The trial is continuing this week in Dallas, Texas, over the chemical castration and sex change of a seven-year-old boy – a controversial procedure argued as beneficial by LGBTQ activists.
James Younger is the son of Jeff Younger and Anne Georgulas, who is a pediatrician. His parents are divorced, and when James is with his mother, she refers to him as Luna.
However, the boy's father contends that his son does not want to be a girl.
"This is a real tragedy because it not only involves this young boy, but also the sibling, and also the family that is separated, but more than that, it involves the destiny of this young boy," Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver expressed.
James has a twin-brother named Jude, who will likely be affected by the situation.
"To put James in a situation where they're affirming his gender confusion and literally put him on a path that would ultimately lead him down the road to have hormone-blocking medications and hormones of the opposite sex, and then, eventually, invasive surgery, is very dangerous indeed – especially when studies show that 85 to 90-plus percent of boys and girls that experience gender confusion ultimately resolve naturally without any clinical intervention consistent with their birth sex," Staver pointed out.
The trial is expected to run through Wednesday, and the Christian attorney is wary that the court will rule in favor of the mother and hand LGBTQ activists promoting sex assignment surgery yet another victory.
"Unfortunately, what you're seeing is some courts are siding with the parent that is causing the damage and siding against the parent that does not want this damage to occur," Staver stressed. "This is a very tragic situation this is really the face of the intolerant radical – and frankly [a] dangerous LGBT agenda that needs to be stopped."