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July 31, 2007

"Transgendered" — Another Word For "Utterly Insane"

A judge has commanded the state of Idaho to provide female hormone therapy to an inmate who castrated himself after prison officials refused to pander to his psychotic delusion that he is actually a woman.

Randall Gammett, who now calls himself Jenniffer Spencer, is in the can for possession of a stolen car and escape. Here's how the Idaho Statesman tells his story:

Born biologically male, she [sic] castrated herself [sic] using a disposable razor blade in her [sic] prison cell after doctors working for the state prison system refused to prescribe her [sic] the female hormone estrogen. Spencer sued the Idaho Department of Correction and the physicians, claiming her [sic] constitutional rights were violated and that she [sic] was subjected to cruel and unusual punishment when the doctors failed to diagnose gender identity disorder and treat her [sic] with female hormones.

Naturally US District Judge Mikel Williams agreed. It wouldn't occur to a judge that forcing the prison system to indulge insanity is not going to stop freaks from being crazy enough to mutilate themselves, because according to our liberal elite overlords, being "transgendered" isn't a matter of mental illness, but rather a sacrosanct ticket to climb aboard the official victim gravy train. (The lawsuit is pending. No doubt Gammett/Spencer will leave prison a wealthy she-man.)

The lunatics have literally taken charge of the asylum.

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Crazy people do crazy things.

Hat tip: Clayton Cramer's Blog, on a tip from Steve.

Posted by Van Helsing at July 31, 2007 2:48 PM

Comments

"...she castrated herself..."

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D

The utter stupidity of "politically correct" new-speak gets more staggering every day.

Posted by: Toa at August 2, 2007 5:30 PM

you are nothing but a homhphobic jerk. maybe if you knew something about the diversity in peoples life you could speak with somne intelligence on the subject but I forgot that would take the use of a half of a braincell on your part and you are not fortunate to have one

Posted by: jane at August 10, 2007 11:26 AM

It's unfortunate that you speak about such things in such an ignorant way. Calling people who think differently from you "insane" out of ignorance is cruel and cold. Many people called Galileo insane for saying that the earth revolved around the sun. Now we can both look back and see how ignorant they really were. You should try to be a little more open minded.
Unfortunately, I know that I am probably wasting time telling a bigoted, careless person who uses the internet to spurt hateful thoughts that he should be more open-minded. You are probably one of the many hopeless cases that will always exist in society. There will always be bigots, who out of fear hurt people who are different. But it is those who open their minds, who have the courage to be different, who actually make a difference in society.
Would you rather be a hopeless case? Or simply understand that we are all human beings, and we are all in this life on this earth together, and that hate will not help make the world a better place? You seem concerned enough about the state of the world today. A lot of your opinions about how it could be better probably differ from mine. But, I think (?) we can both agree that being hateful towards others is not a solution to the world's problems, but more likely the cause.

Posted by: Sarah at December 2, 2007 2:39 PM