The story of 7-year-old James Younger went viral last month, James, whose mother, Anne Georgulas, was trying to transition him from male to female and his father, Jeffrey Younger, was prevented from having any say, desperate to stop his child from suffering irreparable harm by possible future chemical castration, with even the Texas governor getting involved on behalf of the child.
His mother claimed James wanted to be a girl named Luna, his father said that wasn’t the case. Younger alleges that Georgulas has been pushing the transition on James ever since the end of their marriage and was manipulating him since he was 3 years old. According to the Daily Mail, Younger said Georgulas would lock James inside a bedroom and say, ‘monsters only eat boys.’
The Texas court ultimately decided to grant joint managing conservatorship to both parents requiring that they both must give consent to any medical treatment on behalf of their child.
After all the struggle, the court finally ruled that James would be allowed to decide for himself what he wanted to be called and how he wished to consider himself.
Although both parents are under a gag order by the court, a family whose children are close to James revealed how he choose to attend school and how he wanted the school to refer to him for the record.
James choose to be called James and go to school as a boy.
Here he is with his brother, Jude.
“Going to school. This is what it looks like when JAMES gets to choose! Affirm this! Also, a photo taken yesterday, just before church. James and Jude proud to be men!”
The page also added an update about how the day went. “Jeff emailed the principal today and James and Jude’s teachers had reported that there was zero stress or disruptions in the classroom today. Just another day in school. Prayers answered.”
But Georgulas is trying to have the judge recuse herself from the case and get a different judge.
From Daily Caller:
“The judge even commented on the case — a pending matter in her court — on her Facebook page, and in doing so invited (and permitted) ex parte communication about it,” Georgulas’s attorneys said in a motion for recusal, according to Dallas News.
Georgulas is demanding Cooks drop the case after the judge shared a Dallas Morning News story regarding her Oct. 24 ruling with the caption, “The Governor nor any legislature had any influence on the Court’s Decision.”