Jeff Younger, a desperate father from Texas is pleading with his ex-wife, Anne Georgulas, to refrain from chemically castrating their son.
Appearing on Tucker Carlson Tonight, Jeff Younger, showed a video showing his nine-year-old child claiming to be a girl.
When asked if he was a boy, James told his dad in the video: ‘No, I’m a girl.’
According to the boy, he was told he was female by his mother, who is a pediatrician, because he ‘loved girls’ and would dress him up in ‘dresses.’
Jeff Younger claimed that his ex-wife, Dr. Anne Georgulas, was planning to chemically castrate their child by the time he reached the age of nine, which is currently the age of the child.
‘My blood ran cold when I realized what she had planned for that boy,’ Younger told Carlson.
‘She started transitioning him when he was two. She tried to enroll him in a gender clinic when he was five – the Genesis Clinic in Dallas, Texas. Pediatrician records show that she intended to chemically castrate him at age eight or nine, his current age.
‘And then he magically moves to California? I don’t think this is an accident.’
Jeff reveals why ex-wife divorced him
He said his ex-wife divorced him so she could castrate the boy without his permission and even got a temporary court order that forbade Younger from ‘even telling my son that he was a boy,’ he said on the show.
‘I had to present him to the world as a girl,’ he said. ‘His twin brother [Jude] got completely confused by all this.’
The divorce between Jeff Younger and ex wife
In 2019, Younger was granted 50/50 rights to his children to help block his wife’s advancements toward the medical procedure, but the case was eventually transferred and Judge Mary Brown stripped the father of his rights, he claimed.
‘Eventually, [she] allowed my ex to move to California just a few days before the sanctuary law in California went into effect.’
California’s sanctuary law protects transgender children and their families who flee from ‘Alabama, Texas, Idaho or any other state criminalizing the parents of trans kids for allowing them to receive gender-affirming care.’