By Rachel Alexander Published on October 25, 2019 • 8 Comments
Jeffrey Younger is a father who does not want his seven-year-old son James to undergo a gender “transition.” But recently it looked like his ex-wife, Anne Georgulas, was going to get to solely decide what happens to the boy, and she wants to raise him as a girl named “Luna.”
Things looked grim for Younger when a jury ruled against him a few days ago, deciding to remove his joint managing conservatorship with his ex-wife and replacing it with a sole managing conservatorship for his ex-wife over their twin boys.
But on Thursday Judge Kim Cooks of the 255th district reversed the jurors’ Monday decision, ruling that the parents will have joint conservatorship over James. This includes joint medical decisions. However, she also put a gag order on Younger so he cannot talk to the press. He will have to take down his Save James website.
Georgulas enrolled James in kindergarten under the name Luna. She began telling him he was a girl when he just three years old. She said she did this because he liked a McDonald’s toy that was meant for girls. Medical records reveal that she has met with GENECIS, a gender transition clinic in Dallas. She is considering starting James on hormone suppression when he is eight or nine. Georgulas is not the biological mother of James; she had the twins implanted from an egg donor.
Georgulas is not the biological mother of James; she had the twins implanted from an egg donor.
So far, it appears that Genecis will not start James on puberty blockers without Younger’s consent. But up until now, Georgulas has been able to do what she wants regarding James’ psychological and psychiatric care. She merely needed to inform Younger of her decisions.
On his website Save James, Younger writes, “When James is with me, he shows no signs of wanting to be a girl when given the choice. Even when in female company, away from me, James rejects a female gender expression.” On the website, Younger has posted a video of James saying he’s a girl because “mommy told me I’m a girl.”