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Mariage homosexuel: Deux papas valent mieux qu’un qu’ils disaient (Two dads can be much worse than one)

Posté le vendredi 5 juillet 2013 par Admini

Et si, contre l’actuelle mythologie ambiante, les papas homosexuels pouvaient être aussi mauvais que les papas normaux (pardon: hétérosexuels) ?

A l’heure où, de nos grands à nos petits écrans et de nos rues à nos magazines et à nos BD,  continue l’invraisemblable matraquage pro-homosexuel de nos vies quotidiennes …

Et où nos médias n’ont pas de mots assez durs pour dénoncer la montée en France des actes homophobes, l’interdiction russe des adoptions pour couples homosexuels ou la persécution des jeunes lesbiennes américaines accusées de détournement de mineures …

Comment ne pas s’étonner de leur étrange silence  ..

Sur cette affaire de papas modèles américano-australiens dont l’un vient de se prendre 40 ans de prison pour avoir littéralement fait circuler leur enfant-GPA russe dans un réseau pédophile international …

Qui, comme l’avait rappelé François Giroud en d’autre temps pour les femmes et l’a depuis largement démontré Barack Obama pour les noirs, constitue pourtant la plus éclatante preuve de l’accession à l’égalité depuis si longtemps attendue desdits homosexuels ?



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    jc durbant:

    Si quelqu’un scandalisait un de ces petits qui croient en moi, il vaudrait mieux pour lui qu’on suspendît à son cou une meule de moulin et qu’on le jetât au fond de la mer.

    Jésus (Matthieu 18: 6)

    Comme disent mes deux mamans, la famille c’est sacré !

    Pub Eram

    Les homosexuels seront les égaux des hétérosexuels le jour où ils auront le droit d’être aussi nuls que certains hétérosexuels.

    D’après Françoise Giroud

    La famille nucléaire biologiquement intacte et stable semble être, même si c’est une fausse impression, une espèce en voie de disparition. Cependant, elle demeure l’environnement le plus sain et sécurisant pour le développement de l’enfant. […] Ce qu’affirmaient les sociologues Sarah McLanahan et Gary Sandefur en 1994 reste une réalité : ” S’il nous était demandé de concevoir un système destiné à répondre aux besoins essentiels de l’enfant, nous finirions probablement par inventer quelque chose d’assez proche de l’idéal d’une famille avec deux parents.” Ses avantages sont amplement démontrés : accès au temps et à l’argent de deux adultes, un système d’équilibre des pouvoirs, une double connexion biologique à l’enfant, le tout renforçant la “probabilité que les parents s’identifient à l’enfant et soient capable de se sacrifier pour cet enfant, ce qui réduirait la probabilité que l’un des parents abuse de l’enfant.

    Mark Regnerus

    The New Family Structures Study (NFSS) is a social-science data-collection project that fielded a survey to a large, random sample of American young adults (ages 18-39) who were raised in different types of family arrangements. In this debut article of the NFSS, I compare how the young-adult children of a parent who has had a same-sex romantic relationship fare on 40 different social, emotional, and relational outcome variables when compared with six other family-of-origin types. The results reveal numerous, consistent differences, especially between the children of women who have had a lesbian relationship and those with still-married (heterosexual) biological parents. The results are typically robust in multivariate contexts as well, suggesting far greater diversity in lesbian-parent household experiences than convenience-sample studies of lesbian families have revealed.

    Mark Regnerus

    Ms. Hunt was eighteen in her first encounter with the younger girl, and not a minor at all. The girl’s parents did not « wait » to spring the police on her. That first encounter took place in the romantic confines of a stall in a girl’s school bathroom. The younger girl then ran away from home and crashed, as we used to say, with Ms. Hunt (whether the two girls planned this together remains speculation, though it seems likely). The night’s activities, according to the report, including use of a vibrator.
    Why gays would want consent laws overthrown is not in question. Youth is a commodity in the gay world, a pearl of great price. For gays, both male and female, it’s the younger the better. Skeptics should recall Kevin Jennings, Obama’s « bullying » czar, expressing shock when it was pointed out that he himself had broken the law by not reporting that an older man was sexually exploiting a student under his guardianship. The idea never occurred to him. This attitude is not alien to lesbians either. Recall Paula Poundstone’s contretemps of a decade ago, or the fact that Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues at one time contained a passage involving a 13-year-old girl being seduced by an older woman. Ensler characterized this as a « good rape, » presumably because it introduced the character to the romance and grandeur of the gay lifestyle. Gays view consent laws to be imposition on their way of life, to be discarded with the rest of the constraints of heterosexual life. A major irony lies in the fact that this is taking place in Florida, long the Western world’s pedophile capital. At times it seems that every other week the Sunshine state produces news of one more rape, murder, or ravaging of a child. Who can forget the surveillance tape showing eleven-year-old Carlie Brucia being dragged off to her death by a crack addict? If by some chance gays do succeed in demolishing the consent laws, along with the legal structure intended to safeguard the nation’s children, they will be giving a green light to predators exactly like that one — something else we will owe to the rainbow crowd. I have long been convinced that the seemingly invincible steamroller of the « gay rights » movement will be brought to a screeching halt when people become aware of what it means for their children. This seamy underside has been carefully hidden by gay activists such as Jennings with the cooperation of our honest media. The Hunt case may well represent a crack in that façade.

