Skip to comments.European court strikes down transgender marriage case
Posted on 07/16/2014 5:52:23 PM PDT by Olog-hai
A Finnish citizen who wanted the state to recognize her new gender after surgery and remain legally married to woman at the same time lost her case at the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights on Wednesday (16 July).
Heil Hamalainen underwent male-to-female gender reassignment surgery in 2009, years after she married her partner.
But Finnish law does not recognize same-sex marriages.
State authorities said that for Hamalainen to have her new gender recognized, she would need to turn the marriage into a civil partnership or get a divorcesomething the couple refused.
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I’m so confused. Or maybe they are.
This is the type of crap that happens when the natural order is forsaken for the purpose of sexual perversion. Both the court and the plaintiffs tie themselves in knots trying to make sense out of nonsense.
Should be a moot point no? Just because this person looks like a woman doesn’t mean it is one. Case dismissed. Next.
This looks bad folks.
The people who lived in Sodom and Gomorrah had higher morals than we have in this age and remember what happened to them.