12/18/13

Transgender murderer Paris Green moved from woman's prison after sex with other inmates

Convicted pre-op transgender murderer Paris Green, 22, was moved from Scotland's only woman's prison because she was allegedly having sex with other inmates.

Green is serving a eighteen year sentence for murder.

Green was being housed at the womans prison while waiting for a publicly funded sexual reassignment surgery.

Ok so she's only 22, but still Paris, you aren't going to win the transadvocate of the year award like this.
That's just some sorry sh%t.
Green, you got you're life ahead of you. Please for our sake, be a little grateful for the advocacy that has allowed you to live with people of the same gender.

Read more here.


SPLC files Lawsuit after Principal tells student “I don’t want a dyke in this school."

Via SPLC: The Southern Poverty Law Center filed suit in federal court today to stop pervasive anti-LGBT bullying and harassment committed by students – and even faculty members and administrators – within the schools of Mississippi’s Moss Point School District.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Destin Holmes, a district student who endured such severe harassment she was eventually driven out of school. She temporarily left the district in March 2012 to be homeschooled after the then-principal at Magnolia Junior High School called her a “pathetic fool” and told her, “I don’t want a dyke in this school.”
The SPLC demanded in March that the district take immediate action to end the bullying and harassment. The demand came after an investigation found that district students, faculty and administrators have targeted lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students because of their actual or perceived sexual orientation and nonconformity to gender stereotypes. A mutually agreeable resolution that would protect and preserve the rights of students like Destin was not reached.
“We are disappointed that the district fails to see the serious harm its deliberate inaction causes its students,” said Anjali Nair, SPLC staff attorney. “District officials who are entrusted with the safety and education of all students not only ignored, dismissed and even blamed victims for the abusive behavior of faculty and other students, they also participated in discriminatory acts.”
During her time at Magnolia Junior High School, students and district staff called Destin slurs such as “it,” “freak” and “he-she.” Destin heard such insults as many as 20 times a day. She also was denied access to the girls’ restroom by a teacher. Another teacher even refused to allow her to participate in a classroom activity where teams were divided by gender because Destin – according to the teacher – was an “in-between it.



Full story at the SPLC


DC Transgender woman suing city for Jailhouse Rape


Known only as Jane Doe, a DC transgender woman is suing the city after a night of hell. It began as a police lieutenant opened her "House alone" jail cell despite her objections, and let in a man who was already being investigated for a jailhouse rape, not once but three times.
The police report taken after Jane Doe returned from the hospital where it was verified she was 'traumatized' was only three sentences long. The city is defending itself by asserting the injury was the victims own fault because she was incarcerated.



News4's Jackie Bensen spoke with a transgender woman, who is suing the D.C. government, claiming she was sexually assaulted by a man who was deliberately placed in her cell. According to documents obtained by News4, the man was already under investigation for another jailhouse rape.