Thursday, November 08, 2007

The Deep Impact of Homosexual Parenting

I had met Dawn Stefanowicz when she spoke at the initial public hearings on the Marriage Protection Amendment back on April 11, 2006 at the State House in Boston. (Click HERE to read Dawn's testimony at the hearing).

Dawn is a kind hearted and very articulated women who experienced a very tramatic childhood as she grew up in a household led by a homosexual father and a very ill, yet passive mother. Dawn's story is saddening and hard to read at times, but tells the truth about the dangers of homosexual parenting that is becoming ever more present in our society today.
Yes, we must accept our neighbors for who they are, but the children who are living with same-sex parents should not have to be subjected to the confusing lifestyles of homosexuality. The intellectual, physical, and emotional status of these children are at great risk of being shattered and destroyed as a result of their traumatic experiences within the confines of their own home.

I just received Dawn's book in the mail yesterday after ordering it earlier in the week. I could not get past the preface without shedding tears.

Dawn sums up the purpose of writing Out From Under in her preface by saying:

"I have written this book not out of spite, but with a desire to get out from under the wreckage created when sexual boundaries are obscured, to achieve freedom through telling the truth, and to benefit other children who have endured a similar household. It is quite possible my sharing may help them resolve their own issues". (Out From Under: The Impact of Homosexual Parenting . Dawn Stefanowicz, Annotation Press, 2007. Preface).

Read some reviews of Dawn's book and order it by clicking HERE.

Click HERE to visit Dawn's website.

34 Comments:

Anonymous KatieKat said...

In reading this woman's testimony, I, too was saddened. It is a sad story. However, this woman's story is most definitely the exception, and not the norm. I know several people who were brought up in loving, committed same-sex households, and are no worse for the wear than any others. That woman's father was a promiscuous man. Whether he was wtih women or men, it would have had the same impact on her well-being. Any parent that chooses 'cruising', sex and drugs over their child is going to do major damage to that child's psyche, regardless of his/her sexuality. This story in no way represents the majority of committed same-sex parents who love their children and want the best for them.

11:15 AM, November 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A while back I heard of a woman that was going to pay her teenage daughter to have sex with the Mother’s boyfriend while she was recuperating from surgery. Can we really deem homosexual marriage as bad because a homosexual is just as likely to screw with a kid as a heterosexual couple? If we’re going to outlaw homosexual marriage because some couples are not good for kids we must outlaw heterosexual marriages because some of those have screwed up kids.

Ken Weaver

5:44 PM, November 08, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Katie,

You said:

"However, this woman's story is most definitely the exception, and not the norm."

Gerard J.M. Van Den Aardweg, Ph.D. Arthor of many articles and several books on homosexuality
Endorsement section of Dawn's book:

"Their are numerous studies {of which I will cite later as a works cited page would fill a post and a half} that show the multiple emotional and character problems of children, adolescents, and young adults who have grown up in a motherless or fatherless enviroment."

"Dawn's story illustrates the unnaturalness of her parenting situation, the hypocrisy of those in her enviroment who pretended not to see this unnaturalness and the loneliness of a child who is imprisoned in that situation."

You said:

"I know several people who were brought up in loving, committed same-sex households, and are no worse for the wear than any others."

Maybe so Katie, but you know some situations and not all of the multitude of same-sex households that are providing an uneven and sexually confusing message for their children. (Again, that work cited page can be provided if wanted).

5:57 PM, November 08, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

How are homosexual "marriages" beneficial to children vs. heterosexual marriages regardless of outside situations as you have provided?

6:01 PM, November 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“How are homosexual "marriages" beneficial to children vs. heterosexual marriages regardless of outside situations as you have provided?”

I don’t think homosexual marriage is any more beneficial to children than heterosexual marriage. This woman came from a heterosexual marriage. The problem wasn’t so much her father’s preferred partner as it was her father’s lack of caring for his daughter. If her father was heterosexual would his lifestyle still have still have been detrimental to his daughter’s well being? Sure it would have been; because it wasn’t homosexuality that caused the problem in the first place. Surely reasonable people would see that.

