Seven-Year-Old Son Embroiled in Transgender Court Case Chooses to Attend School as Boy

    Updated: November 7, 2019 at 2:19 pm EST  See Comments

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    Seven-Year-Old Son Embroiled in Transgender Court Case Chooses to Attend School as Boy

    Following a publicized, international custody battle, seven-year-old James Younger chose to attend school as a boy for the first time, according to the Christian Post.

    James was the center of a fierce legal dispute when his mother, Anne Georgulas, wished to transition her son to a girl against his father’s wishes. After a jury agreed to allow Georgulas full consent to socially transition their son, family court Judge Kim Cooks of the 255th District of Texas stepped in to give joint managing conservatorship to both parents.

    Georgulas assents she never wanted to “chemically castrate” her son, but Jeffrey Younger, the boy’s father, disagrees, according to the Dallas Morning News.

    Because Jeffrey is under a gag order to not speak to the press on the matter, a friend of the family posted a photo of James and his twin brother, Jude, attending school dressed as boys. The family of three was also seen wearing suits to attend church.

    “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,” the post said.

    Friends of Younger set up a website called after the original website,, was shut down due to the gag order. The new website speaks up for other children and parents enduring a similar situation.

    The jury’s decision prompted Texas Governor Greg Abbott to step in with the Department

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Christian Headline

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