A newly released video uploaded to social media this week shows 7-year-old James Younger affirming his biological gender, stating: “I am James. I am a boy.”
The video, which was recorded in May, was released in a public Facebook post on Thursday by an individual claiming to be a friend of the Younger family.
According to the post: “Before the boys had to go home, James asked me if he could have my mobile phone. I said… what do you want to do with it?
“James said he wanted to do a message for my son. I gave him my cell phone and showed him where and how. He spoke a message. The one I’m showing you now.”
“I am a boy,” James says in the 6-second video. “I am James. I am a boy.”
In August, only a few months later, James’ father filmed his son stating that his mother, Dr Anne Georgulas, had told him that he was a girl.
According to Life Site News: “Since kindergarten, Dr. Georgulas has enrolled James in school as a girl under the name “Luna.” She began telling him he’s a girl when he was just three, and testified in court that she began to believe that when he liked a McDonald’s toy meant for girls. James’ pediatrician records also indicate Dr. Georgulas has met with GENECIS, a medical “transition” clinic in Dallas and is considering “hormone suppression” when James is closer to eight or nine years old.”
A jury decided on Monday to grant James’ mother full authority to continue transitioning her son into “Luna” with puberty blockers and eventually cross-sex hormones.
However, following global outrage, the judge presiding over the case yesterday ruled that James’ father Jeffery will have joint conservatorship with his ex-wife, which includes making joint medical decisions for the boy.
Life Site News also reported that the judge put a gag order on both parents preventing them from speaking to the press about the case.
In this instance, the boy’s father was opposed to his son’s chemical castrating gender transition, however, one cannot help but wonder how often children are being convinced to undergo such treatments under the pressure of both parents.