Her gender dysphoria sparked inner turmoil

Where too much inclooosion can take you:

A western Sydney woman who thought she was messaging an underage girl about being a transgender person with “boobs and a c–k”, but was actually messaging undercover police, will remain behind bars.

Not a woman though. Even newspapers won’t tell the truth, even in a story about a man who tried to abuse a young girl.

Tianne Miller, 49, of Greystanes, appeared at Sydney Downing Centre District Court on Thursday after sending a series of sexually explicit messages to investigators in 2020 and 2021.

In July 2020, Child Exploitation Internet Unit detectives caught the widow sending sick messages on Chatiw and Facebook Messenger when she told an identity known as “41” she was 14 and how she intended to engage in sexual activity with her.

He. Mr Miller, age 49, did that.

Cops raided her house at Greystanes on August 14 where they seized an iPhone and laptop. Miller confessed to using Chatiw, sending the photos and that she was speaking to an underage people.

She was granted bail at Fairfield Court on August 15, 2021. The offending continued when she was on bail. The messages became more sick in October 2021 when Miller believed she was speaking with a 39-year-old woman who had a nine-year-old daughter.

He. He was granted bail, and he went right on doing the thing that got him arrested. Smart guy.

Miller told another online identity known as “46” that she could make her virginity “go away” after describing herself as a transgender/lesbian.

“As I’m transgender I have boobs and a c–k,’’ she said.

He said.

Judge Mark Marien said despite no actual victims being involved, it did not mitigate Miller’s offences, which had a “depraved nature”.

The court heard how her gender dysphoria sparked inner turmoil and made prison more onerous than other inmates. The woman, who was diagnosed with depression, also found it “jarring” when referred to as a man.


The court heard she had a traumatic incident in her childhood when her mother found her cross-dressing.

He. His childhood. Him cross-dressing.

Miller was sentenced to 5 ½ years in jail. She will be eligible for parole on July 16, 2024.

He. These aren’t our crimes.

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