Psychotherapist told he can't interview transgenders who regret 'transition'

A judge in the United Kingdom has ruled that a university can reject a psychotherapist’s proposal to research why so many of his transgender patients regretted their transitions.

James Caspian contested in court Bath Spa University’s decision to block a research proposal for his Master’s degree, reported Premier, a Christian radio network in the U.K.

Lawyer Paul Diamond said Caspian had appealed a lower court’s refusal to grant judicial review of the dispute. But Judge Michael Kent in High Court agreed with the ruling.

Premier reported Caspian has worked with transgender patients for eight years and “wanted to investigate why some came to regret their transition.”

However, university staff blocked [READ MORE HERE]

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