Bruce Jenner, now living as a woman Caitlyn Jenner, is the face of the transgender movement
A man living life as a woman, 43-year-old Sean Smith, who goes by the transgender name of Shauna Patricia Smith, went into a changing room at Target in Idaho Falls, Idaho and began engaging in criminal voyeurism, via secretly taking photos of a woman as she undressed in a private booth. Voyeurism is a crime punishable by U.S. law. It is also a form of serious mental illness, engaged in by sex offenders. Smith was arrested and placed in the Bonneville County Jail.
The Post Register newspaper reported, "Sheriff’s deputies responded Monday to the store after a woman reported that someone was taking pictures of her while she was inside a dressing room trying on clothes, the release said. The victim noticed the subject reaching over the wall with a cellphone taking pictures. The victim confronted the suspect who then fled the store on foot, the release said."
Many Americans have publicly expressed their concerns online about transgender people using toilets of those belonging to the opposite biological sex. Fathers fear for their daughters, as men living as transgender women are using toilets and changing rooms reserved for females. Women fear for their safety, which this case proves, as men living as women are now using toilets and changing room designated for females and engaging in criminal activity. This case, among others, proves it is a danger. Being transgender and stating you are a victim of bullying or discrimination, does not give you the right to violate other people's right to privacy and dignity.
Laws U.S. President Barack Obama has been ramming through Congress, has caused significant issues, as it is endangering women and young girls. Over 1,300,000 Americans signed a petition expressing their disapproval of Target's approach to transgender toilet facilities, where public fears have now been proven correct via this voyeurism criminal case and others.
The Post Register newspaper reported, "Its statement went on to say 'we welcome transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity.' The announcement drew protests throughout the country and the American Family Association, a conservative Christian activist group, started a petition drive to get those who disagreed with the store’s policy to pledge to boycott the store. The Association reported in May that it had delivered petitions with more than a million signatures in support of the boycott."
Americans who publicly and peacefully expressed their concerns regarding safety issues on the subject, which once again, this Target criminal voyeurism case and others proves there is a serious safety issue, were viciously branded homophobes. To be afraid for one's safety and that of one's daughters, mothers and granddaughters, does not make one a homophobe.
Some members of the transgender community are taking advantage in acts that violate women and girls rights in toilet and dressing room settings. There are a number of criminal cases regarding transgender people attacking and or molesting women and children in public toilets. This is wholly unacceptable and illegal. Yes, transgender people need access to toilet facilities just like anyone else, but something has to be worked out in a manner that ensures public safety for people on both sides of the debate.
Hollywood also has a problem with voyeurism, as there are stars and executives actively paying hackers and private investigators to break into the computers, homes and home security systems of others, to secretly watch people in their homes in taking over system cameras, in sick acts of criminal voyeurism, indicating severe mental illness. Perverts and degenerate sex offenders are actively engaging in this type of sick, depraved behavior, which is right up Hollywood's alley, as shown in the Anthony Pellicano criminal trial, where some of the victims of invasion of privacy and abuse are people who spurned the sexual advances of crazy Hollywood stars and executives.
Transgender woman arrested for voyeurism at Target
Transgender woman arrested for voyeurism at Target
Posted: July 12, 2016 8:59 p.m. - A transgender Idaho Falls woman was arrested Tuesday on one count of felony voyeurism for a report that she took pictures of another woman changing clothes in a dressing room at Target in Ammon. Shauna Patricia Smith, 43, is in custody in the Bonneville County Jail under the name Sean Smith, according to the jail’s active inmate roster. A Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office news release said the suspect also is known as Sean P. Smith.
Sheriff’s deputies responded Monday to the store after a woman reported that someone was taking pictures of her while she was inside a dressing room trying on clothes, the release said. The victim noticed the subject reaching over the wall with a cellphone taking pictures. The victim confronted the suspect who then fled the store on foot, the release said...
