Former Lesbian turned evangelical homophobe ordered to transfer child to ex-partner

  • metta

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    Jan 03, 2010 5:30 AM GMT


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    Jan 03, 2010 12:53 PM GMT
    The things those lesbians get up to. I recall a custody case down here a few years ago, where two lesbians used a homosexual as a sperm donation, to produce a child, and when the father try to have access with his son, it was fought at every step. So when it went to court, the sinfulness, and hatefulness of it all was blinding. Of the Lesbians stating, that every time her "son" come home from contact, with his father, the smell of male on the young boy, made one of the lesbians gag and vomit.

    It was looking as things were going to go in the fathers way and he was going to get more than a few hours a year to see his son, as what was being put forth by the lesbians, that the mother of this child, killed him her child and then herself, to stop the father from having access.
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    Jan 03, 2010 12:58 PM GMT
    How sad. Miller will, in all likelihood, last a while in her new life and then revert to who she really is. So much pain and suffering. Glad that the court ruled as it did though.

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    Jan 03, 2010 1:33 PM GMT
    Former lesbian.....former gay. It such thing possible? I know all kind of former gay. They repress their feeling, lust, force themself to marriage a women. Talk stuff about god grace for turning themself against unnatural sex, adam and eve, repentance, holly book and claim they are happier with their life now.

    The guy who stole my ex bf, was a former gay. He bow to the religions obligation and family expectation and get married (even his bride is chosen by his parent). Have a beautiful home, with 4 kids. Leave homosexuality for 10 years. One day he meet my ex, fall for this extremely good looking young guy. Fall in love , get my ex to leave me and move to his place ( a condominium he rent just for him). Mr ex told me , he hardly have sex with his wife anymore. Something like once every three month.

    So much for .....former gays. Gays and lesbian are for life. You can repress it , denied it but you are and there nothing you can do about it.
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    Jan 03, 2010 2:29 PM GMT
    zakariahzol said...Gays and lesbian are for life. You can repress it , denied it but you are and there nothing you can do about it.

    Agreed. In this particular case, however, this ruling may not result in the child being returned to the former partner in Vermont. If I read this correctly (and please chime in), the judge issuing this order is in Vermont, but the mother & child are in the state of Virginia. Conservative Virginia courts will never comply with such an order from Vermont.

    The US Constitution requires that states comply to each other's laws with "good faith and credit" but that provision has been interpreted very loosely over the last 200 years. It certainly didn't prevent Southern laws against interracial marriage, and it certainly hasn't prevented DOMA. I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for this child to be sent to Vermont.
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    Jan 06, 2010 1:13 AM GMT
    Former lesbian Former gay is such a thing possible?

    Zac sexuality being innate I have to say NO! Yet it is the bisexuals who can and do make it seem sexuality is a choice. By being a husband, and maybe a father too for many years an, then one day, they are not straight anymore but gay, or not gay anymore but a straight Minister of God, when in fact they have never been straight or gay but a bisexual. They are the ones that give the born again christians hope, and fule that they can pray away gay.
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    Jan 06, 2010 1:18 AM GMT
    Red_Vespa said
    Agreed. In this particular case, however, this ruling may not result in the child being returned to the former partner in Vermont. If I read this correctly (and please chime in), the judge issuing this order is in Vermont, but the mother & child are in the state of Virginia. Conservative Virginia courts will never comply with such an order from Vermont.


    Yes they will - and have. Even Virginia has common sense sometimes ;)