Eric Thompson

Portland Jury Convicts Woman Of “Bias Crime” For Misgendering Individual


Nineteen Eighty-Four is a dystopian novel and cautionary tale written by English writer George Orwell, published on 8 June 1949.

Orwell wrote 1984 to teach people a lesson about the negative things that could happen if they allowed their government to exercise total control.

The totalitarian regime of Oceania is able to manipulate their citizens into believing anything, which allows them as much power as they could possibly want.

In what was only considered a conspiracy for decades, Americans are now being found guilty of crimes for misgendering transgender individuals.

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Women will have to accept biological men in the women’s bathroom and locker rooms or else they will be convicted of crimes.

In Portland, Oregon (of course), a Multnomah County jury has convicted Cassandra McIntyre, a natural woman, of harassment and bias crimes for taking offense to Riia Larsen using the women’s bathroom at a Portland bar.

A grand jury indicted her on the charges last August.

The jury found her guilty of both counts, and determined that a “reasonable” person would not have acted in the same way.

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The Oregonian reported:

An off-duty bartender who ordered a patron not to use the women’s bathroom and shoved the woman when she tried to explain her gender identity was found guilty of second-degree bias crime and harassment charges Wednesday.

The confrontation, captured on surveillance camera footage, showed Cassie McIntyre pushing customer Riis Larsen, a transgender woman, outside the women’s restroom at Jake’s Place.

Testifying in court Tuesday, Larsen said she had just stepped out of the women’s bathroom, a single-user room with a locking door, when McIntyre cornered her and told her she “was a man” and should use the other toilet.

Larsen, 35, said she tried to explain her gender identity but McIntyre, 40, told her to “get out” using an expletive, then shoved her. The video showed the shove but didn’t record audio.

Surveillance footage showed both women approaching the on-duty bartender following the brief altercation. Another patron, R.J. Stangland, testified that he could hear McIntyre continuing to use the wrong pronouns for Larsen and saying Larsen should not be allowed to use the women’s bathroom.

In her own testimony, McIntyre claimed Larsen had cut in line for the women’s bathroom and pushed another regular, who complained. McIntyre said she then intercepted Larsen but didn’t understand she was misgendering her.

“I wasn’t trying to misgender her — I had to look up what transgender was in the dictionary,” McIntyre said. “We were just arguing over spilt milk.”

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