A Texas court ruled that a 9-year old boy be reunited with the mother who wants him to undergo gender transition. The court also gave his father limited visitation rights.
Anne Georgulas was granted various exclusive rights on a temporary basis. Georgulas is not the biological mother of James whom she refers to as “Luna” and wants to see transitions to a girl.
Judge Mary Brown of the 301st Judicial District Court of Dallas County saw it was better to grant the mother custody citing the father’s unwillingness or inability to follow the order designed to serve the best interest of the children.
The case reached national headlines in 2019 after the intention of the mother was revealed against the will of the children’s father.
Reports also show that the young James is conflicted about the transition.
The second temporary order on the ruling is as follows:
“2. the exclusive right to consent to medical, dental, and surgical treatment involving invasive procedures, EXCEPT THAT NEITHER PARENT MAY TREAT A CHILD WITH HORMONAL SUPPRESSION THERAPY, PUBERTY BLOCKERS, AND /OR TRANSGENDER REASSIGNMENT SURGERY (IF ANY) WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE PARENTS OR COURT ORDER.”
Judge Brown also ordered limited visitation from the father to his twin sons for the meantime.
In a post in the “Save James” Facebook page, it said:
“UPDATE: Judge Mary Brown ruled against the safety and protection of James and Jude. Supervised visitation with their own dad at Jeff’s expense.”
Communication has been cut between the father and his sons as well. The party of the mother also filed a temporary restraining order to prevent Jeff from seeing his sons, James and Jude.
Jeff said that when James is with him, he does not show any signs of wanting to be a girl. He also rejects a female gender expression, said the father.