Ohio groups fight back after parents lose custody of daughter for refusing gender ‘transition’

Feb 27, 2018 by

by Lisa Bourne, LifeSite:

Ohio family and life advocates gathered Monday morning to oppose the government removal of a child from her parents’ custody so that she can take hormones for so-called gender transition – calling the case a “dangerous affront to the rights of parents and the health and well being of children.”

Ohio-based pro-family advocacy group Citizens for Community Values and Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati held a press conference on the Hamilton County Courthouse steps in Cincinnati to announce legislative and other action in response to what’s being called an unprecedented move against parental rights by a judge.

The legislation and call to action are due to Hamilton County Judge Sylvia Hendon’s ruling to remove a minor girl from her parents’ custody, and place her with her grandparents so that Cincinnati Children’s Hospital can administer “sex-change” drugs.

Hendon awarded full custody to the girl’s maternal grandparents earlier this month after her parents did not agree to “transition” treatment because they do not feel it is in her best interest.

“What we saw happen in Hamilton County court just two weeks ago was Judge Sylvia Hendon remove the child from parents’ custody solely because the parents would not consent to giving that child dangerous and untested gender-suppressing, gender-manipulating, hormone-manipulating drugs,” said Aaron Baer, president of Citizens for Community Values. “Never before in American history has this happened that we know of.”

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