LGBT rights extremism within the UK Government is treating children as state property

Mar 16, 2019 by

by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern:

Last weekend the Mail reported that three children had been taken into care by their local authorities because their parents objected to their wishes to change gender. Freedom of Information requests made by journalists at the Sun revealed that social workers in two councils, Hillingdon Council and Ealing Council, both in west London, had taken children into care after disputes with their parents or carers about their desire to undergo gender transition. Tellingly both councils were quick to state that this was not the sole reason why they were taken into care.

Even more worrying was the fact that some councils did not respond at all to the Freedom of Information Requests. This means that nobody knows how many children are being taken into care after or due to these kinds of disputes. Although the story has not been followed up since last Sunday in the news, its significance should not be lost on us. The truth of the matter is that this outcome was entirely predictable given how things have been developing over the last three years or more.

High Court judge allowed trans teen to cut parental contact in 2016

In March 2016 the High Court permitted a 16-year old female-to-male transgender to cut off parental contact altogether, due to their refusal to use the preferred male name and pronouns. Already in 2015 the High Court had caved into this teenager’s demand that information about gender reassignment should be withheld from the parents. The teenager had been a patient at the Tavistock Clinic for gender identity problems for children and adolescents.

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