Trans-identified male lectures female inmates on 'women's empowerment' at New Jersey prison

"They were duped into attending something for this transgender person."

 A trans-identified male came to Edna Mahan Correctional Facility, the only women's facility in New Jersey, to present about "women's empowerment." The all-women's prison has had several violent male offenders come and commit crimes against female inmates. 

In a report from Reduxx, a source inside the prison said that inmates were told the presenter, La’Nae Grant, would be speaking about gender identity. 

Kokila Hiatt, an inmate, said, "Many women behaved in a polite manner by sitting and listening. A lot of people just tuned out. No one was anticipating what this event was really about. It was billed as a Women’s Empowerment Event. His picture was on the sign-up sheet, but this person visibly ‘passes’ as a woman, so no one thought anything of it when they signed up to attend."

"They were duped into attending something for this transgender person,” Hiatt continued.

According to Hiatt, the event was "government-funded and facilitated" as it took place inside the prison gym. 

Grant, the trans-identified male, said in 2021 that he believed he was a gay man prior to taking on the identity as a woman, and began transitioning 10 years ago at the age of 28. Grant has since received genital surgery and chest implants. 

Grant was appointed to the Board of Trustees for Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women last year by Governor Phil Murphy along with others who would work with the facility.

At the time, Grant said, "It’s the extended hands that strengthens the bridge that uplifts hearts, embrace communities, and rightfully soar in liberation of endless equality." Prior to the appointment, Grant was an activist for the "transgender community, including transgender persons that are currently incarcerated," the press release stated. 

In June of 2021, New Jersey changed its policy to allow prisoners to determine where they would go based on their "gender identity."

Since the change, several men have been transferred to the all-female prison. 

Perry Cerf was arrested in 2002 after he brutally raped and murdered a woman from Ecuador. He had boasted about drinking the woman's blood. Now he goes by "Michelle Hel-loki Angelina." 

A different prisoner, Demetrius Minor, after transferring to Edna, impregnated two different women. 

When Minor moved into the prison, he tweeted out, "This week I was moved from a female facility to a male facility, I mean this type of hatred towards who I truly am has to stop."

Sources at the prison told Reduxx that Minor had wanted to have sex with women as soon as he got to the facility. 

A female inmate was also battered by a trans-identified male inmate, Jermaine Gibson, who now goes by Cyntara after she did not accept his sexual advances. 

Hiatt emphasized that Grant told the female inmates at the prison they had to accept that notion "transgender women are women."
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