Anmarie Calgaro’s 15-year old son asked for and received gender transition therapy without the consent of his mother. The state initiated emancipation and proceeded to treat the child without ever notifying his mom. She wants the Supreme Court to take a look.
“Last year, without my knowledge or consent, without any court hearings or legal process, without any involvement on my part whatsoever, a legal aid group that gives free services to low income people created a notice of emancipation for my 15-year-old son,” Anmarie Calgaro outlined at a press conference on Wednesday. “Suddenly, my son, without any notice to me, was no longer under my supervision.”
While this child is now over eighteen, Anmarie has other minor children. Her concern is that the school district and state agencies have the power to initiate life-changing, and often ideologically driven changes to kids without ever having to notify a parent or guardian.
We’re all familiar with the story. The Ed schools and regulatory experts have been whittling away and parental rights for decades. And while we can agree not everyone is a fit parent, there is a process for that which includes them.
To proceed otherwise is Hitlerian. But that’s where they are in Minnesota.
“Calgaro’s child, while a minor, was steered through a life-changing, permanent body altering process, becoming a pawn in someone else’s sociopolitical agenda and being influenced by those who have no legal or moral right to usurp the role of a parent,” stated [Thomas Moore Society Special Counsel Erick] Kaardal.
This battle wages at every level form statewide testing to alerting parents to mature material to giving them narcotics and changing their gender.
Whose kids are they? In Minnesota, they belong to the state. Anmarie Calgaro would like the highest court in the land to look at that and offer an opinion.
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Corrections. The original first paragraph had two typos that completely change the context. They have been corrected.