Jury Rules Against Dad Who Doesn’t Want His Son To Become A Girl

This week a Texas jury ruled against a father who is fighting to keep his son from being “transitioned” into a girl.

The case involves Jeffery Younger, his seven-year-old son, and a legal case with Younger’s ex-wife.

According to LifeSite News, jurors voted against making Younger the sole managing conservator over his son — meaning the role would go to his ex-wife, Dr. Anne Georgulas, a pediatrician, who reportedly began insisting about four years ago that James was really a girl, and she calls him “Luna.”

Fortunately, despite the jury’s ruling, the judge in the case announced yesterday that Jeffrey Younger would get a say in his son’s gender “transition.”

To be clear, James is seven years old, and his father says that when the two of them are together, James identifies and behaves like a boy.

What we’re really talking about is whether or not a young child should be given puberty-blockers and hormone therapies and eventually subjected to sex-reassignment surgery — despite the objections of his father and character witnesses who have testified that they have never seen any reason to believe James identifies as a girl.

Advocates for children have said time and time again that encouraging kids to disagree with their biological sex is dangerous.

Individuals who disagree with their biological sex are 20 times more likely to commit suicide.

Puberty-blockers, hormone therapies, and sex-reassignment surgery carry dangerous risks and side-effects, like cancer, infections, gallbladder diseases, spikes in blood pressure, and more.

The American College of Pediatricians writes, “puberty is not a disease and puberty-blocking hormones can be dangerous.”

That’s why many pediatricians agree that treating children this way is nothing short of child abuse.

You can read more about this case in Texas, and sign a petition supporting Jeffrey Younger at the links below:

Photo Credit: SaveJames.com via Life Site News.

Updated: “Drag Queen Storytime” Coming to Central Arkansas Library

Updated August 23, 2018 8:20 AM: The Central Arkansas Library System apparently has removed the Drag Queen Storytime event from its calendar.

We have read reports on social media that the event has been rescheduled, but the CALS website has no further information.

The decision to remove the event from the calendar seems to have come on the heels of criticism of the event from Sen. Jason Rapert (R — Conway) and others.

This is good news, and we hope it means Arkansas’ public libraries won’t be used as a pawn by homosexual and transgender activists.

Original Story:

The Fletcher Library in Little Rock will host a “Drag Queen Storytime” this October, according to the calendar on the Central Arkansas Library System’s website.

The 90-minute event advertises “sass, class, stories, and songs.”

Over the past several months, homosexual and transgender activists have used events like this one at public libraries to foist their message on kids. Men dressed as women and wearing outrageous costumes read to children and talk to them about homosexuality and transgender issues.

In Louisiana, news outlet KATC reports the Lafayette Public Library is hosting a Drag Queen Story Time on the same day as Fletcher Library in Little Rock. Drag Queen Story Times also have occurred at libraries in New York, Boston, Orlando, Houston, and elsewhere.

Last July, the “Intellectual Freedom Committee” of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) published a blog post offering highlights from the American Library Association’s (ALA) annual conference in New Orleans. Among other things, the blog post says ALSC members were given information about hosting a Drag Queen Storytime at local libraries.

According to the ALSC, the purpose of these events is to “[foster] empathy, tolerance, creativity, imagination and fun.”

In other words, these events are not about getting children to read or play together. They’re about promoting homosexual and transgender ideology to little kids.

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