Detectives are investigating to determine if any more victims exist relating to this incident, the release said. The charge is punishable by up to five years in prison. Target made headlines in April when it released a public statement saying “supports the federal Equality Act, which provides protections to LGBT individuals, and opposes action that enables discrimination.”
Its statement went on to say “we welcome transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity.” The announcement drew protests throughout the country and the American Family Association, a conservative Christian activist group, started a petition drive to get those who disagreed with the store’s policy to pledge to boycott the store. The Association reported in May that it had delivered petitions with more than a million signatures in support of the boycott.
Sexual Assault Victims Speak Out Against Washington’s Transgender Bathroom Policies
Sexual Assault Victims Speak Out Against Washington’s Transgender Bathroom Policies
January 25, 2016 - OLYMPIA, Wash.—A group of women who say they are former victims of sexual assault are making an emotional plea to Washington state legislators to reverse a bathroom policy that they say leaves them and their young children vulnerable, exposed and unsafe. “It started when I was in diapers and went through until I was 10,” Kaeley Triller Haver, who is now 32, told The Daily Signal of her abuse. “I used to get watched in the shower—that was his thing.”
Gretchen Flores, a 47-year-old from Puyallup, Wash., said her abuse happened inside a locker room. “I use to get cramps in my legs when I would swim and he would tell me to come up with him,” Flores said. “He would start at the base of my leg and move up farther than he should have.”
Janine Simon, also from Puyallup, Wash., said her abuser would make her watch porn before assaulting her. “For me, grooming started at 8 and raping started at 9,” Simon, 39, told The Daily Signal. “It was a good 18 years before I could start speaking out about it.”
The Daily Signal met with Simon, Triller Haver, and Flores in Washington’s state capital to learn why they’re breaking their silence about their past experiences to fight what they believe are dangerous new policies. “There is no doubt in my mind that many, many people will be hurt with this kind of policy,” Simon said.
The policies, which went into effect Dec. 26, grant individuals full access to bathrooms, locker rooms and other gender-specific facilities in accordance with their chosen gender identity instead of their anatomical sex. To quell anxieties that she might confront male genitalia in the women’s locker rooms, Triller Haver said she’s been instructed to use “private stalls.”
“If we as survivors have issues, we’re invited to use single occupancy stalls,” she said, adding: It feels like you’re saying, ‘I have to do what you want with my body or I’m a horrible person,’ and that’s a manipulation. I can be a very loving person but I don’t have to shower with you. Since sharing her story on The Federalist, Triller Haver said she’s heard from “hundreds” of other sexual assault victims who share her concerns with the new policies. But beyond that, it’s been difficult finding people willing to listen, she said. Looking down at her 5-year-old daughter playing on the floor, Triller Haver said, “I shouldn’t have to fight so hard to be heard.”
5 Times ‘Transgender’ Men Abused Women And Children In Bathrooms
April 22, 2016 - The leftist push to force both private and public entities to open their bathrooms and locker-rooms to gender identity has recently exploded in the media. The governor of North Carolina’s decision to reject such an ordinance by signing HB 2 into law has taken over the spotlight. The left has cast the law as bigoted, along with all those who agree it. Baseball legend Curt Schilling was even fired from his job at ESPN for expressing opposition to the ordinance and proclaiming that “a man is a man no matter what.”
One conservative argument against the leftist push goes as follows: some men will abuse the bathrooms and locker-rooms open to gender identity rather than biology by falsely proclaiming womanhood in order to gain access to women and children for motives of malice. Such facilities could become easy-access breading grounds for predators. Thus, it would be common sense to keep the facilities separated based on biology rather than identity to protect women and children.
Predictably, the left has vehemently denied that such a thing would ever happen—or worse, that this is a price we must pay for “inclusivity” and “equality.” Here are 5 times "transgender" men abused women and children by exploiting such facilities:
1. A Seattle man, citing transgender bathrooms laws, was able to gain access to a women’s locker-room at a public recreational center while little girls were changing for swim practice.
