An 11-year-old trans girl participates in a skating race in Jowville (South Carolina) on Monday morning (22). Participation, however, after receiving the vacancy in a legal dispute and which had a positive opinion from the Supreme Court (STJ) last Sunday (21). The information is from G1.
According to the Parana family, it was necessary to go to court so the girl would have the right to participate in the South American championship after the athlete was banned by the confederation. The problem is that the girl still can not change her name in the identity.
– We had three cases. We did not have a lawyer. We have the help of people who have mobilized for the cause and help, "said the father of the child. The girl, in his words, suffered some medical and psychological treatment for a while.
Moaccier Junior, president of the South American Skating Confederation, also commented on the case. "There is no precedent in any of the evidence, in any category, of a child with a male document involved in feminine trials," he said.
The court issued an order to the girl to participate in the tournament with only the social name, but the confederation filed a complaint and banned it. STJ, in Sunday's decision, retained the position of 2nd Sao Paulo Civil Court so that the athlete could participate in the race.