Ken Weaver

10:06 PM, November 08, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

Scia said:
"Maybe so Katie, but you know some situations and not all of the multitude of same-sex households that are providing an uneven and sexually confusing message for their children. (Again, that work cited page can be provided if wanted)."
And what of the "multitude" opposite-sex households that are providing an "uneven and sexually confusing message for their children"? The point I'm making here is that Dawn's life was not screwed up because her father was gay, it was screwed up because he was a sucky father. Anyone, gay or straight, can be a bad parent. But you're forgetting that anyone, gay or straight, can also be a good parent. Pointing out the faults of a gay parent is completely one-sided, and ignores the fact that there are straight parents who are just as bad, if not worse. In fact, I knew a bunch of kids growing up that were in the foster "system", and they all had straight parents - Who only had one thing in common: they sucked at caring for their children. Sucky parents are sucky parents are sucky parents. Sexual orientation has NOTHING to do with how well you can care for a child.

8:35 AM, November 09, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Katie,

You asked:

"And what of the "multitude" opposite-sex households that are providing an "uneven and sexually confusing message for their children"?"

Do you mean to compare dangerous homosexual lifestyles with those parents who may molest their children?

If so, you have a point, BUT why does a child have to be exposed to a fatherless and motherless family when they grow up in a same-sex household?

What I asked Ken was regardless of all of the POTENTIAL problems that heterosexual households can have, and there are many, what are the benefits of exposing a child to a fatherless and motherless setting in a same-sex household? Maybe my original question to Ken was not clear enough.

You said:

"The point I'm making here is that Dawn's life was not screwed up because her father was gay, it was screwed up because he was a sucky father."

Oh, do you know Dawn's full story and upbringing as a child? It is interesting how you could make such a blanket synopsis JUST from her testimonial that she read at the State House.

You concluded with:

"Sexual orientation has NOTHING to do with how well you can care for a child."

I see I will have to provide you with the "multitude" of studies that prove you wrong.

Oh, and you can provide studies that prove heterosexual marriages are harmfull to children in order to balance out the debate...O.K.?

11:06 AM, November 11, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“…what are the benefits of exposing a child to a fatherless and motherless setting in a same-sex household?”

Does it really matter if there are any benefits? What are the benefits of telling your kids that there is a tooth fairy? What are the benefits of Santa Claus? Yet we all do it. We don’t so much have to show that there are benefits to children regarding same sex marriage as you must show that they are completely harmful. And even if you can show that same sex marriages are harmful to children the issue is marriage; not children. Yet if same sex parent households are no less detrimental to a child’s well being than a single parent household than you have no real argument. Children can be adopted to single parent homes. I must ask Scia; why do you bring children into this issue? Are you trying to get homosexuals to make scapegoats of children? The issue is marriage Scia, I wish you could remember that.

“Oh, do you know Dawn's full story and upbringing as a child? It is interesting how you could make such a blanket synopsis JUST from her testimonial that she read at the State House.”

Since I only read the testimonial I came to the same conclusion. Have you read the entire book? Was her childhood ruined because her father was gay or was it because he cared more for getting off than his daughter’s well being? If it is indeed the latter, wouldn’t her childhood have been just as bad if he were heterosexual?

Ken Weaver

5:27 PM, November 11, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

“Oh, do you know Dawn's full story and upbringing as a child? It is interesting how you could make such a blanket synopsis JUST from her testimonial that she read at the State House.”
I didn't just read her testimonial from the State House. I went to her website, and read all the other essays she has written about her childhood, as well. From what I read, her childhood/life wasn't screwed up due to her father being gay, it was due to him being a terrible, awful parent. One who took his own needs as being more important than his child's. Also, I never read anywhere that her parents ever got divorced... So all of her father's sexual/drug escapades were going on while her mother was still in the home?? If that is the case, she was not traumatized simply because her father was gay. Her entire family was dysfunctional in the worst possible way, and any child being exposed to those types of behavior is going to be negatively impacted by them. Conversely, I have a friend who was brought up by her two dads. They were committed, loving, supportive, and it was a very healthy environment for her to grow up in. She is now in graduate school, and doing very, very well for herself. She's never even been to therapy, and she's one of the most grounded, sane people I know. Now, both situations may be anecdotal, but I still see it as proof that not all heterosexual marriages are good for children, just as not all homosexual marriages are bad for them. You accuse me of making blanket statements, but that is exactly what you are doing.

