Miranda Yardley is a fantastic human being who stands up for Women and Girls, and rejects the ideology of Transgenderism. Recently, Miranda received a letter from the Labour Party inquiring into posts made on Miranda’s Twitter account. We provide the letter below. THIS IS ORWELLIAN AND SCARY.
Miranda regrets nothing.
Timothy Paul Coyle aka Samantha Amanda Coyle is a man who identifies as a woman. He wants access to the Downtown Hope Center’s shelter for women. when they told him know, he filed a complaint with the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission. Coyle wants to be able to be sheltered anywhere without regard to any rules, as discussed in this interview.
As reported elsewhere:
“His court records show that Coyle is a man with an extensive criminal record, including violent crimes. There are no court records found in extensive research by Must Read Alaska that pertain to his assumed female identity.
Coyle, 52, appears to have lived in Anchorage, Colorado and Idaho. He has a long list of prior arrests and convictions that include charges for armed robbery with a deadly weapon (dismissed by prosecution), and other theft charges, including shoplifting, resisting arrest, and violation of probation.
As late as January, 2017, his last interaction with the Alaska criminal justice system, the court referred to Coyle as a male, and no records were found for a name change.”
Max Brennan (“M.A.B.”) is a 15-year-old female who identifies as a transgender boy. Brennan, who attends high school at St. Michaels Middle High School in Talbot County, Maryland, filed a lawsuit in federal court against the high school in July 2016 seeking access to sex-segregated facilities for boys at the high school.
On March 12, 2018, U.S. District Court of Maryland Judge George L. Russell, III issued a ruling in M.A.B. v. Board of Education of Talbot County holding that “M.A.B.’s claims come down to a boy asking his school to treat him just like any other boy. This Court finds that Title IX and the Equal Protection Clause provide M.A.B. grounds to do so.”
However, the court denied Brennan’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction seeking “to allow him to use the High School boys’ locker room on the same terms as other male students” because the court found “that M.A.B. has not sufficiently shown that he faces irreparable harm without preliminary relief before the Court issues a decision on the merits. … Because M.A.B. is not enrolled in physical education for the current school year, the harm he asserts is not ‘actual and imminent.'”
Read the decision in full here.
Deon “Strawberry” Hampton is a man who identifies as a transgender woman. He is currently serving a 10-year prison sentence for burglary. In 2017, he filed a federal lawsuit seeking a transfer from the men’s prison where he is serving his sentence to a women’s prison, alleging mistreatment on the basis of his “gender identity.” Following an evidentiary hearing in front of a U.S. Magistrate Judge which focused on ““Hampton’s gender identity and on whether [he] could pose a risk to female inmates if moved,” he was transferred to Lawrence Correctional Center, another men’s prison.
On March 8, he filed another federal lawsuit against the Illinois Department of Corrections again seeking transfer to an all-female prison, alleging he is still being mistreated at the men’s prison and is in “such despair” that he “tried to kill [him]self.”
Placing a male inmate in an all-female facility would violate the civil rights of every woman incarcerated there under the UN’s Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.
On March 5, 2018 U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale issued a decision in a lawsuit brought by individuals who identify as transgender seeking to change their identifying documents to reflect their “gender identity,” holding that the “rules by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare violate the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.” Judge Dale ordered the state to begin considering applications from individuals seeking to change the sex listed on their birth certificates under new rules by April 6, and that the reissued birth certificates cannot include a record of the original sex listed on the documents.
On March 6, he announced his decision to step down from the advisory role on Twitter, claiming “endless attacks on [his] character by the conservative right wing press and relentless online abuse” forced his decision.