If you follow the Facebook page or YouTube Channel, you probably saw the adorable photos and video of our haircut party with James, Jude and Jeff. My son Grayson (budding film-maker) videoed and documented most of it and put together a great montage of fun moments.
Several people have asked – “Is Jeff pushing the envelope a little by doing this?” And “Is he allowed to do this?”
Jeff can only give James haircuts with court approval from the Amicus Attorney – and as always, he continues to go through the proper channels and get legal approval before haircuts. In addition – Jeff always shows the barber this image of Charlize Theron and is careful to tell him that it can not be shorter than this and needs to be able to be styled as a pixie cut in order to please his mother – just to be sure he is following all the rules.
It costs an arm and a leg just to get approval for this-(YES – he actually has to pay legal fees to communicate with and get approval from the attorney) but it is important to Jeff that James is happy and confident and Jeff wants to honor James’ request and preference of haircut style.
These 5 little boys had so much fun telling the fabulous barbers at Don Juan Barbershop in Coppell exactly what they wanted. James was so eager and excited. He was thrilled.
Unfortunately, his mother did not share his enthusiasm and has filed another motion to modify the terms of the custody so that Jeff can no longer cut James’ hair at all.
This is another example of James’ preferences being pushed aside to suit someone else’s agenda.
We are concerned that if she has complete control that she will attempt to hyper-feminize him prior to trial in order to sway a Jury.
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Take action! Talk is not enough. If you want to stop transgender child abuse, you must gain control of your local institutions.
The Amicus Attorney has permitted James’ father to cut James’ hair. James’ father believes that Anne Georgulas (on Facebook,on Twitter) wants to feminize James before trial, by letting his hair grow long into a girl’s hairstyle.
The Custody Evaluator, Benjamin Albritton, is taking a long time to complete his evaluation. It’s been three months.
The office assistant says that Dr. Albritton and Dr. Eagle are continuing to “sort through the data and information” they have been given.
This contradicts a previous letter sent by Dr. Albritton that Dr. Eagle had resigned from the case.
Dr Albritton asked James’ father to schedule another in-office visit with James and Jude, this will be the third such visit.
Dr. Albritton asked James’ father to schedule a private visit without the boys. But this is for later and not at this time.
That means the custody evaluation is going to take a lot longer.
We have a hearing scheduled for 28 February, 2019 at 1:30 pm, on Ms. Georgulas’ Motion to Seal.
Ms. Georgulas and the Judges want to hide what they are doing to James. The People of Texas have a right to know what is happening in their Family Courts on this pressing transgender legal and social issue.
The hearing will be in the Associate Judge’s courtroom at Judge Scott Beauchamp, George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building, 600 Commerce Street, 4th Floor New Tower, Dallas, TX 75202.
It is not a special set. The hearing should be brief, lasting around 20 minutes.
Ms. Georgulas will be represented by her new super-expensive, high-powered law firmKoons-Fuller.
A study by Lisa Littman, Assistant Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Brown’s School of Public Health, finds that transgenderism can be caused by peer pressure.
Rapid-onset gender dysphoria describes a phenomenon where the development of gender dysphoria is observed to begin suddenly during or after puberty in an adolescent or young adult who would not have met criteria for gender dysphoria in childhood.
[…] peer group and online influences may contribute to its development. It is unknown whether the gender dysphoria of rapid-onset gender dysphoria is temporary or likely to be long-term. The elevated number of friends per friendship group who became transgender-identified, the pattern of cluster outbreaks of transgender-identification in these friendship groups, the substantial percentage of friendship groups where the majority of the members became transgender-identified, and the peer group dynamics observed all serve to support the plausibility of social and peer contagion for ROGD.
Peer-pressure among adolescents and young adults can induce the “contagion for Rapid-onset Gender Dysphoria.”
Imagine how much influence James’ mother has over him. Her influence over this six-year-old boy is much greater than any peer group.
James’ mother, Anne Georgulas (on Facebook,on Twitter), has “socially transitioned” him. All of his authority figures – teachers, school police officers, school librarian – say he is in fact a girl.
This powerful, authoritative socialization forces James to accept the delusion that he is a girl. If it can happen to young adults, how much more vulnerable are young boys and girls to social influence?
Remember to support us in our fight to Save James.
Another opinion is so clearly needed. It’s easy to see why this father is alarmed and fights so hard for his boy. An intervention is clearly needed and needed now. A second opinion needs to come from someone who is not a cheerleader for diagnosing gender dysphoria and preparing a child for a sex change. The ideal counselor will explore the family dynamics and other contributing factors. If the current counselor is solid in her belief the gender dysphoria diagnosis is indisputable and fixed, she should support getting a second opinion in the best interests of the child.
Anne Georgulas has very carefully controlled the licensed care providers that have access to James. The courts have not ordered an independent second opinion. James’ father cannot get an independent diagnosis. This is likely to be a subject for intense and expensive litigation as this case moves through the courts.