1:08 PM, November 12, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

Your comparison of my question to fairy tale stories is your way of not answering the question. As a result of your "childish" response, I have come to the conclusion that you KNOW there are harmful affects of same-sex households on a child's developement.

You followed up with:

"And even if you can show that same sex marriages are harmful to children the issue is marriage; not children."

Interesting...then the parent's dangerous sexual desires supercede the child's well being...I rest my case.

You ask:

"Have you read the entire book?"

Yes, I have and I have talked with Dawn numerous times regarding her upbringing. Quite a sad story If you take the time to read the book and take part in a couple of emotional sit downs with Dawn.

Dawn is an excellent person and her story will tell the truth regarding the dangers of a homosexual household and she speaks her story in truth and love...I am sure you will have something to say about her truth and love just to make a point...I am looking forward to your comments.

10:17 AM, November 13, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Katie,

You said:

"Now, both situations may be anecdotal, but I still see it as proof that not all heterosexual marriages are good for children, just as not all homosexual marriages are bad for them. You accuse me of making blanket statements, but that is exactly what you are doing."

'but I still see it as proof'...case closed. Good luck with taking your life experiences as conclusive proof of how things are going in this world.

10:22 AM, November 13, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“Your comparison of my question to fairy tale stories is your way of not answering the question. As a result of your "childish" response, I have come to the conclusion that you KNOW there are harmful affects of same-sex households on a child's developement.”

I compared your question to fairy tales because neither can be adequately answered. Yes Scia, there are harmful effects of children in same sex households, but they are no more harmful than other households. You just like to single out the homosexual ones.

“Interesting...then the parent's dangerous sexual desires supercede the child's well being...I rest my case.”

They shouldn’t, but some parents do let their sexual desires get in the way of their child’s well being. It’s not only same sex households it’s every household imaginable. Some people just shouldn’t have kids, but just as Katiekat said “…not all heterosexual marriages are good for children, just as not all homosexual marriages are bad for them.” You however are using kids to justify your position on marriage equality. What you have seem to be saying is that homosexuals are really bad parents because their sexual desires are harmful to kids. That would be like me comparing all Christians to Jimmy Swaggart.

“Dawn is an excellent person and her story will tell the truth regarding the dangers of a homosexual household and she speaks her story in truth and love...I am sure you will have something to say about her truth and love just to make a point...I am looking forward to your comments.”

I’m sure she is, but she grew up in a situation where 2 opposite sex parents were married. Was her childhood ruined solely because her father was a homosexual? That’s the main question I asked before. As a result of your lack of response I have come to the conclusion that you KNOW that it wasn’t.

Ken Weaver

10:59 AM, November 13, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

"'but I still see it as proof'...case closed. Good luck with taking your life experiences as conclusive proof of how things are going in this world."
You're still not getting it. You keep making vast generalizations and blanketed statements that ALL homosexual marriages are bad for children. What I keep trying to say is, that NOT ALL heterosexual marriages are good for children, just as NOT ALL homosexual marriages are bad for them. In other words, there are exceptions to every rule, and you cannot say that because one or two (or even several, or more) gay marriages are not good for children that ALL gay marriages are bad for children. Just as you cannot say that ALL straight marriages are good for children, because the fact remains that some people are just bad parents, regardless of their sexual orientation.

11:24 AM, November 13, 2007  
Anonymous omd said...

You know this whole issue is a sickness. It's a sickness in our society. It's a sickness in mankind. An out and out rebellion to God.

I happened to turn to a t.v. channel (TLC) this morning. The story being shown was about two homosexual men who married in MA then decided they wanted a baby. Well we all know they can't reproduce with each other.

So what do they do?

They pay one of the homosexual's sister to be a surrogate. You know, of course, that they did not conceive the child naturally. The whole ting is unnatural!

