Trans Woman Caught Assaulting Ten Year Old Child, Then The Cops Found….


The debate surrounding transgender individuals using bathrooms that align with their gender identity has been a hotly contested topic for years. Unfortunately, a recent case from Wyoming involving a transgender woman named Michelle Martinez has added fuel to the fire.

Martinez, formerly known as Miguel before transitioning to life as a woman, has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a ten-year-old girl in a bathroom. This horrific incident has outraged the public and reignited concerns about allowing transgender individuals to use the bathroom of their choosing.

According to a report from the Casper Star-Tribune, Martinez was charged and convicted of first- and second-degree sexual abuse after the ten-year-old victim reported that Martinez had taken her to a bathroom in a residence and sexually assaulted her. The victim recounted the trauma by saying, “It hurt inside.” The child was taken to the Wyoming Medical Center for examination, where nurses found evidence of the sex crime. The victim had abrasions and redness in her genital area as a result of the unwanted penetration by Martinez.

Authorities caught up with Martinez later and found her unconscious at her home due to excessive alcohol consumption. Her blood alcohol level was almost three times the legal limit to drive. Martinez denied any wrongdoing, instead blaming the victim and accusing her of making up the story as a “publicity stunt.”

The public has expressed their outrage and concern about the case, with many calling for Martinez to be jailed for life. Some commenters have used this case to highlight their opposition to allowing transgender individuals to use the bathroom of their chosen gender.

One commenter in the Daily Mail’s comment section wrote, “This is the exact reason there should be separate bathrooms for these people. Children should just not be exposed/accessible to them in ANY WAY whatsoever!” Another commenter shared their own experience of their son being molested in a restaurant bathroom, calling for businesses to install separate bathrooms for male and female minors under the age of 14.

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This case is a stark reminder that the safety of children should be a top priority and that it is important to consider all potential risks associated with transgender individuals using bathrooms that align with their gender identity. The concern is not just about transgender individuals being predators, but also about the possibility of predators taking advantage of policies that allow individuals of any gender to use the same bathroom. It is crucial to balance the desire for inclusivity with the need to protect vulnerable individuals, especially children.

As a society, we must address these concerns and develop solutions that prioritize the safety of everyone involved. We must work together to find a way to accommodate the needs of transgender individuals while ensuring that everyone’s safety is taken into consideration. It is time to have a meaningful discussion and take concrete actions to ensure that no child has to suffer the trauma experienced by the victim in this case. We owe it to our children to make sure that they are safe, regardless of who they encounter in the bathroom.

Source: AWM