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Scottish National Party Looks To Put Parents Behind Bars If Unwilling To Embrace Children’s Gender Dysphoria

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The Scottish National Party (SNP) is considering implementing a ban on conversion therapy, which could lead to parents facing criminal charges if they refuse to support their child’s declaration of being transgender.

The proposed measures could also allow civil orders against parents or religious leaders, even without any evidence of conversion practices.

Critics are concerned about potential impacts on freedom of speech, privacy, and family life.

There have been instances where parents were reported to social services for not using their child’s preferred pronouns, leading to stress and intervention.

The plans have raised worries about criminalizing parents and giving activists and social workers unprecedented powers.

Parliament member Mhairi Black’s past statements regarding the matter are a “damning indictment of her intellectual capacity and her fitness to act as a legislator,” For Women Scotland stated.

“Her inability to grasp why highly vulnerable women in prison, fleeing domestic violence, or being cared for in hospital might not want to share intimate spaces with someone of the male sex suggests that it is long past time she got out of her highly cosseted, gilded bubble,” they added.

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