Man Recounts Brutal Attack By Violent Trans Extremist

As extremist elements within the transgender community continue to become more emboldened in modern society, several troubling stories have emerged regarding violence and intimidation against those who do not support their controversial agenda.

Following one trans activist’s call for physical violence against women, Darren Sheridan is coming forward to share the harrowing details of a near-fatal attack he sustained at the hands of Alan Baker, who now goes by the name Sarah Jane Baker.

During a recent LGBT “pride” rally, Baker took aim at so-called trans-exclusionary radical feminists — or TERFs.

“I was going to come here and be really fluffy and be really nice and say, ‘Yeah, be really lovely and queer and gay,’” Baker said. “Nah, if you see a TERF, punch them in the f***ing face.”

According to Sheridan, Baker’s penchant for violence is not limited to verbal threats.

He explained that more than 30 years ago, a group of three men, including Baker, abducted him and subjected him to a torturous ordeal.

“I was forcibly taken at knifepoint to a van and bundled into the back,” Sheridan said. “I couldn’t see what was going on as I was face down and there were no windows. I was beaten in the van. I think there were two of them doing it. I had no idea where I was going. They took me to a flat and led me inside where I was beaten and tortured for 12 hours.”

He said his captors talked about killing him, adding: “They were punching me and burning me with cigarettes. They were stubbing them out on my neck and I still have the scars from that to this day. I was forced to perform oral sex on them at knifepoint.”

When the case went to trial, Sheridan said Baker not only admitted to the horrific crime but claimed that his only regret was that he was not “able to break” him.

As for Baker’s most recent comments about punching women, Sheridan said that he believes “it is extreme to have those kind of views,” noting that it seems to reveal Baker’s residual violent tendencies.

“I think if people disagree with other people about issues it’s much better to have a debate about it then threaten people,” Sheridan concluded. “By telling the crowd to punch a TERF, she clearly still has anger issues and is a dangerous, violent person.”