Video of 'Transgender' Boy at Age 3 Emerges: 'Mommy Tells Me I’m a Girl' - WATCH
7-year-old James Younger's father shares video of his son when he was 3-years-old
The father of James Younger, the 7-year-old boy whose mother is reportedly “transitioning” him to become a girl, has shared a video of his son when he was aged three, telling his dad, “Mommy tells me I’m a girl.”
James's father Jeffrey Younger has been fighting to protect his son from being "transitioned" into a girl by his mother who claims their young boy is "transgender."
On his "Save James" crowdfunding website, Jeffrey Younger shares a video he recorded of his son at age three, in which he asks his son, “You’re a boy, right?”
“No,” James replied. “I’m a girl.”
“Who told you you’re a girl?” the father asked. “Mommy,” the boy responded.
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“So, Mommy told you you’re a girl?” Younger asked.
“Uh huh,” James said.
In response to his father’s questions, James said his mother puts dresses on him, paints his nails, and puts hair clips in his hair.
“She tells me I’m a girl,” James said.
“Do you think you’re a girl?” Jeffrey asked his son.
“Uh huh,” the boy replied.
According to Breitbart, James is at the center of a high-conflict custody battle between Younger and his ex-wife, Dr. Anne Georgulas.
Dr. Anne Georgulas is a pediatrician who reportedly diagnosed James with “gender-dysphoria,” a trendy psychological disorder that is characterized by a child’s “persistent, consistent, and insistent” assertion of “their cross-gender statements and behaviors.”
A jury in Dallas decided Monday against Younger’s attempt to block his ex-wife’s plan to start their seven-year-old son on life-altering puberty blockers and ultimately continue with cross-sex hormones in order to facilitate gender transition.
The court decided Georgulas has full authority to continue to “transition” James who is being renamed “Luna,” reported LifeSiteNews.
According to the report, a consensus of 11 of 12 jurors decided the current joint managing conservatorship over the twin sons of Georgulas and Younger should be replaced by sole managing conservatorship by Georgulas.
The battle between Younger and Georgulas intensified last year when James’s mother threatened Younger with a child abuse charge because he would not affirm their son is a transgender child.
Georgulas petitioned to modify the parent-child relationship while referring to James as a “gender-expansive or transgender child” who “by choice, now goes by the name Luna.”
James’s mother sought to terminate Younger’s parental rights because James behaved as a boy when he was with his father.
Georgulas also wanted Younger to pay for their son’s counseling with a therapist who will affirm his transgender identity and his need for transgender hormonal treatments, which may begin at age eight.
The court prohibited Younger from dressing him as a boy or from sharing faith-based or biologically-based scientific teachings on sexuality, even though family friends who have observed James when he is in his father’s care reportedly affirm he dresses and behaves as a boy by his own choosing.
James’s “transition therapist” reportedly continued to identify him as “Luna” and to place him on track for gender transition.
Georgulas has reportedly said James began to imitate female characters from the Disney film Frozen.
She said he asked for a girls’ toy at McDonald’s and asked to wear dresses, according to the report.
The mother reportedly said she contacted the GENecis clinic at Children’s Hospital Center.
She was then referred to Rebekka Ouer for counseling, who recommended a process of “affirmation” and suggested a “social transition” for James should begin with the young child going to school dressed as a girl named “Luna.”
The battle reportedly escalated between the two parents when Younger learned Georgulas was “socially transitioning” James.
In a turn of events of Thursday, however, a judge ruled that Jeffrey Younger will have joint guardianship with his son’s mother, granting him the right to share medical decisions for the child.
Jeffrey Younger emerged from the Texas courtroom with a smile on his face and when asked if he was happy about the judge’s ruling, he could be heard saying “yes” before being ushered away.
Constance Stanton, a family friend of Jeffrey Younger, told reporters that “prayers have been answered” regarding the ruling.