August 11, 2022

USA: Transgender Activist Charged With Sex Crimes Against Several Minors. She Was Featured In Print News And Television Reports Advertising The Benefits Of Gender Affirming Medical Interventions, Feminist news and opinion 
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Thursday July 21, 2022

A trans-identified male who “manipulated” children into sexual activities was arrested last Wednesday in Citrus County, Florida. According to police, 33-year-old Diana Elizabeth Guevara fostered a relationship with one child in order to “identify [his] next victims.”

Guevara sent multiple explicit photos and videos on social media to children between the ages of 12 to 17, law enforcement officials said, adding that he also had sexual relations with a number of the children at his home in Inverness.

Police were tipped off by the mother of a youth victim on June 30 after she overheard the minor talking about the second victim having sexual contact with Guevara.

An investigation conducted by Tony Ricci, a detective at the sheriff’s office Special Victim’s Unit, revealed that during the month of July, Guevara had been sending videos and texts via Snapchat to one of the victims, stating that he had a crush on the minor and “wanted to kiss” him. Guevara then sent a follow-up video of himself stripping to his underwear.

A second victim reported that he was sexually abused after he visited Guevara’s home. A sworn testimony provided by the second victim on July 8 includes details of the assault, noting that both the teen and his friend had been regularly visiting Guevara’s home to play video games. It was on this occasion that Guevara performed oral sex on the victim, even after he told Guevara he was 16 years old.

A third teenage boy, who was 14 years old at the time of the incidents, told investigators that Guevara had sexual contact with him on four separate occasions during the months of November and December of 2021. Guevara continually requested a relationship with the boy and performed sex acts on the victim on three occasions, which escalated to intercourse. Guevara then instructed the boy not to inform law enforcement.

Two of the teens who were sexually abused said Guevara told them he was 23 years old, which was ten years younger than his actual age.

“Guevara manipulated the young victims in this case and then took advantage of them,” Citrus County Sheriff Mike Prendergast said in a press statement. “[He] was able to foster a relationship with one victim and identify her next victims through them, showing a pattern of predatory behavior.”

According to the Sheriff’s Office, Guevara was charged with transmitting harmful materials to minors, unlawful sexual activity with certain minors, and four counts of lewd and lascivious battery. He was held on a $47,000 bond, but, according to officials at the facility, was released from the Citrus County Detention Facility on July 21 at 2 a.m.

Guevara’s crime received little coverage by mainstream outlets, and he was referred to as a “woman” by both police and local news.

In 2017, Guevara, a former Miami-Dade Police Officer, was featured in both print news and television reports advertising the benefits of ‘gender affirming’ medical interventions through the LGBTQ Clinic at the University of Miami. In an article published by the Miami Herald, Guevara lauds having a breast augmentation as “life-changing” experience.

Guevara’s surgeon was also featured in the article — Dr. Christopher Salgado, who was one of Jazz Jenning’s consulting doctors. Salgado was recently forced to resign from his position as a section chief at the LGBTQ Clinic at the University of Miami after he was found posting images of botched genital surgeries to his Instagram with demeaning hashtags.

Graphic images were posted to Salgado’s account, @SexSurgeon, including an X-ray of a patient’s rectum with a sex toy lodged inside, along with a derisive comment joking that a phalloplasty would have prevented the mishap.

Guevara is scheduled for a hearing on August 4.
written by Spencer Lindquist
Friday July 22, 2022

Police arrested several pro-transgender political activists for separate sex crimes involving children during June and July.

A transgender activist who appeared in the New York Times is one of the activists that has been charged with sex crimes involving children. Reduxx exclusively reported that Carlos Arturo Aparicio Hernandez had been arrested by police in Salt Lake County, Utah.

Hernandez was charged with a litany of crimes, including “aggravated sexual extortion and six counts of forcible sodomy as first-degree felonies, and three counts of forcible sexual abuse, enticing a minor, and five counts of sexual exploitation of a minor as second-degree felonies,” the outlet reported.

Hernandez blackmailed and sexually abused a 15-year-old boy after pretending to be a girl his own age online. He admitted to sexually abusing the boy to the police. Hernandez was the subject of a 2018 New York Times profile, which sought to document the struggles that LGBTQ migrants face.

Prior to being featured in the media outlet, he was on the board of directors of a pro-trans organization in his home country of El Salvador. Hernandez has also been a speaker at the University of Southern California. Despite being a man, Hernandez has been placed in the women’s section of the Salt Lake City Metro Jail, according to reporting from Reduxx.

Hernandez is just one of several trans activists who has recently been arrested for sex crimes involving children. Reduxx also found that self-proclaimed “trans supremacist” Caanan Jacob Kelley was arrested in June for possessing child sexual abuse material for the second time in a year.

Members on a pro-pedophile site attempted to raise money for his bail for a previous charge. Kelley was arrested in Tarrant County, Texas, and is now being held on $20,000 bond.

Diana Elizabeth Guevara, a man who identifies as a woman and has promoted sex change operations in media, was arrested for sexual activity with minors in Florida.

Guevara was arrested for a number of charges, including “Transmitting Harmful Material to Minors,” “Unlawful Sexual Activity with Certain Minors,” and four counts of “Lewd and Lascivious Battery.”

According to law enforcement officials, Guevara sent numerous sexually explicit images and videos to children between the ages of 12 and 17 over social media. In addition to the explicit messages, Guevara also physically assaulted his victims.

A victim testimony reportedly also accuses Guevara of sexually assaulting boys aged 16 and 14 in his home. Guevara also reportedly lied about his age to the children, telling them that he was 23 instead of 33, his real age. Both the sheriff’s report and a local news article refer to Guevara as a woman despite him being a man.

Guevara previously appeared on a television broadcast to promote sex change operations in 2017. Guevara was also allegedly featured in an article in the Miami Herald where he specifically referred to breast augmentation surgery as a “life—changing” experience.

The National File reported that Eric Rohman, a public school employee in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, has been arrested alongside two other men in a police sting operation targeting pedophiles.

“Police allege that the three communicated over various social media apps with decoys posing as children. The three are accused of going to a location to have sex with a child, where they were arrested,” the National File reported.”

Rohman called himself a “proud member of the LGBTQIA community” and has been a vocal advocate for the presence of pro-LGBT curriculum in schools.

In a speech at a school council meeting, Rohman told parents that their children are “so hungry for knowledge that despite your words, your wishes, your values, they will learn on their own.”
In Arizona, school counselor Zoebella Brazil Vinik was arrested for having sex with a student who was only 15. Vinik was the educator support lead for Q Space, an LGBTQ+ club where students are encouraged to “explore their identities.” Vinik even helped organize a drag show at Tuscon High Magnet School, the Arizona Daily Independent reported.

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