In February, The Daily Wire reported that a Seattle man who walked into the women’s locker-room—on two occasions—and began undressing, cited the “new state rule that allows people to choose a bathroom based on gender identity.” You know, those laws the ingenious left has been pushing because of “inclusiveness.”
“It was a busy time at Evans Pool around 5:30 p.m. Monday February 8,” reports KING5 News. “The pool was open for lap swim. According to Seattle Parks and Recreation, a man wearing board shorts entered the women's locker room and took off his shirt. Women alerted staff, who told the man to leave, but he said ‘the law has changed and I have a right to be here.’”
Subsequent to this new rule, no one called the police on this man who reportedly came back a second time when young girls were changing into their swimsuits for swim practice.
2. A Toronto man claiming to be transgender was arrested and sentenced to jail for sexually assaulting several women in a women’s shelter after he gained access to the shelter and its shower facilitates as "Jessica."
As Life Site notes, “A biological man claiming to be ‘transgender’ so as to gain access to and prey on women at two Toronto shelters was jailed ‘indefinitely’” in early March.
Christopher Hambrook, 37, using the name “Jessica,” was able to gain access to Toronto women’s shelters. “Her tights had been pulled down past her bottom and her bathing suit had been pulled to the side,” reads a court document of one of the incidents. “She yelled at the accused, demanding to know what he was doing. He simply covered his face with his hands, said ‘Oops!’ and started giggling.”
Per Life Site:
Court also heard evidence of Hambrook terrorizing a deaf woman living in the shelter. “The accused grabbed the complainant’s hand and forcibly placed it on his crotch area while his penis was erect,” court heard. The same deaf women reported that Hambrook would peer at her through a gap between the door and its frame while she showered.
Man who choked 8-year-old girl in women’s restroom stokes alarm over transgender access
Saturday, May 14, 2016 - The attack by a man on an 8-year-old girl in a women’s restroom last week in a Chicago restaurant is raising alarm about opposite-sex access to public facilities in the name of transgender rights. Police say the man, 33-year-old Reese Hartstirn, entered the women’s room May 7 at Jason’s Deli in Chicago’s South Loop and choked the girl until she passed out.
The girl’s mother, who was in the adjacent stall, heard her daughter’s screams and rescued her, while restaurant patrons held the suspect until police arrived, according to WLS-TV in Chicago. Opponents of laws allowing opposite-sex public-facility use argue that they increase the danger of such attacks because they allow men, transgender or not, to enter women’s rooms unchallenged...
Chicago bans discrimination based on gender identity in employment, housing and public accommodations. Battles over whether such anti-discrimination ordinances apply to transgender bathroom access have spiked since Houston voters defeated 3-to-1 a so-called “bathroom bill” in November. The Obama administration released an order Friday banning public schools from denying access to bathrooms, locker rooms and other single-sex facilities. Under the order, a parent must first notify the district that the child’s gender identity “differs from previous representations or records.”
In other situations, no such proof is required. In New York City, for example, Mayor Bill de Blasio last week signed an executive order forbidding municipal employees from asking for proof of gender identity from those using city-owned facilities such as restrooms and showers.
Hartstirn is scheduled to appear in court Monday on charges of aggravated kidnapping of a child, aggravated battery of a child and battery causing bodily harm, as well as aggravated assault of a police officer, according to WLS-TV. Supporters of transgender rights argue that such attacks are still against the law and that anyone who commits crimes after entering opposite-sex bathrooms remains subject to prosecution.
Others say allowing men to enter women’s rooms is asking for trouble. After a Washington state commission ruled in December that the state’s anti-discrimination law applied to transgender bathroom access, a man drew headlines by undressing in a Seattle women’s public locker room, saying he was allowed to do so. “It was dangerous before this new bathroom insanity came along,” said another comment. “The guy is a criminal looking for victims. Don’t make it any easier for him!”