Time is running out for a Dallas father who asked the Texas Supreme Court to order his ex-wife to return his 10-year-old son to Texas from California, where he fears she will medically transition his son to a girl.
Jeff Younger said that he filed an emergency stay with the Texas Supreme Court on Dec. 16 to stop his ex-wife from moving James and his twin brother Jude out of Texas, which considers transitioning minors to the opposite sex though chemical or surgical means to be child abuse in most cases.
His ex-wife, however, already has moved with the twins to Los Angeles County.
Younger asked the Texas Supreme Court to rule by Dec. 30. He believes time is running out for James because California Senate Bill 107, a so-called transgendersanctuary law, goes into effect on Jan. 1, which could mean the end of protection for James under Texas law.