A professor from Iowa State University recently received a complaint after a discussion came up in class about abortion. The student who lodged the complaint said that the professor should have issued a correction when a classmate suggested that only women can have abortions because it “erases trans men and people who are non-binary who get abortions and/or use birth control.”
James was the center of a fierce legal dispute when his mother, Anne Georgulas, wished to transition her son to a girl against his father’s wishes. After a jury agreed to allow Georgulas full consent to socially transition their son, family court Judge Kim Cooks of the 255th District of Texas stepped in to give joint managing conservatorship to both parents.
A biological male runner who identifies as a female was named the Big Sky Conference women’s cross country athlete of the week last week, sparking – yet again – a debate over fairness in women’s sports and the collegiate rules that govern transgender athletes.
A court in Dallas, Texas, ruled earlier this week that the mother of seven-year-old James Younger could have full custody over him and his twin brother. Such an outcome would not normally be worthy of news as, sadly, divorce cases with similar results happen quite frequently.