Trans Prisoner Transferred to Youth Facility After Impregnating Inmates At Women’s Prison

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A transgender inmate has been transferred to a youth facility after impregnating two fellow inmates at the women’s facility.

Demi Minor, 27, has been serving a 30-year sentence for manslaughter since the age of 16.

Earlier this year, Minor became one of over two dozen male inmates to be transferred to a woman’s prison facility after the state of New Jersey implemented a new policy allowing prisoners to be placed and treated in a manner that corresponded with their gender identity.

However, as The Post Millennial reported, Minor has since been transferred out of Edna Mahan Correctional Facility in Clinton after impregnating two fellow inmates.

The New Jersey Department of Corrections (NJDOC) is now “currently reviewing the policy for housing transgender incarcerated persons with the intention of implementing minor modifications,” according to spokesman Dan Sperrazza.

According to a website where Minor posts updates,, the inmate wrote that “Its clear that within this system I will always be viewed as a man. I often hear staff referring to me as ‘he’ when they are talking to other staff on the phone.”

Minor conceded that the transfer was taking place “due to my own actions” and lamented that “Now with the fact that I am having a child I have to acknowledged that there will he a backlash towards my community. Again, how can In expect judgemental [sic] people to understand my struggle.”

However, clarifying that the sexual relationships with fellow prisoners had been “consensual,” Minor also noted that “children were not something I expected because of the fact that I actually was engaged in hormone treatment and a risk of this was infertility. I would have never knowingly done my community a disservice by having children in a women’s prison. It’s not right.”

The states of California, Massachusetts, and Washington state have also implemented policy allowing prisoners to be placed in facilities that correspond with their gender identity.

In California, women’s groups have alleged that prisoners have been impregnated as a result of sexual contact with recently transferred transgender inmates.

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