Cross-Posted by Ellen Kolb
Could the state take a child away from a parent who does not want the child to receive cross-sex hormones and amputation of healthy body parts? An Ohio court has told us the answer: yes.
When transgender identity is treated as a non-elective medical procedure, that’s where the child welfare and legal systems inevitably lead.
From CNN.com, February 16, 2018, “Judge gives grandparents custody of Ohio transgender teen”:
A Hamilton County, Ohio, judge on Friday gave custody of a transgender teen to his grandparents rather than his parents, allowing them to make medical decisions regarding his transition.
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