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Trans woman who impregnated two female inmates at women’s only prison received bad news!

The 27-year-old trans woman, Minor, who reportedly impregnated two female inmates at a women’s only prison received bad news. Officials said that Minor was sentenced to 30 years in prison for stabbing her foster father to death. Following her conviction, Minor has written about her mistreatment on her blog. She described how prison guards singled out her transgender status. When she requested that a female officer search her, one guard allegedly mocked her.

Officials said that Minor was relocated to a men’s jail, where she is housed in a vulnerable unit. Minor reportedly said that she was misgendered and beaten by corrections officers during transfer and is now at risk of being assaulted by imprisoned males. She was relocated from the correctional facility after getting two women pregnant at the women’s institution. During her transfer, the convict was allegedly assaulted by prison guards and attempted to take her life. Following her attempt to hang herself to death while on transport to the men’s facility, she was put on suicide watch.

Minor also claims in another article on the site that prison officers assaulted her during the transfer from the ladies’ jail to the men’s jail. Minor was kept for a few weeks at the state prison, where guards referred to her as a he at least thirty times. After the story of Minor becoming a headline that she had gotten pregnant with two women at correctional facility, she was transferred to a different facility. The trans woman also opened up ‘about being forced to live in a male prison’ on her blog.  She said she was “shipped” to the “male facility” due to the fact that I had hung myself in the van.

“Suicide watch was imposed on me before going into this dimly lighted cell. Prior to entering this dreary chamber, I attempted to negotiate with authorities if a female officer could strip-search me since I felt more at ease doing so. After the Lieutenant denied me, I asked for this. He threatened to cut all of my clothes off and put me in a dry cell if I did not obey his instructions and allowed two male cops to strip search me. I wept as the male officer spoke to me in a way that I felt was incorrect. As inmates who are on watch are housed in the detention unit rather than the infirmary, I was placed in a dark cell within detention housing.” Although she was permitted to keep her cosmetics, she felt that if she wore them in the male facility, it would be a death wish. She said, “I have accepted that I am in a male facility, but I have not accepted nor will I ever agree to or accept that I am anything other than a woman who happens to be transgender.”