Military recruit considers resignation after being forced to shower with trans women with full male genitalia: report
2023/07/19

An 18-year-old military recruit has raised concerns about being forced to shower and sleep with biological males as part of the Biden administration's transgender policies. The recruit, who fears speaking out due to potential career repercussions, is experiencing significant distress in this situation. Senator Rounds learned about the issue from the attorney general of the South Dakota National Guard, who was concerned about the lack of privacy and respect for the recruit. The Pentagon stated that all service members should be treated with dignity and respect, and encouraged those feeling uncomfortable to address their concerns through the chain of command.

According to Senator Rounds, the discomforting living situation faced by the girl in question had limited options for recourse. She could either resign or start over again. The senator believes that the Biden administration's transgender policies have contributed to a recruitment crisis in the military, as the focus seems to be more on transgender individuals rather than the overall well-being of all service members. President Biden reversed the ban on transgender people serving in the military, emphasizing the importance of diversity and inclusivity. Concerns are growing about the military falling behind its recruitment goals, which could impact its ability to address potential threats from countries like Russia and China.

As for the next steps, Rounds will be speaking with the nominee to replace Chairman of the Join Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, Charles Q. Brown. 

“I talked to Gen. Brown… it was the first time that he had heard of this incident as well,” he said. 

“I’ve already received a phone call from General Brown. He wants to discuss specifically this case. He wants more information. And I will take that call this next week from him, and we’ll see which direction he is recommending should he be confirmed as the chief of staff for the Department of Defense,” he said.

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