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County Judge is Being Sued by Three Transgender Teens. Here’s The Reason Why.

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An attorney representing the mothers of three transgender teens from the state of Ohio has filed a federal lawsuit stating that a county judge has “shown a disturbing pattern and practice of not allowing transgender children to legally change their names, refusals that can prove harmful and violates their constitutional right to equal protection.”

This is now the world we live in, folks. Where hormonal, confused teenagers are supposed to be trusted with the ability to deny basic, fundamental science and reassign themselves new genders and identities. Who else wants off the ride now?

The lawsuit names Joseph Kirby, the Probate and Juvenile Court judge in Warren County near Cincinnati. Kirby’s bailiff said Friday the judge was out of town and unavailable for comment.

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Stephanie Whitaker, of Mason, sued on behalf of her 15-year-old son Elliott after Kirby in June refused to allow him to change his name from Heidi, saying he should come back when he turns 18. Jennifer Saul sued to protect her 15-year-old son James, who has a hearing Aug. 14 before Kirby to change his name from Jenna. A woman listed in the lawsuit as Jane Doe says her 17-year-old son fears that Kirby will reject his name change petition, which hasn’t yet been filed.

All three teens have been receiving therapy and medical treatment for gender dysphoria with their doctors fully supporting their name changes.

The lawsuit said Kirby refused to grant two other transgender teens name changes this year because they are minors. The only approval for a transgender minor this year in Warren County came from a court magistrate.

According to Langdon, transgender kids need to be allowed to change their names to match the gender identity they “choose” for themselves to avoid being bullied and having “depressive symptoms.”

Langdon also wants these kids to be able to use their new names on forms of identification like driver’s licenses, and also for school records, and college applications.

This world, folks, is driving fast off a cliff of pure insanity, and someone, it seems, has cut the break line.

Look, God doesn’t make mistakes. You were born either a boy or a girl. Your DNA is literally encoded with your gender and cannot be altered. It’s a denial of God’s created order and natural science to indulge a person’s mental illness and claim they can change their sexual identity. It’s absurd to the max.

Enough is enough, y’all.

Source: Washington Times

 

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