Anne Georgulas fights so hard to control access to care providers because, as Mr. Heyer says:
After observing James and his behavior, I cannot see how his counselor at Dallas Rainbow Counseling could have diagnosed James with gender dysphoria. She spent time with James and his father, where James showed a preference for being a boy. Even if James preferred a girl name in sessions with his mother, it is a huge leap to a diagnosis of gender dysphoria. He’s only six, after all.
If Anne Georgulas loses control of the care providers, the gender dysphoria diagnosis cannot stand. And if the diagnosis falls – if James is not gender dysphoric after all – what has Anne Georgulas done to James? What damage has been done? What will the courts do about it? How have James’ future prospects been harmed?
Walt Heyer has an answer from first-hand experience:
Like James, I was far too young to comprehend the long-term consequences of being encouraged to cross-dress at such a young age, much less fight back. In my child’s mind, it felt good to be the center of her attention. Now I call what grandma did to me “child abuse” because her grooming of me as a female negatively affected my entire life.
Before giving me hormones and surgery, my medical providers should have helped me explore the possible psychological roots of my desire to escape into a female persona, but none did.
Don’t let it happen to James!
We recommend that you read Walt Heyer’s excellent books. His journey through life is utterly unique, informative, and educational. No scientific study, no new article, can match the clarity and emotional poignancy of Walt’s first-person accounts of the tragedy of transgender child abuse and his triumph over it.
Every. Single. Day. You have to see your son sexually abused, and you have to maintain your calm because the courts are not going to be fair to you. And the only way you can survive this and get your son through this alive is to calmly allow your son to be tortured right before your eyes and outlast the opposition. That’s what it’s like.
For anyone who is not quite sure of the history of pediatric transgender care.
This video thoroughly details the history and development of transgender medicine. It compares medical science vs. the “facts/claims/statistics” that are being argued to support pediatric affirmation of transgenderism.
We highly encourage anyone who has questions to watch this.
About 70% of gender dysphoric children will stop being trans and instead identify with their biological sex by age 21.
Childhood social transition of boys causes them to persist in their gender dysphoria rather than curing it.
The 70% rate of desistence has been established in many studies. Most of the children who present gender dysphoria are actually not transgender. Singal writes:
Again: Every study that has been conducted on this has found the same thing. At the moment there is strong evidence that even many children with rather severe gender dysphoria will, in the long run, shed it and come to feel comfortable with the bodies they were born with. The critiques of the desistance literature presented by Tannehill, Serano, Olson and Durwood, and others don’t come close to debunking what is a small but rather solid, strikingly consistent body of research.
The Steensma study cited above found:
Childhood social transitions were important predictors of persistence, especially among natal boys. Social transitions were associated with more intense GD in childhood, but have never been independently studied regarding the possible impact of the social transition itself on cognitive representation of gender identity or persistence. As we previously indicated, the percentage of transitioned children is increasing and seems to exceed the percentages known from prior literature for the persistence of GD, which could result in a larger proportion of children who have to change back to their original gender role, because of desisting GD, accompanied with a possible struggle or it may, with the hypothesized link between social transitioning and the cognitive representation of the self, influence the future rates of persistence.
I think we must use common sense. Cross-dressing a young boy and telling him he really is a girl is a lot like telling him that Santa Claus exists. For a time, he will believe the delusion, but eventually the truth comes out.
Social transition psychologically conditions a boy to maintain his delusions and discomfort with his biological sex.
Do you think James’ mother abused James by socially transitioning him at such a young age? Did she predispose James to serious psychological problems in the future?
Let’s give James a chance at a normal life. Help us win this case to prevent other kids from enduring transgender child abuse.
A December 19 article in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Failure 101: Teaching Resilience” reports many American universities feel the need to offer courses that teach “It’s OK to fail sometimes.” Really. The Journal reports that many colleges, including elites like Princeton and Vanderbilt, are offering workshops with vignettes showing students and staff “discussing their failures and moments of self-doubt.” The University of Central Arkansas, during “Fail Forward Week,” apparently hands out certificates giving students “permission to screw up ‘and still be a totally worthy, excellent human being,’” citing the document.
On the same page of the print edition of the Journal, below the fold, is a much shorter article. In fact, it’s not an article at all. It’s simply a photograph with a caption. The photo is of a flag-draped casket being carried from a church in Export, Pennsylvania by six soldiers in dress uniform bearing the body of their fallen comrade, Army Sgt. Jason McClary, who was killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan last month.
How striking the divergence in these depictions of our youth.
On the one hand, we have men who fear so greatly that they need counseling and courses to support their efforts. On the other hand, we have men so dedicated that even death cannot stop their spirit.
It’s emblematic of our current times. We have become decadent in the original Latin sense: de-cadenced, out of step. Our country is a house divided. We don’t agree even about what what a man is or ought to be. When these disagreements reach to children, family courts decide.
James faces a dire cultural dilemma. Will he have a chance to be like those honoring their fallen comrade? Or will he be forced into a false gender identity, unsure of himself, living a false life with false promises?
Pray the courts will see reason and decency for James. Pray he will have a chance to be a man among men, as he was made to be.
James is the tip of the spear for transgender child abuse cases in the courts.
