Ooops. Not So Fast

Madness Has Limits

It would seem that there are hard limits to transgenderism.  If parents get it wrong they can expect to be hauled before the courts.  If social agencies are complicit, they too will be “reindoctrinated” and corrected.  At least this is the way it seems to be in the UK.

Firstly, the case of the mother who wove a make-believe, fictional world about her son.

Boy ‘living life entirely as a girl’ removed from mother’s care by judge

Woman who was convinced her son perceived himself as a girl caused seven-year-old ‘significant emotional harm’

The Guardian

A seven-year-old boy who was “living life entirely as a girl” has been removed from his mother’s care after a ruling by a high court judge.  Mr Justice Hayden said the woman had caused her son “significant emotional harm”, and he criticised local authority social services staff responsible for the youngster’s welfare.

The judge said the woman had been “absolutely convinced” the youngster “perceived himself as a girl” and was determined that he should be a girl. He said the boy was now living with his father, who is separated from the woman. The youngster still saw his mother.  Hayden said “flares of concern” had been sent from a “whole raft of multi-disciplinary agencies”, and he could not understand why so many concerns had been “disregarded so summarily” by social services staff.

Now, at this juncture, every parent involved in encouraging transgenderism in the lives of their children needs take careful note.
 If it all turns to custard, as is the usual outcome, you will be firmly in the sights of angry and bitter legal retribution–which may show up decades later as the consequences of parental folly become evident.  It’s enough to make parents start to demand indemnity insurance policies via risk management companies.

And how about the “supportive” social agencies?  Well, Mr Justice Hayden had his own sights and his own rifle which he deployed rather unequivocally in his rulings.

The judge said social services staff had “moved into wholesale acceptance that [the boy] should be regarded as a girl”. He said he wanted the council to undertake a review of the “social work response” to the case. A council spokesperson said bosses had already begun a review.

Family court litigation had started about three years ago after the father raised concerns about not having contact with his son. A lower-ranking judge had authorised a “wide-ranging” inquiry and local authority social services staff had begun investigations.  The boy’s mother “told me that [he] was ‘living in stealth’ by which was meant, she explained, that he was living life entirely as a girl”, said Hayden. “He dressed, at all times, like a girl and, it transpired, had been registered at a new general practitioner’s as a girl.”

The boy is now living with his father, and is, on his own recognizance, pursuing “male interests”.

The judge added: “I was also left in no doubt that [the mother] was absolutely convinced that [the boy] perceived himself as a girl.” Hayden said his “overwhelming impression” was that the woman “believes herself to be to fighting for [her son’s] right to express himself as a girl”.

He said the woman had told him that the boy “expressed disdain for his penis”. He added: “I consider that [the mother] has caused significant emotional harm to [her son] in her active determination that he should be a girl.”

Hayden said the boy had settled well in the care of his father and his father’s partner. “I have been told that [the father] and his partner were shocked when they first saw [the boy] by the extent to which he appeared to be a girl, both in appearance and in mannerism,” said the judge. “However, what is striking is how well [the boy] has settled down.”

The judge added: “I have noted from reports that the boy] has become interested in Power Rangers, SpongeBob, superheroes and is constantly finding new interests … It is striking that most of [the boy’s] interests are male-oriented.

Doubtless the mother would have been carried along by the commentary and advice received from teachers, social workers, friends, women’s magazines, “experts”, local council officers, and the TV breakfast shows, not to mention the transgenderist zeitgeist which has swept through the moral vacuum of modern secular society like a  tornado.

Maybe this might result in some token re-calibration.  We shall see.
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