Was a Father Jailed for Using Child’s Wrong Gender Pronoun?

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The world has changed so much that today, you can go to jail for referring to your female biological child as your daughter.

You may ask, “What?”

Well, that’s exactly what happened to Robert Hoogland, a Canadian citizen who was jailed for calling his female child his daughter.

On March 4, 2021, Judge Tammen issued a warrant of arrest for Hoogland, who referred to his daughter using the pronouns “she” and “her.”

Hoogland’s child is a 16-year-old non-conforming, biological female who prefers the use of masculine pronouns. Despite the court forbidding feminine pronouns to refer to his child, the father still did so.

As a father, Hoogland has made it clear that he is against his child undergoing “gender affirmative” medical procedures. This “gender transition” began when his child was 14, and it was the school and the state who encouraged it.

The school “socially transitioned” the child after a consultation with Dr. Wallace Wong, who suggested that the child take testosterone.

Because he ignored the court’s order and still referred to his child as feminine, he was found in contempt of court, arrested, and jailed.

“I will not accept the government telling me what I have to do with my own children,” said Jack Murphy as he commented on the issue. “I will not accept the government forcing me to use particular words when in my own home dealing with my own child.”

“Standing up for what is right in a time of chaos takes insane courage. Kudos to that man for having the fortitude to stand up for what he believes is right” continued Murphy.

The controversial Bill C-16 is what made this possible. Will Hoogland get the justice he deserves, or will he stay in jail for up to five years?

Here’s Murphy with Elijah Schaffer on Blaze TV’s show Slightly Offensive talking about this issue:





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