There are two types of modern feminists: the condescending shrew packed full of hopes that the patriarchy will be dismantled, and the middle-aged, extremist abomination who tries to force her worldview on underage children. For famous example of the former, see Clementine Ford, the Australian trash heap who repeatedly wails on social media that we must “kill all men”. In the case of a particular English woman however, the term “abomination” isn’t a strong enough word.
The woman in question (Name withheld by decree of the judge), forced her seven year old son to live his life as a woman, despite the fact that the boy referred to himself as male and enjoys playing with Power Rangers, SpongeBob and comic book Superheroes (a hobby which he consider to be a male attribute). The mother tried to force other hobbies on her son. Despite complaints from well wishers, social workers failed to acknowledge the mother’s toxic influence on her child. Even when the woman threatened to run away with the child, social services refused to interfere.
Judge Justice Hayden, the presiding judge over the case, said the mother “has caused her son significant emotional harm.” The judge further criticized local authority social services staff responsible for the youngster’s welfare for their incompetence.
According to the Daily Mail, council staff had ignored the complaints of the boy’s father, who was uneasy with how the woman was raising their son. The mother had begun sending her young boy to school wearing pink accessories, causing concern among school staff who didn’t believe that her stipulations that her child was “gender non-conforming”, were genuine. The issue was a cause of conflict between staff and the parent, as the boy’s teacher had been reportedly reduced to tears after failing to reason with the mother.
The boy’s torment was discovered in May of 2014, after the housing department decided to take matters into their own hands. The housing department questioned the mother’s sanity, explaining that she told everyone that her son had been formally diagnosed as transgender– at age FOUR.
The boy’s school and the NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) worked with the housing unit and finally forced the council into action in August. Upon assessment from a psychologist, the mother was found to be unstable. The boy, who is informally referred to as J, is now living with his father in a much happier home. The judge said that the boy identifies wholly as male, and is apparently on the road to recovery.
“I am entirely satisfied, both on the basis of the reports and [the father’s] evidence at this hearing, that he has brought no pressure on (the boy) to pursue masculine interests. [The boy’s] interests and energy are entirely self-motivated.” said the judge.
The judge has asked for none of the people involved in the case to be publicly identified, to protect the boy’s privacy.