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WATCH: VIDEO: 3 Year Old James Younger Says To Dad ‘Mommy Tells Me I’m A Girl’
A video has just surfaced of James Younger, the current seven-year-old facing coerced “gender-transition” in Texas, at three-years-old, telling his dad that he is a girl. “Who told you that?” Mr. Younger asks his son in the video. The response? “Mommy.”
Is an adult decision being given to a young boy or is this grown woman acting like a child? I’m sorry you didn’t birth a female, but that doesn’t mean you are allowed to screw up your kid’s life and sexually abuse him.
Unfortunately, the courts are siding with the child-woman, and have granted Sole Managing Conservatorship to Ms. Georgulas. This allows her to give puberty blockers, hormones, etc. to her SEVEN-YEAR-OLD.
Seven! She started this process when he was two or three it sounds like. How on earth is a child supposed to know whether they want to go through a series of permanently altering procedures and medication when they don’t even know what the words ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ really mean?
Regardless of whether you agree with this decision (at any stage of life) or not, we should all be able to agree that it holds immense weight and is an adult decision. For the adult in question. Not for a psychotic mother.
If my mom wanted to chop off my legs when I was seven because she thought I should be a paraplegic, or thought that I wanted to be a paraplegic, the courts would rule that as child abuse. Why on earth is this same sort of physically, emotionally, and mentally disruptive decision allowed to be made? Where is the sanity?
To both Ms. Georgulas and her son: Grow up. Then you can start making decisions for yourself.
Here is a transcript of the boy and father discussing the transition:
“You’re a boy, right?” Mr. Younger asks his son in the video.
“No,” James responds. “I’m a girl.”
“Who told you you’re a girl?” the father asks.
“Mommy,” the child answers.
Mr. Younger asks, “When did she tell you you were a girl?”
“Because, I love girls!” the three-year-old says.
“Oh, I see. So mommy told you you’re a girl?”
“Mhmm,” James answers in the affirmative.
“So mommy puts you in a dress and puts nail polish on you?” Mr. Younger says.
“Mhmm,” James replies.
“And what does mommy tell you?”
“She tells me I’m a girl,” the child responds.