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Transgender Pedophile Gets Child Pornography Conviction Overturned, Wait Until You See Why

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Transgender Pedophile Gets Child Pornography Conviction Overturned, Wait Until You See Why

What is the definition of a right? How about a “transgender right”? Does a man have the “right” to put on makeup and a dress like a woman? Does a man have the “right” to destroy their own genitalia to become more “like a woman”?

Are these rights, or are they something else?

Whatever they are, they’re becoming a more frequently discussed topic in the world, and not in America. But where do we draw the line for what is actually a right?

The way I see it, from a civil government standpoint, people should have the freedom to do these things because no one else should have the authority to tell them what they can do with their bodies. That doesn’t mean it’s a good idea.

You’ll never believe what happened in Australia and how they’re allowed this whole transgender mess get in the way of justice.

A transgender “woman” was just given his freedom back and avoided nearly all punishment for one of the most heinous crimes imaginable: possessing photos of child sex abuse.

The reason for his conviction getting overturned was that he was, “struggling with issues concerning his transgender identity.

According to Pluralist,

“There were a total of 15 images depicting young boys between the age of five years and 16 years posing naked, performing oral sex or engaging in anal intercourse, either with other young people or adults,” the court said.

Last December, Bunton pleaded guilty in the District Court of Burbane to possession of child exploitation material.

During sentencing, Justice Brian Devereaux pointed out that Bunton had told a psychologist that she only got involved with child porn “out of curiosity and at a time when she was struggling with issues concerning her transgender identity and sexual identity.” She claimed to have stopped viewing the material at age 17.

The forensic psychologist, Dr. Gavan Palk, seemed convinced in his report to the court.

“She does not present as a person who is a risk to children. Her sexual offences appear situational and in the context of low self-esteem and lack of confidence due to teenage sexual adjustment issues,” he said. ‘There was no evidence of entrenched paedophilic tendencies.”

So I suppose if someone is “struggling” with something, even something doesn’t even exist, they can have criminal convictions overturned without a hitch.

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