Anglican Samizdat

July 31, 2009

Four men and a baby

Filed under: homosexuality — David Jenkins @ 12:02 am
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A sacrifice to Moloch:

Two gay policemen who became the first British same-sex couple to have a baby through a relative are both married – to other men.

Stephen Ponder, 28, a special constable, and his partner Ivan Sigston, 43, a Hampshire police dog handler, are now fathers to William who was born three weeks ago.

It was Mr Ponder’s sister, Lorna Bradley, who gave birth to the child having conceived using PC Sigston’s sperm.

So, to summarise, two homosexual policemen wanted to have a baby. One of them persuaded his sister to have a baby using his paramour’s sperm and give the baby to them. They are both actually “married” to other people – both men. They met while still “married” and became sexually involved because they were both interested in dogs; I don’t think the dogs were married to anyone.

Now they both want to divorce their man-wives so that they can “marry” each other and adopt the baby.

The only thing that is clear about all this is that absolutely no one is giving any thought whatsoever to the welfare of the baby.

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2 Comments

  1. What confounds me is that the proponents of ssb’s and gay marriages constantly talk of, “lifelong committed same sex relationships relationships.”

    There is almost no such thing, especially among gay men.

    Comment by John K — July 31, 2009 @ 6:34 pm

  2. It’s the same old MYWILBEDONE in all caps…this time using blood, sperm, life to achieve their own ends.

    And, yes, neither they nor the woman who agreed to be the brood mare considered the life or feelings or future of this child OR the human lives created for their ends and left in the lab to be eventually destroyed.

    It’s supreme selfishness, narcissism.

    Comment by Sibyl — August 3, 2009 @ 8:49 am


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