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Texas court overrules father and forces sex change on 7-year-old boy (updated title)
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RE: Texas court overrules father and forces sex change on 7-year-old boy (updated title)
(10-24-2019 04:14 PM)worldwidetraveler Wrote:  Kind of seems like they are trying to shut the dad up, with a gag order, so they can later go through with this child abuse transition when everything calms down.

That's exactly what they're doing. A lot of times, Texas seems to be more level headed than other parts of the US, but obviously the globohomo rot is very bad there, if a jury can be found who will vote in favor of the mother in a case like this. You'd think sex change treatment on children would be opposed by a vast majority, and only hard core tranny activists would approve. Not in Texas.

The governor tweeted that the state would look into this, but I would not be surprised if the state child protective agency rules that it's in the interests of the child to have puberty blockers.

The kid needs to tell his mom to fuck off, and tell everybody that he is a boy, and that he's not going along with his mom trying to change him. Unfortunately, he seems to accept the female role is mom has pushed on him.

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RE: Texas court overrules father and forces sex change on 7-year-old boy (updated title) - RoastBeefCurtains4Me - 10-24-2019 04:23 PM
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