, transgenders have some mental issues. Watch Walt Heyer, a former transgender, discuss.