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Canadian Dad Promotes ‘Family Violence’ Over Calling Daughter ‘She’

The Supreme Court of British Columbia in Canada has ordered a father to stop calling his 14-year-old daughter (noted in legal documents as “Maxine”) a “she” or “her” and using her given name, whether in public or in private, and preventing her from continuing to receive “transitioning” hormones. The court has deemed such expressions as “family violence.”

The father also cannot “’directly, or indirectly through an agent or third party, publish or share information or documentation relating to [Maxine]’s sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, mental or physical health, medical status or therapies,’ besides the Court, legal counsel, medical professionals, or any person authorized by Maxine or the Court.”

If the father disobeys, he will be subject to arrest. The court order remains in effect for one year.

This news should awaken Americans to where the LGBT agenda is headed. If it seems extreme to you as a conservative and as a parent, you are not alone. “In a totalitarian regime, it’s a parents’ worst nightmare,” writes Michael Brown. “I doubt that Orwell himself could have imagine [sic] a scenario like this. Arrested for calling your daughter by her name. Arrested for referring to your daughter as a girl. What kind of madness is this?”

Unfortunately, in the name of freedom of sexual expression, a family is being broken apart. Said the father, “The government has taken over my parental rights. They’re using [my daughter] like she’s a guinea pig in an experiment.” Is the hospital treating her going to be there in five years when she rejects [her male identity]? No, they’re not. They don’t care.”

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Canadian Man Slapped with Steep Fine for ‘Misgendering’ a Male

In 2017, during a British Columbia election, Canadian William “Bill” Whatcott distributed flyers informing voters that a local candidate for Parliament, Morgane Oger, who presented as a woman, was actually a biological male called Ronan Oger.

Today’s pro-LGBT culture would call that “misgendering,” which so far in America is still not a crime. But for reporting the truth to Canadians, Whatcott was arrested, jailed, and fined $55,000 for committing a “hate crime” by the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, $35,000 of which will be paid to Oger as compensation for injury to her dignity, feelings, and self‐respect” and $20,000 to Oger for “improper conduct.” Plus, Whatcott was ordered to cease and desist from doing anything like this again.

“The Supreme Court of Canada has long held that freedom of expression is the lifeblood of democracy,”  protested John Carpay, president of the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedom, which defended Whatcott. In his column for LifeSiteNews, Michael L. Brown completed Carpay’s line of reasoning by adding, “But not when it crosses the lines of transgender activism. Freedom halts there.”

Americans were warned against complacency in a statement made by the Catholic news website Mass Resistance: “Whatcott’s ‘offence’ [sic] is still considered perfectly legal in the United States. But for how long? (We are already seeing private censorship regarding transgenderism on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo!) Passage of the pending federal ‘Equality Act’ (H.R. 5) will insert ‘gender identity protections’ throughout federal law.”

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Canada Comes Up With Third Identifying Category for Passports

Don’t want to be considered male or female on your Canadian passport? No problem. Now you can simply choose “X” as an unspecified sex. At least eight other countries, including Australia and Germany, offer a third option on passports or national identification cards to appease the gender confused.

Interestingly, many LGBT activists want to do away with the sex marker altogether on all identification cards, which some believe could pose a security risk. Jack Fonseca, senior political strategist with Campaign Life Coalition, is very concerned about privacy issues that will result from genderless IDs. “Are we actually hearing people suggest the solution to the risks introduced by genderless passports and security documents is to force every citizen to agree to put their iris scans into a worldwide government database?” he points out. “No thanks. I prefer we just stick to science and accept that there are only two genders: hims and hers.”

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Christian Fined for Violating Sharia Law

Landlord John Alabi of Ontario, Canada, was fined $12,000 by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal as a result of a religious discrimination complaint filed by two former Muslim tenants because he did not remove his shoes before entering their apartment. The Muslim couple had planned to move out of the apartment so Alabi agreed that he would text them before coming over to show the apartment. However, when the couple stopped responding to his text messages, Alabi arrived to show it to a potential tenant and failed to remove his shoes before entering. For that, Alabi is being penalized. The Muslim couple waited eight months before filing the grievance.

Alabi, a Christian who works two jobs, has since sold the apartment. The father of three does not have the money needed to pay the fine and asks, “What about my rights to show my place so I could rent it and put food on the table for my family?”

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