Michelle Martinez: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Michelle Martinez faces up to 70 years in prison for the sexual assault of a minor.

Michelle Martinez, a transgender woman from Casper, Wyoming, was convicted on October 18 of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl in March of this year.

Martinez, who previously went by the name of Miguel before identifying herself as a female, denies the charges and blames the accusations as being a “publicity stunt.”

While the incident occurred in the bathroom of a home, some are using the story as an opportunity to speak out against gender-neutral public bathrooms.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. She Was Found Guilty of First-Degree & Second-Degree Sexual Abuse of a Minor & Accused the Young Girl of ‘Talking Crap’

On October 18, a jury found Martinez Guilty of first-degree and second-degree sexual abuse of a child and the woman could face up to 70 years in prison, as reported by Fox News.

The Billings Gazette reported that Martinez was a family friend of the girl and invited her into a bathroom of a home on March 23. She proceeded to grope the 10-year-old’s breasts and touched her genitalia before penetrating her. The girl’s mother reported the assault after the girl confided in her immediately following the incident.

According to the Casper Tribune, authorities questioned Martinez about the assault and noted that she became “noticeably hostile and defensive” while accusing the minor of “talking crap.” She then denied being a child molester and called the accusations a “publicity stunt,” the newspaper reported.

2. The Victim Told an Officer it ‘Hurt Inside’ & a Medical Exam Found Evidence of the Assault

The Tribune reported that after the attack the girl told police that “it hurt inside.”

Medical staff at the Wyoming Medical Center performed a sexual assault exam on the child and found redness as well as abrasions around the girl’s genitalia.

According to the Tribune, “prosecutors played video of the girl describing the assault to a forensic interviewer for the Children’s Advocacy Project. The girl told the interviewer that Martinez should go to jail.”

The newspaper also cited court documents which stated that “Martinez was drunk on the night of the assault and a breath test showed she had a blood alcohol concentration of .218,” which is almost three times the legal limit to operate a vehicle in the state of Wyoming.

3. Some Media Outlets Are Being Accused of Using the Case as an Argument Against Gender-Neutral Bathrooms

Several news outlets including the Daily Caller, Daily Wire, Red Flag News, Silence is Consent, Fox News, and Louder With Crowder headlined their articles to say that the girl was sexually assaulted in a bathroom, which sparked controversy since it was not specified in the headlines that it wasn’t a public facility, but rather a home.

The Crowder went so far as to using the story as an opportunity to argue against gender-neutral bathrooms. The website stated:

There’s a special place in fiery pits of hell for people who molest children. There’s also a special place for those who make provisions for such molesting (see Minnesota Schools to ‘Segregate’ Students Uncomfortable with Trans Bathrooms. and PRIORITIES: Berkeley to Charge Millions in Student Fees for… Transgender Bathrooms). Remember when we told you passing bathroom bills to allow trannies in the stalls next to your daughters, nieces, and grandchildren would lead to terrible things? Uh huh. Well, this tranny raped a 10-year-old girl in a bathroom…He’s a man who dresses like a woman. Which, right now, means he’s in a protected class of people. He’s also a predator who uses his protected class to get close to children. And he’s using his ability, as a member of a protected class, to enter a place the left says he should have every right to enter. In this case, a bathroom. The absence of laws here isn’t comforting.

It should also be noted that local media sources such as the Casper Tribune referred to the woman as “Miguel” rather than Michelle, and used male terms such as “him” to describe her. It is not known if the woman’s name was legally changed to Michelle.

The case has caused such a controversy that Snopes.com has already gotten over 5,000 shares on a post describing the facts of the incident.

4. Many Are Taking to Social Media & Martinez’s Facebook Account to Express Their Outrage at the Incident

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Facebook/A screenshot from Martinez’s Facebook page.

Many social media users are expressing their outrage on the matter including Twitter user @crcoffin88redo, who stated “I hope Miguel Martinez gets a death sentence, though I doubt it. Hell can’t wait to devour that subhuman devil.”

Others took to the woman’s Facebook page to call her out on the crime.

