This is ideological tyranny.
Imagine this scenario: Your 17-year-old daughter tells you she wants hormone therapy to start the routine of apropos a boy. You exclude and wish to help her get help. A judge not only disagrees, he takes your daughter away.
Imagine no more. That’s accurately what happened in Ohio last week.
“Americans can design to see some-more cases like this,” says Ryan Anderson, “as supervision officials side with transgender activists to promote a radical perspective of the human person and … initial medical procedures” at the responsibility of parental rights.
These procedures embody adolesence blockers, cross-hormone therapy, and eventually surgical transitions, including mastectomies, dismissal of ovaries and uteruses for girls, and the dismissal of male viscera for boys.
Anderson’s new book on responding to the transgender moment, “When Harry Became Sally,” is a must review and is accessible at the online bookstore at BreakPoint.org.
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