"There seems to be no area of society where this ideology has not invaded." That's host Brandon Showalter's assessment of the transgender movement's impact on various facets of contemporary culture.
In today's bonus episode of "Generation Indoctrination," Showalter shifts gears to confront a shocking arena many know little about — the presence of biological men in women's prisons.
This disturbing dynamic has left female inmates terrified, vulnerable, and, according to Showalter's guests, at risk of assault.>>>> WARNING: Adult themes and discussions are present in this episode. This is not appropriate for children. <<<<
Join Showalter as he navigates the issues, explores the gritty details, and speaks with former inmates and advocates sounding the alarm on the unthinkable.
"When I first learned that they were housing men in women's prions based on their own self-identification about their gender feelings it was naturally disbelief and horror," Amanda Stulman, USA director of Keep Prisons Single Sex, proclaims on the podcast. "And also: a realization that this issue had not been brought to the public for a public discussion and debate."
Amie Ichikawa, executive director of Woman II Woman, an organization for incarcerated women, describes the "feeling of utter vulnerability" inside female prisons when biological men make their way into the general population. Amie explains how the ideology has been forced upon incarcerated females in a religious-like manner, all while leaving women in a dire situation.