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Convicted Toddler Rapist Is Now A Trans Rights Activist Who Has Spoken At Top-Ranked Universities

By Gina Florio··  2 min read
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Xena Grandichelli

The trans movement has taken over mainstream culture over the last few years in ways that we never expected. Unfortunately, this development has also unearthed trans individuals who parade around as "activists" when they are nothing more than convicted sex predators.

Jeffrey Willsea, who now goes by Xena Grandichelli, is one of those people. This creep is a man who identifies as a woman and is now regarded as a renowned trans activist in circles of academia.

Jeffrey Willsea Is a Convicted Child Rapist

As disturbing as these stories can be, it's crucial that we uncover them in order to highlight the real dangers of accepting the intersectional trans agenda nationwide – and even more importantly, to protect children.

Willsea pleaded guilty to 11 counts of sexual abuse in 1994 and was officially designated as a level 3 sexually violent offender. This is the highest risk of recidivism and the highest threat to public safety. Level 3 offenders aren't allowed within 1,000 feet of schools. It's also important to note that this man was found guilty of raping a 3-year-old girl.

When Willsea was released from prison, he became a trans activist shortly afterwards. He even spoke at Columbia University in 2014 as a panelist representing "women's experiences of incarceration." He also led a workshop for the National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People of Color Health Conference in 2016, which was apparently meant to help with trans issues. You can't make this stuff up.

Upon his release from prison, Willsea partnered with the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP), an organization that has a history of working with men with a violent history that suddenly call themselves trans. For example, SRLP started a petition to have New York's Department of Corrections and Community Supervision release Luis Morales (who adopted the name Synthia China Blast), a man who brutally raped and tortured a 13-year-old girl named Ebony Nicole Williams. SRLP advocated on his behalf and continuously attempted to paint him in a sympathetic light.

We're hearing more and more stories like this lately. Child rapists who have been convicted of violently assaulting minors are suddenly revered as heroes and activists. This should disturb us—and it should be enough for parents to take a stand against this kind of woke nonsense. It's safe to say that there is a pattern of male predators who sneak their way into the trans community, very likely with the goal of finding new victims to abuse.

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