    American thinker

    It’s a happy, relaxed family scene. But it wasn’t an easy road to get there. After many hurdles Drake was born by surrogacy in Russia. “We decided that we would have a child, that it was time for us to have a family. We wanted to experience the joys of fatherhood and we started our surrogacy over in the United States back in 2002,” Pete said. (…) After many failed attempts in the US, the cost was becoming prohibitive. The pair decided to try Russia as cheaper alternative. (…) In fact, it wasn’t the mother who got in the way of Drake coming back to Australia with his two Dads. What followed was two and a half years of bureaucracy before the child received permanent Australian residency and another year before he got citizenship. On arrival in Australia customs quizzed Mark and Pete for hours. Police were also sent around to their house on a Sunday morning to investigate. “When people see two guys together, you know it’s like, ‘Where’s his mother?’ We’ve had a lot of people ask that,” Pete said. “I think that even if one of us was a woman, we wouldn’t have had the same suspicions and problems that we went through.” Thinking back to the police visit, Pete said the police seemed to want reassurance that the situation was ‘right’. They checked if the couple had equipment to raise a child like a bed, clothes and bottles. Mark said he’s sure that they were under suspicion of paedophilia. But despite the difficulties, he said the couple would do it again with no hesitation. “We’re a family just like any other family,” he said with pride.

    Australian Broadcasting Company (2010)

    I was putting together a series of interviews on gender. This particular interview was with a couple who were gay dads, and they had been on a long journey to have a child via surrogacy. I felt no sense that anything was wrong. For all intents and purposes this appeared to be a loving family and a loving household. And I’ve gone over and over it in my brain and I just did not feel that anything was wrong. I’m profoundly shocked and disgusted by what’s happened. Since then I am just revolted and I find myself quite despairing about the turn of events.

    Ginger Gorham (ABC radio)

    One way they control and manipulated this child was to appear to the outside world as a good parent. And one of the things they did was they trained this child how to answer questions from potential investigators.

    Steven Debrota (Deputy US attorney, indianapolis)

    One video showed Boy one performing sex acts on Newton, with a disturbing level of sophistication when he wasn’t even two years old. When the boy turned five, in one month alone, Newton video himself engaging in sexual activity with Boy one on more than a dozen different occasions. US authorities have found videos involving two more boys at Truong and Newton’s Cairns home.

    Caro Meldrum-Hanna (ABC)

    Six hundred and seventy suspects have been identified. One hundred and eighty four arrests have already been made, and 230 children as victims of this terrible crimes have been identified and rescued from further harm.

    Interpol official

    En 2005, la presse australienne avait couvert l’arrivée du bébé chez eux, décrivant Newton et Truong comme « deux pères heureux et aimants ». Et elle avait remis ça en 2010 : le 14 juillet, ABC Far NOrth Queensland a diffusé un reportage sous le titre « Deux papas valent mieux qu’un », soulignant tous les obstacles que les deux hommes avaient dû franchir pour faire aboutir leur projet et s’extasiant devant leur assurance de ne « rien regretter » malgré les efforts qu’il avait fallu fournir pour devenir « pères ». « C’est une famille heureuse et détendue », commentait alors ABC.

    Jeanne Smits

    Part of a now increasingly familiar genre of journalistic advocacy for gay adoption, Gorham’s article was recently deleted from the Australian network’s Web site (but retrieved from Google cache by a quick-thinking blogger) after it was revealed Friday that the men so enthusiastically profiled by Gorham were in fact key figures in one of the worst child pornography cases in memory. (…) Perhaps not coincidentally, while Truong and Newton’s crimes were reported by the Indianapolis Star, the New York Daily News and the Sydney Morning Herald, the New York Times appears uninterested in covering the atrocities committed by the Boy Lovers Network. However, the Times did find space today to publish yet another article on sex abuse by Catholic priests. It’s a good thing Newton and Truong weren’t Catholic — otherwise their crimes might be what editors of the New York Times considers an actual scandal.

    Robert Stacy McCain
















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