So how'd they do it?

When the woman was ovulating the homosexual masterbated then the sister took the ejaculate and put it in a syringe type apparatus and inserted it into her vagina. She then put a pillow under her hips and then masterbated herself to aid the swim.

She carried the child to full term. Gave birth to HER daughter then just handed her over to the 2 homosexual men, one being her brother for money and a trip to Australia. Then she says the she is the girls mother and aunt. How weird is that?

An unnatural act with an unnatural ending by placing the child into an unnatural setting and an unnatural relationship, ON PURPOSE!!

Sorry folks this is just plain wrong. We are now living in an age similar to the Old Testament book of Judges. This is when every person's way is right in his/her own eyes. All absolute truths have been replaced with evil desires and practices.

None of us should be surprised when God gives us over to our unnatural desires and our society is destroyed. The spirit of lust has been loosed and the Church is silent!

Not this disciple!

Father, forgive them, they do not know what they are doing. Neither the homosexual, the people that give in to their base desires or the Church.

6:13 PM, November 13, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“When the woman was ovulating the homosexual masterbated then the sister took the ejaculate and put it in a syringe type apparatus and inserted it into her vagina. She then put a pillow under her hips and then masterbated herself to aid the swim.”

I might be giving out too much personal information on his one but what the heck… About 10 years ago my wife tried something very similar with a close friend of hers because I couldn’t get her pregnant. It didn’t work, but we tried it nonetheless; would that have been as “unnatural” and “weird” as the story you told? Would I and my wife be the target of your call to god because we can’t produce children “naturally”? Or would it be okay simply because the child would have gone into a heterosexual family?

Ken Weaver

7:02 PM, November 13, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It doesn't matter if all the appropriate boundries and teachings are put into place. All that matters is whether the couple is homosexual or not. A Christian can even raise a child to be a Muslim, but gay parents can only raise gay children, or damamged property.

Homosexuals are not capable of creating a safe enviornment for children to live in. It's black and white, there are no exceptions, so this whole debate is futile. Even an acoholic step father and a mother that beats their kids is better than living in a loving homosexual enviornment because of the fact that it is homosexual.

It is this confusion that we can somehow live in peaceful co-existance with homosexuals that causes the troubles we see today.

We should simply re-criminalize homosexual acts, forcably take the children out of these dangerous situations, and imprison anyone who tries to defy the will of the majority.

6:20 AM, November 14, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

"Even an acoholic step father and a mother that beats their kids is better than living in a loving homosexual enviornment because of the fact that it is homosexual."
I can't believe that you said this. Are you actually telling us that you would rather see a child brought up in an alcoholic, abusive home, than in a loving supportive one? Regardless of the sexuality of the parents, that was an abhorrent comment to make. If all christian zealots feel this way, it's no wonder that gay people harbor hate for the likes of you. My child is certainly better off with me and my soon-to-be-wife than she would be if she were in a home with abusive parents. I am still in utter shock that you even said such a thing. Most reasonable people, regardless of how they feel about homosexuality, would still prefer that a child reside with two parents that love him/her than be in a home with abusive, alcoholic parents.

6:41 AM, November 14, 2007  
Blogger Tyler Dawbin said...

Katie Kat, I believe that this last anonymous post was made from someone on the other side of the argument, attempting to make our position look foolish. Either that, or they are really, really confused and troubled. Whatever the case, I simply don't agree with this person.

9:26 AM, November 14, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

Tyler, thank you for saying that. I have to hope that that comment was either from someone completely removed from reality, or someone making some kind of sick joke, because I just can't believe that anyone would actually think like that.

10:10 AM, November 14, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

You said:

"About 10 years ago my wife tried something very similar with a close friend of hers because I couldn’t get her pregnant. It didn’t work, but we tried it nonetheless; would that have been as “unnatural” and “weird” as the story you told? Would I and my wife be the target of your call to god because we can’t produce children “naturally”?"

The issue, Ken, is when the child is born why is he/she subjected to a either a motherless or fatherless "family" on PURPOSE?

