MEMORANDUM

To: Target Stores

Re: Evidence that your policy allowing “transgenders” to use the restroom of their choice is an invitation to male perverts

Target's new transgender-friendly bathroom sign

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Peter Baklinski reports for LifeSiteNews.com, March 4, 2016, that a biological man claiming to be ‘transgender’ so as to gain access to and prey on women at two shelters in Toronto, Canada, was declared by a judge to be a “dangerous offender” and sentenced to jail “indefinitely”.

In 2012, claiming to be a male-to-female “transgender” Jessica, Christopher Hambrook, 37, gained entrance into women’s shelters and sexually assaulted several women, the Toronto Sun reports.

Christopher Hambrook

One woman awoke to find Hambrook assaulting her on her bed. Court documents recount: “Her tights had been pulled down past her bottom and her bathing suit had been pulled to the side. She yelled at the accused, demanding to know what he was doing. He simply covered his face with his hands, said ‘Oops!’ and started giggling.”

Hambrook also terrorized a deaf woman living in the shelter by grabbing her hand and forcibly placing it on his crotch area while his penis was erect. The woman said Hambrook also peered at her through a gap between the door and its frame while she showered.

Hambrook was a former stripper and escort from Quebec before moving to Toronto in 2009 and posing as a woman. While in Montreal he served four years in jail for a 2002 sexual assault of a five-year-old girl — a family friend — and for raping a mentally challenged 27-year-old woman while on bail for the first crime.

Justice John McMahon imposed the “indefinite” prison sentence due to Hambrook’s long history of committing sex crimes and because, as the prosecution argued, the sexual predator’s out-of-control sexual urges put the public at great risk.

In 2012, Ontario amended its Human Rights Code — dubbed the “bathroom bill” by critics — to make “gender identity” and “gender expression” prohibited grounds for discrimination. Family advocates argued at the time that the bill would create a legal right for a man who calls himself ‘transgender’ to use rooms and facilities intended for women so as to exploit women.

In the United States, problems have already surfaced from allowing a man who calls himself ‘transgender’ to enter a woman’s area. As an example, in 2012 a college in Washington state decided it would not prevent a 45-year-old man who presents himself as a transgender “female” from lounging naked in a women’s locker room in an area frequented by girls as young as six. So “Colleen” Francis exposed his genitalia through the glass window in a sauna to teenage girls on a high school swim team. But police told one outraged mother that the university could not bar the biological male from the premises.

Jack Fonseca of Campaign Life Coalition told LifeSiteNews that it “didn’t take a brain surgeon to predict that letting men into women’s bathrooms and other private spaces would eventually lead to sexual assaults. I wish we didn’t have to say ‘I told you so,’ but Ontario’s party leaders and MPPs were warned that the transsexual ‘Bathroom Bill’ endangered women and needed to be defeated. Of course this lunatic law could only make it easier for rapists and peeping toms to prey on female victims while masquerading as ‘transgendered’.”

Calling for a repeal of the law, Fonseca warned that “If this dangerous law is not repealed, we will only see a rise in male predators attacking women in spaces where they deserve the right to privacy like bathrooms, change rooms and women’s shelters.”

A federal version of the “gender identity” bill currently sits in the Senate after failing to pass its third and final reading in August after the Conservatives shut down Parliament for a summer break. Fonseca said that the federal legislation puts Canadian women at risk, and urges “all concerned Canadians to phone, email and write Canada’s Senators pointing out that the Ontario version of this law allowed Mr. Hambrook to sexually assault two women, and to ensure that Senators do not make the mistake of granting legal cover to would-be rapists at the federal level. Tell the Senators to vote NO to Bill C-279 when it comes up again.”

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Contact Canada’s senators here.

H/t FOTM‘s MomOfIV

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~Eowyn

Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds