Judge orders Dad to stop calling daughter “girl”

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The Honourable Madam Justice Francesca V. Marzari (Photo: Wintery Knight)

End times sign? Daughter goes to court to stop Dad, referring to her as a girl

As reported by PJ Media, the Supreme Court of Canada BC issued an order that a father may not refer to his 14-year-old daughter as a girl or by her biological legal name (pseudonym Maxine), whether in public or in private.

Despite her tender age, the transgender boy decided that she wants to live the rest of her life as a boy. Understandably, her Dad tried to convince her that this may just be a phase. Hence, the tension between the father and daughter.

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Judge removes dad’s role as father

Justice Francesca Marzari ruled that any attempt to persuade “the boy” that he is a girl constitutes to “family violence.” She reasons that it would cause “her” psychological abuse in the form of harassment or coercion.

In addition, Marzari faulted the father for publishing posts about Maxine’s status as a “female” on Facebook. Marzari practically removed his freedom of speech and favored a minor. The transgender boy is currently getting “treatment” for gender dysphoria.

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Alarming LGBTQ rights stifling the rights of others

The growing trend of kids and parents pushing for LGBTQ rights is alarming. In a similar trend, a mother insists her son James is transgender. The child’s dad is barred because he disagrees and wants to prevent his son from getting transgender therapy. He refused to bow.

However, even organizations like the World Health Organization have caved in to leftist ideology. It will no longer classify “gender dysphoria” as a “mental illness,” in the spirit of diversity.

Children against their fathers

The Bible warns us that in the last days, children will be disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy. People will be rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God (Timothy 3). Pray for your kids every day!

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