To me this is too much and way overboard by mom

Lawrence Edward Hinchee
2 min readAug 10, 2022

The boy pictured above is at the center of a major fight. He has just turned nine, repeat, N I N E. He was caught playing dress up with his older sister who dressed him up as a girl, and he was playing with barbies at age three. He said he liked it, but not all the time his twin looked at him kind of funny.

His mother is a doctor took him to a psychiatrist who specializes in gender issues in children and said he was really a girl. They have been fighting this out in court since the boy was five. The judges have ruled differently. The last one stripped the father of all his rights to having a say in this matter but laying all of the financial responsibility at his feet. Governor Abbot, Ted Cruz and the Attorney General are working to try and stop this from happening to a nine-year-old boy.

In the continuing legal saga of little James Younger, a Texas judge has now taken away the father’s rights when it comes to his son’s well-being.

The news outlets report without a proper hearing, a Dallas judge on Monday took away Jeffrey Younger’s claim to his son’s medical, psychological, and psychiatric care, giving that power solely to James’ mother, Dr. Anne Georgulas.

As CBN News has extensively reported, little James is in the middle of a legal battle between his parents that made national headlines in 2019 after it was revealed the boy’s mother intended to publicly gender-transition him into a girl against the father’s wishes. Even the eight-year-old boy has reportedly been conflicted about the transition, too.

What would you do? I for one don’t think this is in any way right. This is a mother who is trying to manipulate the boy and the legal system. Yes, I am for gay rights, but this is taking it too far. I say let the boy decide when he is older say fifteen, or sixteen.

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Lawrence Edward Hinchee

I am a published author. Book Titled Silent Cries A Memoir. I am a writer, photographer and author. I write under the pen name Brent Seheult. I also read a lot