Skip to comments.French court rules transgender woman cannot be recognised as child’s mother
Posted on 09/17/2020 8:22:08 AM PDT by csvset
To become one of the six-year-old girls two legal mothers, the 51-year-old transgender woman would have to adopt her, the Cour de Cassation ruled.
Born male, the applicant was recognised as a woman by French authorities in 2011.
She then had a child with her wife in 2014, having not undergone the operation to have her male reproductive organs removed.
She has fought ever since to be recognised as the childs second mother, not father.
In 2018, an appeals court in the city of Montpellier ascribed her the status of biological parent, a new category. But the Cour de Cassation threw out most of that ruling on Wednesday, and refered the case back to a lower court for a new hearing.
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Clelia Richard, lawyer of the transgender woman, flanked by LGBT association's lawyer Bertrand Perier, left, and the Cour de Cassation's lawyer Mathieu Stoclet at the court on September 16, 2020. © Stéphane de Sakutin, AFP
He should never have been recognized as a woman, it just encourages the lunatics.
Man up and act like the father that you are. Forcing your child to live in your fantasy world is a form of abuse.
This article demonstrates graphically how truly insane our civilization has become. These people belong in institutions. The tranny, the lawyers, the judges, the legislators, the CPS... all of them. such people shouldn’t be allowed to endanger the decent people who are left.
Aiding and abetting these lunatics should be a criminal act.
>>She then had a child with her wife in 2014, having not undergone the operation to have her male reproductive organs removed.<<
These people are sexually depraved.
Good for France.
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