Young Nemis [age 10], whose drag name is “Queen Lactacia,” was shot by photographer Jonathan Frederick Turton for the spread. In one of the shots that did not make the magazine, Nemis, in full drag makeup and a black dress, is posing for a photo with the Season 7 winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Violet Chachki. In the shocking photo, Violet is wearing nothing but a pair of heels and a small piece of fabric covering his genitals […]
Our society is normalizing the sexual objectification of young boys. It’s now on mainstream media.
See this video of a child drag queen stripper on Good Morning America. They describe his sexualized act as “the future.” One of the adult drag queens says, “you have to do what you have to do, and make it part of mainstream America.”
This is the endgame of transgender child abuse. Don’t let it happen to James. Set a legal precedent to stop it now.
The Reddit naysayers are again doing their best to slander and confuse the situation by trying to point to years old divorce proceedings as “proof” of a scam. We have made a simple response and do not intend to fuel the thread further.
We have done our very best to prove validity of this situation by showing actual interactions of our family with these kids, a letter from State Representative Matt Rinaldi and the scanned copies of court documents we received from the actual court house with copy of the receipt showing that we paid for them.
This is an attempt to divert attention away from the real issue which is James and Jude…. and prevent the support that is needed to fight for them.
No matter your religious views or orientation- a child’s right to determine his future hangs in the balance and this case will set a precedent for others.
Help us #SaveJames – and save thousands of children.
It is confirmed that the mother has hired Jessica Hall Janicek at KOONSFULLER, P.C. as her new legal representation. This is a well known and respected firm with a reputation of aggressive representation. Designation-of-Lead-Counsel-for-Petitioner
The next hearing will be on February 28th over her motion to close and seal court documents.
The custody evaluation is still a work in progress and this will determine the placement of the children between now and when this ultimately goes to trial.
We so enjoy every weekend that Jeff has the boys. They came over and played and had dinner and did art projects.
They created these funny little foil people and my table was completely covered with an army of foil men in all kinds of hilarious positions.
They wrestled and laughed and we ended the night exhausted and happy. Happy and blessed to see these boys flourish but at the same time saddened that we won’t see them for 2 weeks and during that time apart they are subjected to a very different life.
The story is the same… and the need is still great.
We have heard that their mother has ramped up her legal team and that we should expect an escalation of legal action including followup on the motion to seal in order that all future court dealings will be unavailable for us to share.
There will be a hearing on February 28th at 1:30pm.
This is likely in order to drain what little funding we have raised so far. Any legal action that Jeff can take depends entirely upon the custody evaluation.
Several people have asked what James’ mother, Anne, has to say about everything. The only information we can provide is the actual transcript of her answers to questioning by both her attorney and Jeff’s attorney. The complete transcripts are available under the Court Documents tab, but they are lengthly so attached here are cut and pasted excerpts from the transcripts showing her answers to the most commonly asked questions.
Here is a case where both parents were against hormone therapy for their minor child and they lost custody to the grandparents of the child, who support it. This is what is coming if we don’t stop it now.
Jeff and the boys have an in-home visit with Dr. Albritton on Thursday evening. James will jump from a day at school as a girl to an evening with dad as a boy. This isn’t ideal, because Dr. Albritton will not have a clear picture of what life is like for James when he gets to be himself for a prolonged period of time. But we hope that he will see how even with limited time- James and Jude both shine and thrive with dad.
He has them this weekend- so look for more pics and updates over the next few days.
Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers and continue to WATCH SHARE and DONATE. #savejames
Tomorrow Jeff’s fiancé will meet with Dr. Albritton. She will be discussing her observations and interactions with the boys and serve as a character reference for Jeff. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers and continue to lift up and reach out to Dr. Albritton, so that he would be wise, fair and attentive.
Thank you to the many who are working to spread the word and share this information with others. I was interviewed for another article with a well rounded view about this situation. It can be found here.
Awareness is key and financial support is still a very real need. Donate here
We were disappointed, to say the least, to see that no new bill or law to protect James and other children like him was on the docket for 2019. This needs to be rectified. We need to get this in front of lawmakers right away.
Two petitions- one to Texas legislators and one to The White House. Please sign and share.
It was a beautiful fall weekend and Jeff and the boys came over Saturday evening for a great time. We grilled, and ate together, the kids played in the backyard and we lit a fire in the fire pit and just enjoyed watching ALL of our boys be boys. They chiseled rocks and made “potions” out of leaves and grass and dirt. They ran and laughed and played on the swing-set and played tag and for a minute… it was almost easy to forget that they would have to go home the very next day to a very different environment. As a Christian, and a mother, I have a very hard time letting those precious little souls leave knowing that it will be at least 2 weeks before they get to really enjoy time with other boys and the freedom to be themselves. The relief Jude feels in an environment where he doesn’t have to pretend his brother is a girl is apparent. He lights up and has such a personality. They are both gracious and kind kids with such different abilities and talents. If it pains me to watch them go, I can’t even begin to imagine the suffering Jeff experiences each time he is required to give them up. The time to fight this is now, but without means, there is simply no way to make any move.
I mentioned last week that a very gracious person is willing to match any donations up to $5000. If it is within your means to give to help protect these children, now is a perfect time to do so.
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