Serious allegations were made against a TSA agent at a New York airport Saturday by a traveler posting sobbing pictures from the women’s restroom that left many fact-checking “her” claim.
“…my balls still hurt so bad…”
Posting from an account switched to private, a man identified by the username mara claimed he was humiliated Saturday when going through the security checkpoint at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
According to a report from The Daily Mail, “the flyer posted a since-deleted selfie showing [him] sobbing in a bathroom stall following the episode,” which included the accusation that a female TSA agent punched his genitals.
“[H]i so a tsa agent at jfk airport punched me in the genitalia,” he superimposed over a selfie, “yelled at me for having a penis (?) and humiliated me in front of everyone after i told her to please stop.”
In now deleted tweets/pictures, a trans-"woman" claimed that a TSA agent at JFK airport punched "her" testicles and that "her" balls hurt afterwards. pic.twitter.com/C2N6tjhrOh
— Leftism (@LeftismForU) March 26, 2023
“[S]he followed me into the women’s bathroom and began talking about me to a coworker while I sobbed in a stall,” he continued before asking, “anyone know what I can do.”
Subsequent posts included the traveler expressing, “haven’t stopped crying since an hour ago. my balls still hurt so bad,” and, “i don’t want the tsa agent that hurt me fired. i want her educated and the entirety of tsa abolished altogether.”
Last year, President Joe Biden had announced that the TSA would be upgrading all of their airport screening technology to be more “inclusive” in the process. The Department of Homeland Security press release said in part, “Through technology updates, process changes, and expanded partnerships, TSA and CBP (Customs and Border Protection) are improving their screening procedures and ensuring they are conducted in a manner that respects the dignity of each individual. These measures are part of a concerted effort by the Biden-Harris Administration to advance equality for transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming Americans.”
As it was, TSA designated travelers based on biological sex and therefore a man claiming to be a woman would be flagged for an anomaly and their crotch would ultimately be patted down. It remained unclear if that was the case in this particular situation, but social media wouldn’t drop the reporting on the accusation that included the phrase “her testicles.”
“‘… her testicles.’ Welcome to 2023, the year we finally lost it…” one person wrote while another pointed out, “Woman and testicles. Two different things.”
Others argued that the man was likely in the wrong if he didn’t alert the agents to his biology beforehand as the security pat down probably could have been avoided altogether, much like the surprise for the female TSA agent who wasn’t given the opportunity to consent to that kind of contact.
“… her testicles.” Welcome to 2023, the year we finally lost it…
— Richard Smith (@ByronLomax1963) March 26, 2023
Woman and testicles. Two different things
— whoyou (@sahara_aapka) March 26, 2023
Is women’s consent not a thing anymore? Why are female TSA agents expected to pat down intact males? His discomfort at being a man doesn’t overrule a woman’s consent.
— bloombloom (@astridcostigan) March 26, 2023
The Mail went on to report that JFK replied to the tweets with an apology that read, “We apologize again for your experience. Your comments have been noted and shared.”
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