Inmates at New Jersey's only women's prison get pregnant by trans inmate


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Único presídio feminino de Nova Jersey, Edna Mahan aloja 27 presos identificados como transgêneros

New Jersey’s only female prison, Edna Mahan houses 19 prisoners identified as transgender| Photo: Reproduction NJSpotlight News

The Edna Mahan Correctional Facility houses more than 632 inmates and started to receive transgender women (biological men) last year, following a lawsuit brought by a trans inmate who was for 13 months in male prisons.

Last year, two female prisoners of Edna Mahan filed a lawsuit to stop New Jersey’s gender identity policy, claiming they were harassed. by trans detainees. They reported that transgender prisoners were having sex with female prisoners.

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