Canada: Father Faces Arrest If He Misgenders His Trans ‘Son’
A court in Canada has ruled that a father will face arrest if he is found to have misgendered his transgendered “son,” a girl who is convinced she is a boy, or if he is found to have impeded the child’s ability to undergo radical hormone therapy in a quest to gain the appearance of a male.
The Federalist reports that a father may face arrest for refusing to acknowledge his daughter’s wish to transition to the male gender, something that is medically impossible, and that the Canadian Supreme Court has levied harsh punishments should he misgender his 14-year-old child or prevent the child from undergoing gender bending hormone therapy.
At about the same time that story was published, the Supreme Court issued an additional, more heavy-handed “protection order” from the same ruling. The three-page document declares that the father, Clark*, will henceforth be subject to arrest, immediately and “without warrant” if any police officer has “reasonable” grounds to believe that he has in any way referred to his daughter as a girl in public or in private.
The new order further stipulated not only that Clark must not discuss his daughter’s sex or gender identity in public, but also that he cannot share court documents describing his own gag order. On the one hand, this demand may seem ironic, since it covers a publicly available court ruling. On the other hand, the injunction is so broad that it naturally includes the very document upon which it is written and that document–with its threats of immediate arrest without warrant–has not, as of yet, been made available on the court’s website.
The redacted court documents reveal that the father can by arrested by any police officer “who has reasonable and probable grounds believes [sic] that the Respondent,” the order continues, “is in breach of the terms of this order may immediately arrest that person” and bring him to the Supreme Court of Canada for possible punishment.
According to The Federalist, the child began hormone therapy over the last two months, something the father strongly objects to for fears that it will stunt the physical and mental development of the child.
He adamantly refuses to refer to his daughter using male pronouns in public interviews, stating that “Her DNA will not change through all these experiments that they do.”
If he continues this practice, it alone is enough to justify his arrest according to the Supreme Court’s judgment.
This type of trans activism within Canadian courts is part of a worrying pattern in the country, as earlier this month a Canadian man was fined $55,000 for misgendering a transgendered individual. Christian activist Bill Whatcott faced the fine after “alerting voting Canadians that one candidate was a transgender female” during a recent election.
A Canadian man was fined $55,000 for “misgendering” a transgender female, who is biologically male.
“Last week the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal fined Christian activist Bill Whatcott $55,000 for the crime of ‘mis-gendering’” one report said. “They ordered him to ‘refrain from committing the same or a similar contravention.’”
Whatcott is described as a “Christian activist,” whose crime was alerting voting Canadians that one candidate was a transgender female.
“During the British Columbia elections in the spring of 2017, Christian activist Bill Whatcott passed out hundreds of flyers notifying people that one of the local candidates for Parliament, Morgane Oger — who claimed to be a woman and dressed as a woman — was actually a man named Ronan Oger,” the report said.
It appears Canada has totally fallen to the anti-science transgendered ideology that currently reigns supreme with left-wing parties across the West.