Posted by The Atlantic Wire on October 30, 2018 11:33:50 The tranny escorting industry is in trouble.

Last year, the California-based Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) released a report that detailed the increasing violence and abuse of trans women in the industry, which was in part due to the increasing availability of escort services that cater to trans women.

As more trans women choose to participate in escort services, their violence and assault rate increases.

While the industry claims that these services are “safe and legal,” the CCF report found that they are not.

Tranny escort services have become a hot topic for advocates of transgender equality, including Caitlyn Jenner, who has spoken out against tranny-only services.

But what is the real reason behind the increase in violence and harassment against trans women?

Tranny-Only Escorts: A Brief History According to the report, there are currently more than 1,200 licensed escorts in California, with only a small number of those escorts using transgender women.

There is also a lack of regulation around trans-only escorts.

The majority of escorts are trans women, and some are trans men.

The lack of regulations means that trans-identified trans women can easily be assaulted and harassed in these types of businesses, according to the CCB report.

According to one escort, who requested anonymity, “The tranny industry is full of trans men who think they can do whatever they want and can take advantage of anyone.

They are not doing anything to stop this.

They just want to use the trans women as a sex toy.”

In 2017, there were 1,638 reported incidents of sexual assault against trans men in California.

These crimes are committed primarily by trans women who have been subjected to physical violence, intimidation, and threats of violence.

These assaults often happen at night, when people are not in their homes, or during escorts’ “blackout periods,” which are typically during which they are unable to leave their homes or their escorts can no longer call for assistance.

These attacks also occur in areas where the tranny sector is booming, such as the San Francisco Bay Area, where trans women make up approximately 12% of the population.

A recent survey by Transactional Records found that more than half of trans people (55%) have been sexually assaulted in their lives.

Trans women of color and LGBTQIA+ people are especially vulnerable, according the survey, which found that 61% of trans and LGBTQ+ people report having been assaulted at least once in their lifetime.

As a result, the trannys industry is a hotbed for harassment and violence.

A survey conducted by the California Women’s Coalition for Sexual Justice found that trans women are three times more likely than other trans women to be victims of violence by a trans person or an ally.

The CCF also reported that transwomen are the most commonly targeted by abusive trans people in escorts because they are perceived as the “unwanted” gender.

According a 2017 study by the nonprofit organization Transgender Law Center, trans women were more likely to be the targets of sexual violence and other forms of abuse by trans people than cisgender women, although trans women also faced greater levels of harassment.

In 2018, the International Institute for Justice released a study on trans women’s sexual violence experiences.

The report revealed that trans men are three to four times more frequent victims of rape, attempted rape, and sexual assault than trans women of any other gender.

Trans men and trans women have the highest rate of sexual harassment and physical assault, which is nearly double that of cisgender men and three times that of transwomen.

While some trans people use the “tranny industry” to identify their gender identity, most trans people are able to identify as trans women without resorting to the “pink slip” process, according one trans woman who spoke to The Atlantic.

The term “trannys” has become a shorthand for any trans woman with the intention of hiding their gender.

The trans community, especially those of color, often refer to trans people as “trans” because of their inability to use gender-neutral pronouns.

Some people, especially cisgender people, use the term “trans” to refer to any person whose gender identity is different from their biological sex.

The transgender community has a long history of using the term transgender to describe people who are not cisgender.

However, in recent years, the transgender community, including trans women and trans men, have begun to use a new term: transvestites.

This term has gained popularity among transgender men and has been adopted by a few transgender organizations to describe men and men who dress in drag or other styles to “inform” transgender women who do not identify with the “feminine” gender norms of the trans community.

The word transvestite has also been adopted in some circles by