“Sick pedophile!,” Shannon Parker wrote.

“Well, looks like you can play the receiving end for the ‘switch hitting” team now!,” Terresa Simonson exclaimed.

“You’re a sick nasty bit**,” Xina Lin stated.

5. One in Every Two Transgender People Are Sexually Assaulted or Abused in Their Lifetime

According to The Office For Victims of Crime, one in every two transgender people are either sexually assaulted or abused during their lifetime.

The website states:

Statistics documenting transgender people’s experience of sexual violence indicate shockingly high levels of sexual abuse and assault. One in two transgender individuals are sexually abused or assaulted at some point in their lives.1 Some reports estimate that transgender survivors may experience rates of sexual assault up to 66 percent, often coupled with physical assaults or abuse.2 This indicates that the majority of transgender individuals are living with the aftermath of trauma and the fear of possible repeat victimization.


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This article is by courtesy of Raven Clabough, of The New American, of Wednesday, August 24, 2016
The Left often likes to use science — or rather, a modified version of science — in arguments related to atheism, evolution, abortion, climate change, etc. But just how it will deal with a new scientific study on transgenderism remains to be seen. According to a new report published in The New Atlantis journal, transgenderism — the latest hot button social justice “ism” — is not supported by science.
The report was co-authored by former Chief of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University Dr. Paul McHugh and Arizona State University Professor of Statistics and Biostatistics Lawrence Mayer. They concluded that “gender identity” is not separate from biological sex.
“Examining research from the biological, psychological, and social sciences, this report shows that some of the most frequently heard claims about sexuality and gender are not supported by scientific evidence,” the report prefaced.
“The hypothesis that gender identity is an innate, fixed property of human beings that is independent of biological sex — that a person might be ‘a man trapped in a woman’s body’ or ‘a woman trapped in a man’s body’ — is not supported by scientific evidence,” stated the researchers.
This is not exactly groundbreaking news to those who exercise common sense, of course. Simply because an individual purports to identify as something doesn’t make it true, particularly if it is biologically impossible. It does not take a scientific study to confirm that a person who identifies as a horse, for example, is not a horse, or one who identifies as a chair is not in fact a chair. But the study should provide some weight to the common sense approach to transgenderism, while simultaneously exploding the beliefs of some social justice warriors who may have difficulty reconciling this scientific study with their own sense of reality.
The New Atlantis report is sure to provoke some controversy, as it challenges a number of theories that have been readily accepted by the general public in recent years, including what the authors dub the “born that way” hypothesis: “The notion that homosexuality or heterosexuality is in any given person unchangeable and determined entirely apart from choices, behaviors, life experiences, and social contexts.” According to the authors, that view is not “well-supported by research.”
The authors also take issue with the criteria found in the fifth edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) for diagnosis of gender dysphoria in children, and the interventions used in the treatment of gender dysphoria despite the lack of scientific evidence behind them.
At particular issue for the researchers is how transgenderism is being foisted on America’s youth, as the scientists note that most children outgrow gender confusion, and efforts to advocate transgender acceptance are sure to create further confusion. “Children are a special case when addressing transgender issues. Only a minority of children who experience cross-gender identification will continue to do so into adolescence or adulthood,” the report stated.
“There is little scientific evidence for the therapeutic value of interventions that delay puberty or modify the secondary sex characteristics of adolescents, although some children may have improved psychological well-being if they are encouraged and supported in their cross-gender identification,” wrote the researchers. “There is no evidence that all children who express gender-atypical thoughts or behavior should be encouraged to become transgender.”
The report argued that enabling acceptance of transgenderism through medical intervention is particularly harmful. “An area of particular concern involves medical interventions for gender-nonconforming youth. They are increasingly receiving therapies that affirm their felt genders, and even hormone treatments or surgical modifications at young ages,” the authors observed.
These sentiments are similar to those found in a position statement released by the American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) on March 21 entitled “Gender Ideology Harms Children,” in which the writers observed that any policies that foster the belief that gender dysphoria is anything beyond a psychological problem are in fact harmful.
