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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

How will 'gay' mirage affect *your* marriage?

One of the favorite non-arguments of the proponents of "gay" mirage -- that is, when they're pretending that they are willing to try to get what the want through democratic means, and accept the consequences when the demos says, "No, thanks" -- is to pose the rhetorical question: "How will 'gay' [mirage] affect or harm *your* marriage?" And, of course, the approved, albeit false, answer is, "It won't!"

Here, Mr and Mrs America, is one of the ways that "gay" mirage is going to harm *your* marriage -- since it is impossible that a woman is a 'father' or that a man is a 'mother', and since it is also impossible that the leftists will acknowledge that marriage exists only between one man and one woman, the "solution" to this dilemma will be to remove the words 'Father' and 'Mother' from birth certificates, replacing them with 'Parent A' and 'Parent B'.

So, thanks to the judicial imposition of "gay" mirage upon the nation, once this particular logical implication works its way through the courts, you will no longer legally be your children's mother or father; at best, you will be 'Parent A' or 'Parent B'.


Eventually, even the word 'parent' will have to be scrubbed from birth certificates, for it still whispers, a bit too loudly, the truth.

6 comments:

planks length said...

From the article: The lawsuit says not providing the birth certificates "[deprives] these children of the dignity, legitimacy, security, support and protections provided to children of heterosexual couples, regardless of marital status."

No-o-o-o, what deprives "these children of the dignity, legitimacy, security, support and protections provided to children of heterosexual couples" is the absence of a father and a mother - not some markings on a government document (which can provide none of the above).

Ilíon said...

Tut, tut! We're not supposed to notice such things, much less actually say them!

SRV said...
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K T Cat said...

I saw that, too and thought about how crazy the whole thing is. Renee Aste over at Cappadocia in Lowell blogs frequently about the need for knowing Father and Mother for genetic health reasons.

Renee said...

Thanks for sharing, ktcat!

As a matter of law I can not deny my children their father, because the nature of their conception was a result of a sexual act.

But the law states if I went to a doctor's office (for infertility/single by choice/a lesbian) I have every right to do so.

One set of laws in Massachusetts, where I reside states dad is equally important as mom. Another set of laws exempts this practice.

Not equal at all.

Renee said...

Thanks for sharing, ktcat!

As a matter of law I can not deny my children their father, because the nature of their conception was a result of a sexual act.

But the law states if I went to a doctor's office (for infertility/single by choice/a lesbian) I have every right to do so.

One set of laws in Massachusetts, where I reside states dad is equally important as mom. Another set of laws exempts this practice.

Not equal at all.