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The transgender agenda has permeated its way into the culture through schools, sports, entertainment, and many other avenues. Certain states encourage teachers to keep a child’s so-called “gender identity” a secret from parents and want to normalize so-called “gender-affirming care,” like sex reassignment surgeries.

This week, a transgender person had an insane lawsuit they filed against their ex thrown out by a judge. Not to mention, the “ex” in the lawsuit had their counterclaim tossed out by the same judge.

Brianna Kingsley, 40, filed a petition in a small claims court alleging that “her” ex, William Wojciechowski, 37, “retains possession of my surgically extracted testicles, preserved in (a) Mason jar, kept in (the) fridge next to the eggs.”

Kingsley, a man who thinks he’s “transgender,” had his testicles removed to align with his “gender identity.”

In the lawsuit, Kingsley wanted “her” testicles back, as well as $6,500 dollars. 

“We’re talking about my nuts. … I wanted them in my fridge — not his,” Kingsley told a court hearing. “The damages were the loss of these nuts.”

According to the New York Post, Wojciechowski filed a counterclaim against Kingsley for the same amount, claiming that he’d been “humiliated” by the case, which gained media attention (via NYP):

But District Judge Jeremy Bowie denied both their claims, calling the whole matter “a wash” during a contentious hearing Wednesday — adding that his decision can’t be appealed, according to the outlet.

The judge noted how hard it was to calculate potential damages in the bizarre case.

“I can put a dollar amount on, say, if you were missing work at $16 an hour,” he said. “But as to testicles, I can’t really put a number on it.”

“They were rotting in my fridge, and it was disgusting — I’ve got food in there I wanted to eat,” Wojciechowski said. “She didn’t keep them in a biohazard container like she was supposed to."

Reportedly, Kingsley’s surgery in March 2022 cost $20,000. The state covered the charges because he’s reportedly disabled. 

“The state paid for that, you didn’t. You’re not going to be unjustly enriched,” the judge told him.


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