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Reliable information about this case is hard to find because there is a publication ban on the family identity and on discussion of the child's gender change. However here is a reliable report which I am fairly certain is the same case. Even reading the parts available without paying: A B.C. father who has been a vocal critic of his transgender child’s ...


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Yes. Once you dig through the censorship issues and publication bans, the actual court order says this: It is declared under the Family Law Act that: (a) AB is exclusively entitled to consent to medical treatment for gender dysphoria and to take any necessary legal proceedings in relation to such medical treatment; (b) Pursuant to para. 201(2)(b), AB is ...


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A Google image search suggests it comes from Villa Next Door: Graduation Show 2017; Royal Academy of Art, The Hague and is part of the portfolio created by an artist, Jaimy Gail. Since it is described as a graduation show for an academy, it was presumably produced as part of a course at the academy. Due to the attention the picture has been getting, the ...


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Is the Male Performance Advantage Removed by Testosterone Suppression? According to a "non" peer reviewed study by Hilton & Lundberg "Transgender Women in The Female Category of Sport: Is the Male Performance Advantage Removed by Testosterone Suppression?" from 2020, transgender women still have greater muscular strength and the ...


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Yes, and probably more. These numbers come from netizens finding online news articles about murdered trans people, and creating a database: the Trans Murder Monitoring project. Indeed, each case is documented with a link to the source. They highlight the caveats thusly: The collected data show only those cases which have been reported. There is no data ...


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