Texas: Mom makes son be transgender, Dad gives him a choice, Dad may lose custody

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Odelschwanck

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http://thefederalist.com/2018/11/26...on-girl-threatens-dad-losing-son-disagreeing/

Six-year-old James is caught in a gender identity nightmare. Under his mom’s care in Dallas, Texas, James obediently lives as a trans girl named “Luna.” But given the choice when he’s with dad, he’s all boy — his sex at birth.
When James is away from his mother, he consistently rejects the idea that he is “Luna girl” or that he wants to be a girl. Because the court prohibits dad from dressing James as a boy or from teaching him that he is a boy by sharing religious or science-based teachings on sexuality, dad presents James with male and female clothing options and James always chooses, even insists on, his boy clothes.
 

Oncefallen

Idiot in Chief
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Only a decade ago mom would have been arrested for child abuse.
 

Lillywolf

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It's a mad mad mad mad world.
True. Not long ago the mom would be charged with abuse. How is this child allowed to be used as a pawn in this divorce? The child insists they're male and it is the mom who see's "Luna" when she looks at her child.

And this is happening in Texas of all places.
Doesn't the child's opinion count in any of this?
 

Adstar

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