Parental rights were denied recently at a Minnesota district court. When Anmarie Calgaro of Minnesota discovered last year that her 15-year-old son’s high school was secretly giving him government-funded female hormones to help him transition to becoming a “female,” Calgaro brought a lawsuit claiming a violation of her parental rights.
But the minor teen managed to file an emancipation form with the help of a homosexual advocacy group with the hopes that he could make his own medical decisions without parental approval. Although the child was not legally emancipated from his parents, Calgaro was still denied the right to review her son’s medical and educational records.
A district judge dismissed Calgaro’s lawsuit, but the Thomas More Society plans to appeal to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on her behalf.
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