Grandmother Fighting to Save Grandson from Puberty Blockers, Gender-Transition Speaks out

Eight year-old Jack Wilson was on a weekend visit to his grandparents’ house when he informed his grandmother that his name was really Jacquelyn.  “Grammy, my name is Jacquelyn,” he complained. He had just received Christmas presents from friends of his grandmother addressed to “Jack” and was visibly upset.  “Why is that your name?” Amanda Wilson, his grandmother, asked in response.  He replied: “Because I’m a girl now.”  “What makes you think you’re a girl?” she inquired.  “It’s my gender,” he said.  She pressed him: “Well, what’s a gender?”  He stared back at her, puzzled, and said: “I don’t know.”  Read more: