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UK Judge rules foster parents can transition three year old boy to girl after they already transitioned their 7 year old

A judge in the UK has approved two foster parents to a begin transition they’re three-year-old adopted son to female after their already transitioned their seven-year-old biological son to a trans-girl.

The two parents, named only as TP and CP, have a seven-year-old boy who legally changed gender to female just months before this court ruling.

This case arose after they forced their adopted son to start wearing girls clothing at three and when he began school at four, he was made to wear a girls uniform despite expressly asking to wear boys clothes.

The investigation was then launched after concerns arose that the parents were “actively encouraging” the children to change genders and had “manipulated” them.

The investigation found that a third child that they these two people had fostered experienced “gender issues” while staying with them.

The fact that three children who lived with this couple had experienced issues with their gender identity was deemed to be an incredible coincidence after a sympathetic “gender expert”, Vickie Pasterski, said the parents were not to blame for the children’s issues.

The supposed expert insisted the children’s gender dysphoria did not result from “interpersonal influence or environmental interference”.

Mr Justice Williams also stated that

“The evidence from almost all sources of how the children are prospering in the care of CP and TP provides very powerful support to the contention that CP and TP are good parents”.

However, the case has provoked anger and concern with many suggesting its is impossible that such a cluster of gender issues in the same family took place without being influenced by environmental factors.

In August 2018, Brown University in the United States published a paper suggesting that societal pressures were one explanation for “cluster effects” in which multiple groups of children in a family or friendship group all suffer similar gender identity problem.

The report which was subsequently deleted also that teenagers who came out as transgender were more likely to have friends who were transitioning and were influenced by YouTube videos and social media.

The report was deleted after trans activists and the broader LGBTTQQIAAP community protested that the empirical data hurt their feelings and was damaging to their ideology.

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