This whole "loving" and "caring" homosexual 'family' upbringing of the child is getting old. Love will not heal the sexual confusion that the child will experience for the rest of his/her whole life. Love will not mend the psychological scars from not having either a dominant male or female role model in the household. 'Caring' homosexual partners will not fix the emotional damages caused by purposefully not having either a mother or a father in the child's LIFE.

Why is there a glorification of such a dangerous social experiment? Why are the sexual desires of two homosexuals brought to the table on a silver platter before the important intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological needs of the child?
Where are the benefits REGARDLESS of if the child receives 'loving' and 'caring' parents, one of which will not be biological, and one of which will not provide the important Father or Mother role model?

And besides, what is "unnatural" and "weird" about two heterosexual people wanting to conceive with the help of another? It's done EVERY DAY with a beautiful and "natural" birth of a human, who will be cared for by a MOTHER and a FATHER (you and your wife) not a father and some guy or a mother and some woman.

10:26 AM, November 14, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCIA, it looks to me like you may be looking at things in the reverse. As for the couples wanting to bring new life into the world, well that's up to the couple. I don't see anyone telling the straight heroin addicts down the street they can't have kids. They seem like an ACTUAL danger to children as opposed to this fantasy you have about gays. If you want to spout off about harm to children at least cite some research not affiliated with Focus on the Family.

Is no life better than living with gays? After all, the child wouldn't have existed without the gay couple looking to be parents, right? Would not existing be better in your mind than having gay parents?

7:01 PM, November 14, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“The issue, Ken, is when the child is born why is he/she subjected to a either a motherless or fatherless "family" on PURPOSE?”

Maybe that’s the issue for you, but for me the issue is freedom. Freedom from “big brother,” freedom of choice and all the freedoms our soldiers fight and die for us to enjoy. Republicans used to fight to keep government out of our daily lives, but now that they started pandering to groups like the Christian Coalition they want to put government in our lives. You’re not so much talking here about marriage but the freedom people have to bear children, to raise children. Would you like government to come into your house and start telling you how to raise your child, to decide for you when you can have children? I hear so many times from people like yourself about how the “homosexual agenda” is taking away your right to teach your children that homosexuality is a sin, about the “indoctrination” going on in the schools, about how kids are being told that coming out gay is cool. Take a stand then Scia! Take a stand for us all to keep our freedoms! Take a stand against the government implying it knows better for your kids than you do! Take a stand against big brother watching over your shoulder to make sure you raise a child in a manner government approves! But to do that you must stop fighting a group that appreciates freedom, that doesn’t want government intrusion.

“This whole "loving" and "caring" homosexual 'family' upbringing of the child is getting old. Love will not heal the sexual confusion that the child will experience for the rest of his/her whole life. Love will not mend the psychological scars from not having either a dominant male or female role model in the household. 'Caring' homosexual partners will not fix the emotional damages caused by purposefully not having either a mother or a father in the child's LIFE.”

Once again I feel it necessary to bring my life into this discussion. While I did feel bad for Dawn and the situation she had to deal with, little of her story that I know, I don’t feel too bad for her. I’ve have never heard, read, seen a movie about a child’s life being worse than the one my wife was forced to endure. At Age 3 her father tried to shoot her mother. Parents get divorced She gets molested by 4 different men (2 family members and 2 family friends.) After it was found out by her grandmother she is forced to go and confess HER sins, kicked out of her grandparent’s house because her grandfather couldn’t handle a little girl’s screams, lives with her mother than one day she comes home and mom is gone (moved to AZ.) Lives with a family friend then gets sent to a foster home. Foster parents were good to her but only to a point. Mother comes back and brings her to AZ when they hadn’t spoken for years. Gets raped by mom’s boyfriend and hooked on drugs. Yet she is the most forgiving woman I have ever met (she even forgave her mother and her mother’s boyfriend.) If two men or two women were to have raised her with a little attention and some love she would have been much better off. So lay off your holier than thou stories about children raised by homosexuals that don’t mean crap. Don’t blame homosexuals for the plight of children; blame the parents that raise children when they can’t take care of them. While a homosexual family may not be perfect for children, but neither is any family situation today, or yesterday for that matter.

