I was growing up, police in
What police are doing to peaceful
female protesters in some areas of the country is absolutely horrific. A
recent article by Steve Watson described the
degrading things that were done to one group of women when they were arrested
Attorneys with the anti-abortion groups the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), the Thomas More Society of Chicago, and the American Catholic Lawyers Association revealed that after their arrest, the protesters, including women and young girls, one as young as 14, were put into leg shackles and strip searched twice, while being denied the right to make phone calls, and make contact with lawyers. The protesters were kept in jail overnight.
indicate that the first strip search took place in the police station parking
lot in full view of male officers. The second strip search was conducted at the
You can view a few minutes of video from when the women were originally arrested right here.
How would you feel if your mother, your wife or your daughter was being treated like this?
How would you respond if you learned that your female family members were strip-searched in front of leering male police officers?
There is no excuse for treating women like this.
In other parts of the country, police are getting very violent with peaceful female protesters.
Is there any excuse for spraying pepper spray directly into the face of a woman that is being completely non-violent?
Police officers like that give all police a bad name.
Perhaps even more disturbing are the police officers that have been yanking women around by their hair.
In the video posted below, police brutally drag UCB English Professor Celeste Langan to the ground by her hair. She was not being violent at all and she actually offered her wrists to the police and verbally told them that they could arrest her. But instead of doing that, the police yanked her by the hair and threw her to the ground. Subsequently, the police did the same thing to two other peaceful female protesters....
In the old days, any police officers that treated women like that would be run out of town.
But in modern "Amerika", police get to treat women as brutally as they want.
In fact, if a woman calls the police
in "Amerika" she may get raped. When one 19-year-old
single woman in
Yes, there are still lots of good
police officers out there in
Unfortunately though, there is a
cultural shift happening in
This kind of mistreatment of females by police officers is even going on in our public schools.
For example, a sixth-grade girl in Colorado was recently arrested and marched out of her school in handcuffs for being "argumentative and rude"....
An Adams County Sheriff's Office incident report says the assistant principal found Yajira walking in the hallway during lunch because the girl claimed she was cold and needed to get a sweater from her locker.
The report says the assistant principal was in mid-sentence when Yajira, "turned and walked away saying, 'I don't have time for this.'"
When intervention efforts with a counselor failed, Yajira was handcuffed and put in the school resource officer's patrol car and taken to a juvenile holding facility called "The Link."
In a previous article, I detailed some other incidents where female students have been arrested and publicly humiliated while at school....
*At one public school down in
*A security guard at one school in
*In early 2010, a 12-year-old girl at
a school in
*A 6-year-old girl down in
*A 17-year-old honor student in
Are you disgusted yet?
You should be.
What kind of country are we becoming?
Of course the federal government is one of the worst offenders when it comes to treating women like dogs.
At airports all over
The following is how blogger Erin Chase described what she experienced when she went through a TSA pat-down while going through airport security with her young baby....
She patted my left arm, my right arm, my upper back and my lower back. She then said, “I need to reach in and feel along the inside of your waistband.”
She felt along my waistline, moved behind me, then proceeded to feel both of my buttocks. She reached from behind in the middle of my buttocks towards my vagina area.
She did not tell me that she was going to touch my buttocks, or reach forward to my vagina area.
She then moved in front of my and touched the top and underneath portions of both of my breasts.
She did not tell me that she was going to touch my breasts.
She then felt around my waist. She then moved to the bottoms of my legs.
She then felt my inner thighs and my vagina area, touching both of my labia.
She did not tell me that she was going to touch my vagina area or my labia.
Does treating women like this make us a safer country?
The truth is that no other nation on earth is doing this sort of thing.
But it does show that we are becoming a country full of idiots.
After enduring such a horrific
I stood there, an American citizen, a mom traveling with a baby with special needs formula, sexually assaulted by a government official. I began shaking and felt completely violated, abused and assaulted by the TSA agent. I shook for several hours, and woke up the next day shaking.
Here is why I was sexually assaulted. She never told me the new body search policy. She never told me that she was going to touch my private parts. She never told me when or where she was going to touch me. She did not inform me that a private screening was available. She did not inform me of my rights that were a part of these new enhanced patdown procedures.
It is absolutely mind blowing how
women are being treated in
How we treat women says a lot about where we are at as a nation.
And right now