Franklin v. Franklin (USA)

Charles Franklin is a Man who identifies as a Woman. He had a daughter with a Woman, Cassie, and the parenting of their daughter became subject to a court order giving custody to Cassie and awarding Charles visitation. Cassie petitioned the court to modify visitation because of their daughter’s school schedule. The family court granted this, and also ordered counseling for his daughter because she was confused about the fact that her father now claimed he was a Woman. Charles appealed, claiming he was discriminated against because he is a Man who thinks he is a Woman. The Supreme Court of Delaware rejected Charles’ claim of discrimination and upheld the family court.

Franklin v. Franklin

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