I've been wondering when one of the extremist transgender bloggers would take on the case of the transgender boy at a Bay Area high school who got himself in trouble for attacking a group of girls he claims were bullying him. Of course, Mr. "Cristan" Williams decided to weigh in, and as might be expected, he is demanding "special rights" for this fellow….
The case is really a simple one. A student, who claims to be a "girl" but who is male, and who is well known in his high school, claims he was bullied by female students for years. (And here we have been led to believe that female students have no problems with boys invading the girl's room in school…whoops.) The boy, who calls himself "Jewlyes" Gutierrez, physically assaulted the girls, leading to a rather nasty altercation that was caught on someone's cell phone. And because Gutierrez decided to use violence in response to verbal harassment, he was charged with battery.
Those are the simple facts. A male student, who claims to be transgender, is verbally harassed, and uses physical violence against the female students who object to his presence in their bathroom. Pretty simple. Now, of course, in the eyes of the extremist transgender crowd, the girls have no rights, and Gutierrez has all the rights. He gets to force himself on them, and when they react, he gets to use violence to "correct" them.
But, he cry will go up, "No, we don't want special rights! We just want to be treated like everyone else…." But when push comes to shove, no, they want special rights. When they are treated like everyone else, they cry foul.
No one should be bullied, but being bullied does not justify violence. That is the real issue here. A male (sorry, but he is) physically attacks females who are calling him names. Sorry, but no, that is not excusable. If he was defending himself from a physical assault, it would be different. But they were not hitting him. He is the one who resorted to violence. And he was a male, hitting a female. Reality may not suit the transgender extremists, but it is past time for them to be brought face to face with it.
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