The authors of that position statement made several scientific observations, including that human sexuality “is an objective biological binary trait.” Children who use hormones to attempt to mimic a sex that is not their own have a number of dangerous physical and mental risks, the position statement advised, adding that “conditioning children into believing a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful” can be classified as child abuse.
According to The New Atlantis study, in fact, conditioning anyone to accept impersonation of the opposite sex via surgery or chemical influences is harmful. The authors observe that adults who choose to have sex-reassignment surgeries have “a higher risk of experiencing poor mental health outcomes.” They cite a study that found that sex-“reassigned individuals were about 5 times more likely to attempt suicide and about 19 times more likely to die by suicide.”
Interestingly, PJ Media did a piece earlier this week on some of the real-life victims of what it dubbed the transgender “cult.” These” victims” were encouraged to embrace their gender confusion in their youth and are now living with the repercussions of those decisions. “I am a real, live 22-year-old woman, with a scarred chest and a broken voice, and five o’clock shadow because I couldn’t face the idea of growing up to be a woman. That’s my reality,” Cari Stella confessed in a YouTube video. “Gender was done to me, gender was traumatizing to me, I don’t want anything to do with it anymore,” she declared. She admitted, “When I was transitioning, I felt a strong desire — what I would have called a ‘need’ at the time — to transition.”
Stella now contends that her transition only made things worse. “It can be damn hard to figure out that the treatment you’re being told is to help you is actually making your mental health worse. Testosterone made me even more dissociated than I already was,” she said.
Stella is a prime example of an observation made by the authors in The New Atlantis study. They wrote, “The potential that patients undergoing medical and surgical sex reassignment may want to return to a gender identity consistent with their biological sex suggests that reassignment carries considerable psychological and physical risk.” The report ultimately concluded that politics and culture have been far too influential in the understanding of transgenderism and LGBT-related mental health problems, and encouraged individuals to take a more scientific approach to these issues.
The researchers wrote, “While there is much controversy surrounding how our society treats its LGBT members, no political or cultural views should discourage us from understanding the related clinical and public health issues and helping people suffering from mental health problems that may be connected to their sexuality.”
They readily admitted that better research is required to determine the best ways to help lower the rates of poor mental health outcomes in the LGBT community, but noted that despite the scientific uncertainty behind sexual orientation and gender identity, “drastic interventions” continue to be prescribed and delivered to patients.
In June, McHugh noted that despite the lack of biological or physical basis for sexual identity, scientists struggled to persuade others that transgenderism is a psychological disorder because “there is a deep prejudice in favor of the idea that nature is totally malleable.”
The authors of the article welcomed “spirited responses” to their report, and it is likely they will be barraged with exactly that.
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P.S.: “Only a minority of children who experience cross-gender identification will continue to do so into adolescence or adulthood,” the report stated. – New Atlantis Journal Report on Transgenderism
“There is no evidence that all children who express gender-atypical thoughts or behavior should be encouraged to become transgender.” – New Atlantis Journal Report on Transgenderism
Simply put… given these two passages alone, the New Atlantis Journal Report on Transgenderism has not “closed the door” to the reality, that some “gender subjects” are– in fact!– OUTSIDE OF THE NORM with respect to SEXUAL IDENTIFICATION/ ORIENTATION!… and so, the New Atlantis Journal Report is “less dogmatic” than the Author of this Report Review would have us believe– at least, by way of the Report Review’s title!– when it comes to the New Atlantis Journal Report’s critique of Transgenderism, and the “Born That Way Phenomenon”! However, it should be noted, that such “Transgender subjects” are RARE, and should not be arbitrarily associated with the “common sexual self-ascription” that/ which is linked to members of the LGBQ communities!


Freak …kind of like John Mayor.
U wonder how many kids John Mayor has molested?…I don’t know, just asking…

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Shh, AnnoyingMouse!… go back to sleep! And stop “playing with yourself”!… you know what that does to your ability to think straight!… and to prepare a LUCID, CONSCIONABLE and RESPONSIBLE Comment Log/ Clog!!
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