Saturday, February 11, 2017

LGBT Agenda Attacks Torrance: Male Pretending to be Female Molests Five Youths

Now more than ever, we need to confront transgenderism and the whole LGBT agenda with open eyes and clear convictions.

It is not a normal albeit eccentric lifestyle.

It's a destructive set of behaviors based on distortions and false identities.

This is not about hate. This about stopping the hurt.

Much of the time, the more that I hear the stories from former and practicing homosexuals, they tell me that their identity crisis and the behaviors which follow come from abuses in their past.

Then I read this disturbing account in the Torrance Daily Breeze:

Transgender woman sentenced to prison for sex acts with teen boys in Torrance

Here's the main contents:

A 25-year-old transgender woman was sentenced Wednesday to more than five years in prison for engaging in sex acts with teenage boys — one of them 13 — she propositioned on streets in north Torrance.

Right away, we see media malpractice.

No matter what this "Jane Nicholson" called himself, he was still a he.

There is no capacity for an individual to transition from male to female. It's in the DNA.

More readers should demand accountability from the press for their continued insistence on pushing this lie.

The boys, authorities said, did not know their female partner was biologically male until they were later contacted by detectives conducting a child molestation investigation.


How could the youths not know.

I believe that they would have been doubly ashamed for finding out what that it was a biological male who had abused them. Without going into greater detail, it's a greater point of shame for men to acknowledge that they are victims of sexual abuse. A sense of demasculinizing takes over for that person.

Jane Maria Nicholson, who formerly served on the board of the South Bay LGBT Center, agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors just days before jury selection was expected to begin for her trial in Torrance Superior Court.

WOW! This was headed for court!

Last week, facing up to 12 years in prison, Nicholson had rejected a deal to serve four years behind bars for crimes involving four boys in exchange for a no-contest or guilty plea in court. Nicholson reconsidered Wednesday when she learned Torrance police had this week identified a fifth victim — a 14-year-old Lawndale boy who allegedly had received oral sex.

Oh brother! This sexual license is hurting our kids, and hurting our society.

On Wednesday, with prosecutors prepared to file two more charges against her, the deal was raised to five years, four months in prison. Nicholson, a Torrance resident, accepted.

The charges stemmed from encounters that occurred from June to October 2014, and November 2015, when Nicholson randomly rode up to boys hanging out outdoors near 182nd Street and Crenshaw Boulevard, identified herself as a woman and offered sexual acts, authorities said.

These crimes occurred nearly three years ago! Justice does not flow as swiftly as some would like, but that's what it takes.

Torrance police arrested Nicholson on Dec. 1, 2015.

On Wednesday, Nicholson entered four no-contest pleas to felony counts of lewd acts upon a child under 14, oral copulation of a person under 18, and sodomy involving a person under 18, and a misdemeanor count of child molesting. 

Just awful. Just terrible.

When does this destructive insanity stop!

Nicholson must register as a sex offender when she is released on parole, and must have no contact with any of the four boys.

He, not she.

Now here's some information about this person:

In a Torrance CitiCable video news feature posted on YouTube in September 2015, Nicholson said she was happy with her role helping gay, lesbian and transgender people at the South Bay LGBT center at 16610 Crenshaw Blvd.

Here's the video below:

The report said Nicholson was in a four-year transition from male to female after figuring out she was not a gay man, but a transgender woman.

Huh? What was the criteria for determining this

She became emotional when talking about transgender people becoming open about themselves.

“We have gay marriage legal and it’s time,” she said. “It’s time to break this closet. It’s time to be ourselves and not worry.”

Nicholson’s name remains listed as a board member on the LGBT Center’s website. But Alphonzo Hicks, the center’s president, said she is no longer affiliated with the center.

I checked the website. Her name is no longer listed. In fact, I could not find the list of board members.

“We are not commenting on anything to do with Jane,” Hicks said. “She is no longer a board member at the center.”


It's time for us to confront this whole LGBT agenda.

There was a time when that young man was a victim, and then he called himself "Jane"

You can listen to the interview when he sat on the board of the South Bay LGBT center.

He stated that he did not "feel comfortable in the male role."

I suspect that this young man was abused in  some way.

For someone to have such a damaged sense of gender identity--that could only come from such trauma.

This person needed help.

He was and still is a male:

He claimed to be speaking with a therapist ...

A therapist who told this young man that he was a woman trapped in a man's body?!

That therapist should be jailed for mal-practice.

This gender-bending is not a game. This is abuse.

And abused people ... abuse people.


It's time to resist this destructive agenda with the truth!

Again, this is not about hate, but about truth, and through truth people can give and receive true love.

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