California Prisoners File Suit, Allege State is Censoring Vile Reports on Trans Inmates

California Prisoners File Suit, Allege State is Censoring Vile Reports on Trans Inmates


Female inmates in California have filed suit against the state for housing men in women’s prisons

The Women’s Liberation Front lawsuit claims that SB132, the Transgender Respect, Agency, and Dignity Act, is a violation of the rights of women, according to the Daily Signal.

“There is no application of S.B. 132 that avoids violating the constitutional rights of the individual Plaintiffs, and the other incarcerated women on whose behalf Plaintiff Woman II Woman advocates,” the lawsuit said.

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The lawsuit claimed that housing women with biological males can be considered cruel and unusual punishment, which is banned by the Eighth Amendment, and is also a violation of their 14th Amendment equal protection rights.

Because of the law, women in California prisons face “substantially increased risk of sexual

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