Texas Court Rules Against Father Fighting Gender Transition of Son

We've previously written about the tragic account about Jeff Younger and James Younger. It appears that there's more bad news.

James is Jeff's son. However, Jeff Younger has been fighting his son’s mother for a long time in a myriad of custody battles due to claims that James is a girl called Luna. As we've reported, several witnesses claimed that James appeared to behave more naturally when he was a boy. Georgulas accompanied James and James' twin brother Jude to California. Jeff is concerned that, there in California, his mother could make him undergo transgender processes to make him transition. Georgulas works as a physician. Younger believes she's using the situation to aid in her “gender-affirming” practice.

Younger filed a petition with the Texas Supreme Court to have the boys returned to Texas due to his concern about an upcoming California law that will be in effect in January which he believes will negatively affect his son. The statute is expected to “prohibit the enforcement of an order based on another state's law authorizing a child to be removed from their parent or guardian based on that parent or guardian allowing their child to receive gender-affirming health care or gender-affirming mental health care.”

Jeff Younger's petition says that if allowed to remain in California, the son “would be subjected to transgender procedures deemed to be child abuse by official opinion of the Texas Attorney General.”

In the last few years, the State of Texas has investigated cases of gender-transition operations as “child abuse” under the penal code. The investigation was expanded to drugs to block puberty following the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) issuing an opinion that was not binding and backed by law the claim that it is in line with the criteria that defines “child abuse.”

In the absence of intervention from the court, Younger states, “The Children would lose the protections of injunctions on the Mother that prevent her from chemically castrating the Children or sexually mutilating them in transgender surgeries.”

James hasn't yet been taken through any transition processes even though he is considered an adult by his mother with whom he's living.

However, it appears that the Texas Supreme Court rejected the decision to have the sons brought back to Texas.

When the mother was given full control of James at the end of August in 2021, she was required to obtain the consent of Younger regarding any decisions concerning puberty blockers and gender changing.

The Court stated that, as a result of the Texas order, the mother was prohibited from transferring the child without the approval of the father, and she was not able to escape the order since she moved to California.

Younger is of the opinion that the Texas order isn't enough and mother would be able to bypass his Texas law in California and he tried to prevent this prior to it becoming too late.

It's not difficult to understand why the father is concerned even though the Court didn't “terminate his parental rights.” He's concerned that his rights won't be as important when the mother decides to take actions, in spite of the Texas ruling. In light of what's happened in California, it's not surprising that the father isn't keen to place all the blame on those in California not paying close attention to what's in the Texas order. There's one little boy caught right in the middle of all this that is the most vulnerable.

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