VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 9, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – A father fighting court-ordered testosterone shots for his 14-year-old daughter so she can become “male” has launched a medical complaint against the psychologist he says unethically and unprofessionally led his child to seek a transition.
The father, identified in court documents as CD, alleges in his formal complaint to the College of Psychologists of British Columbia that Dr. Wallace Wong “committed acts of professional misconduct and failed to maintain the standards of his profession.”
CultureGuard, which first reported on the matter, called Wong a “gender-jacking” therapist.
Wong is listed as one of the respondents in CD’s initial action, as is Dr. Brenden Hursh, pediatric endocrinologist at B.C. Children’s Hospital.
Judge Gregory Bowden of the Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled February 27 that the father cannot prevent his daughter, referred to in court documents as AB, from receiving testosterone shots.
The father, who is separated from his daughter’s mother and has joint custody of their child, is appealing the ruling.
In his April 5 complaint against Wong, CD says his daughter’s high school introduced her to Wong, who diagnosed her with gender dysphoria and “persuaded the child of the clinical benefits of being administered puberty blockers followed by testosterone.” Continue reading here.