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[–] ShinyVoater 0 points 60 points (+60|-0) ago 

It's below the age where they can give consent to anything. This court's just sacrificing the poor girl on the alter of virtue signalling.

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[–] Trevelyan-s_corn 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

You don't understand, she felt uncomfortable the first time she went to shop for bras. It's clear it means she's a dude.


[–] Feeds_On_Vegans 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

For perspective an 11 year old is not legally allowed to be left unsupervised in Canada. I'm not sure how we square 'not responsible enough to be at home for a couple hours' with 'responsible enough to choose dangerous medical treatments without parental consent'.

There's clearly some other things going on in this family, but the precedent is terrifying.


[–] Mother_Lover 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I thought girls were yucky when I was 11. Our principal preached about how is okay to be gay so I thought I must be gay since I don't like girls.

11 year olds should not be making life-altering decisions about themselves, especially when society gives them messed up views about what they should be.

If I made all my important life decisions when I was 11 I would probably be a gay truck driver named Megatron with a huge Oasis tattoo


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[–] PotatoFarm 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Let me guess, this kid will end as another statistic in the suicide cases involving "transgender" individuals.

Seriously, let the kid become an adult and choose properly.