Went to Florida to "start over". While there, I befriended a woman who abandoned her son at my apartment. When I called Child Protective Services and reported her, word quickly got back to her that I called CPS. The grapevine in the lgbTQia+ world is maliciously active. She came and got the boy that night. The next day I was greeted by two detectives who asked me all types of disturbing questions. They accused me of attempting to molest the boy who was left in my home, this boy whom I’d fed and treated as if he were my own family. The boy had obviously been coached as to what to tell these detectives because they truly thought I was guilty. They didn’t arrest me at that point, but they did tell me not to leave town. So, of course I left town.
I went back home to Philly. But now I had a warrant for my arrest on “lewd and lascivious acts in the presence of a child.” And Philadelphia welcomed me with an additional arrest warrant for prostitution.
I was twenty-two years old, a confused, lost, broken trans-identified male living as a "woman" and HIV+. I was a victim of molestation (several times) and that cycle of deviant behavior. I was caught and sent to jail. There I was once again a “commodity,” and I knew it. I played the part well, and in jail I could have anyone or anything I wanted by doing the same thing I was accustomed to doing, having sex and acting as feminine as I possibly could.
Due to my Florida warrant, I was eventually extradited to a county jail in Orlando, Florida, where I was not only a commodity, but the new “girl” in town. I was prime flesh for all the men who sought sexual relations and even for the ones who had not fallen into that dark world yet—at least not till they met me. I really believed that some of these men truly cared for me. I truly thought they had my best interest at heart. But in the end I was used and abused there as well. Eventually I was released on probation.
The court case went like this: Upon my arrest, my family retained an attorney for me, who came into court, saw me, and told me to take the plea offer the state was offering. He said if I took my case to trial, I would lose without a doubt, because I looked like a woman but was in fact a man. This attorney told me that from my appearance and proclaimed sexual orientation alone, there was no jury or judge who would look at me as being innocent. In society’s eyes I was a man who had breasts and was a “sexual freak of nature,” a “pervert.” And for those who do not know what a plea offer is, it is an admission of guilt without having to say the word guilty. So I took the plea offer and accepted ten years probation for a crime I did not commit, “a lewd and lascivious act in the presence of a child.”
I have since then come to the conclusion that, even though I was not guilty of the particular crime I was accused of, I was indeed guilty of the crime itself in that I was always chasing after teenage boys and luring them into my dark web of sexual gratification and deception.
I was a monster. I made the choice to become a monster, and I know it was a choice, because I would eventually choose not to do any of those things. I also watched how common it was for children to be “recruited” (another word for molested) into that dark movement of deception.
And I was far from alone in this. I say this not to shift blame but to make people aware of what is going on. The majority of the dark lgbTQia+ world engages in this. And that is one reason so many young people today are on the streets, doing drugs and drinking, because of the hurt from being abused, used, and entrapped in that dark world.
I attracted and seduced teenage boys by the way I looked and dressed. And I would entice them with sex and material things. This was the behavior that I experienced, saw and learned from the depths of the lgbTQia+ movement.
The majority of this movement have lured teens into that dark world for decades, using them up sexually, profiting off of them, passing them around and then discarding them like common garbage. The end result leaves many as alcoholics and drug addicts, on some type of psych medications, prostituting themselves because they have no self-love or self-worth, and sometimes getting into the porn industry and sex-trafficking rings.
Yes, I was guilty of perpetrating this very thing. And no, I am not afraid to tell the truth because this is why I believe GOD allowed me to go through this whole disaster and survive. For such a time as this!
The difference from then and now is that this lgbTQia+ movement is IN THE SCHOOLS, CURRICULUM and anywhere that youth gather. This is why I do what I do, to expose the darkness trying to envelope youth because NOBODY should endure not one iota of what I have endured!