I gotta admit: I’m proud to be an alumnus of Notre Dame Law School. I was in my third year of law school when Mrs. Barrett was a freshman in the undergrad so our paths would’ve never crossed, but I’m professionally, personally, politically pleased with the nomination.
“Professionally personally politically pleased.” Man, that’s some serious alliteration.
Every inmate’s dream come true: “Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law on Saturday requiring California to house transgender inmates in prisons based on their gender identity.”
Lots of convicts suddenly feel like they’ve always had breasts–soft, supple, breasts even–but were compelled by the patriarchal language matrix to express them in terms of violence.
But I tell you what: I’d like to see the look on the sadistic female prison guard who sexually accosts one of them.
Now, in Newsom’s defense, the law says the state doesn’t have to do it if it has “management or security concerns.” How do you put men in a woman’s prison without safety concerns? That’s like Hitler putting Jews in Auschwitz but only if their Kosher laws can be respected. The entire point of the policy (putting men and women together . . . Auschwitz) conflicts with the thing to be avoided (rape . . . respecting Kosher laws).
We can’t even put college men and women together on college campuses without sexual assaults. How are we going to house convicts and women together?
But hey, on the bright side, this oughtta lighten the workload of the prison sissies.