“Why are the sexual desires of two homosexuals brought to the table on a silver platter before the important intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological needs of the child?”

Because that’s generally how any relationship is.

“Where are the benefits REGARDLESS of if the child receives 'loving' and 'caring' parents, one of which will not be biological, and one of which will not provide the important Father or Mother role model?”

I don’t know, nobody really knows, because your irrational fears are trying to deny that any family without a mommy or daddy isn’t worthy of being called a family.

“And besides, what is "unnatural" and "weird" about two heterosexual people wanting to conceive with the help of another?”

I just wanted to know what was “unnatural” or “weird” about people wanting to conceive with the help of another.

Ken Weaver

9:01 PM, November 14, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

You said:

"I don't see anyone telling the straight heroin addicts down the street they can't have kids. They seem like an ACTUAL danger to children as opposed to this fantasy you have about gays."

No, you don't have anyone telling the straight heroin addicts to not have kids, but as we can all guess, these kids will end up with DSS and in foster homes... = "ACTUAL danger".

Fantasy...do you read the peer reviewed medical journals that I constantly cite in order to fillet your fallacious claim that same-sex households are not dangerous? I will post for you about 90 REPLICATED studies that prove same-sex households are dangerous for children (and their ALL not from Focus on the Family.) Can you provide studies, and studies Ken, not the "human element" that you think runs society,in order to prove to us all that same-sex households are NOT dangerous to children?

2:38 PM, November 20, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

You said in response to my question:

"Maybe that’s the issue for you, but for me the issue is freedom."

AKA: You CAN NOT answer the question.

You said:

"(she even forgave her mother and her mother’s boyfriend.)"

Why? Why did your wife forgive them and do you envy or dispise this quality about your wife?

You said:

"...your irrational fears are trying to deny that any family without a mommy or daddy isn’t worthy of being called a family."

Uh, no I am not. Any family that consists of a combonation of different blood relatives is a family. Anyone who calls their family a "family" that involves homosexual partners and children are not families. That is what I am saying.

Be carefull about putting words into peoples mouths.

2:50 PM, November 20, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“Fantasy...do you read the peer reviewed medical journals that I constantly cite in order to fillet your fallacious claim that same-sex households are not dangerous?”

No I don’t, because the issue is marriage; not children.

“The issue, Ken, is when the child is born why is he/she subjected to a either a motherless or fatherless "family" on PURPOSE?”

I said: Maybe that’s the issue for you, but for me the issue is freedom.

Scia replied with: AKA: You CAN NOT answer the question.

Maybe this answer will satisfy you; children’s rights do not supersede other people’s rights. Children don’t have a right to be born; it’s just something that happens. Children don’t have a right to choose their parents; they get what they get.

“Why did your wife forgive them and do you envy or dispise this quality about your wife?”

I envy AND despise this quality of my wife. And she forgave them because she takes her Christianity too seriously and because her mom will always be her mom.

“Any family that consists of a combonation of different blood relatives is a family.”

I guess your wife isn’t part of your family then? Just teasing Scia; a family can also include friends and pets; at least the definition of family that I have.


“Anyone who calls their family a "family" that involves homosexual partners and children are not families.”

You prove my point.

Ken Weaver

5:10 PM, November 20, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By the way Scia I didn’t write about the heroin addict parents or the fantasy either; that was anonymous, I always put my name at the end.

Ken Weaver

9:32 PM, November 20, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

“Anyone who calls their family a "family" that involves homosexual partners and children are not families.”
Why? What would you call the unit that I, my fiancee, and our daughter (not to mention our cats) make up?

9:36 AM, November 21, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Katie,

Why are you so intuned with what I think on this matter? You should be asking God what He thinks, considering that you will have to answer to Him with your sin (as I will as well).

2:08 PM, November 21, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“You should be asking God what He thinks, considering that you will have to answer to Him with your sin (as I will as well).”

She would probably do so if it weren’t for people such as you that want to vote on her right to marry the person of her choice.

Ken Weaver

4:04 PM, November 21, 2007  
Blogger SCIA said...

Ken,

What does my ability to stop Katie from getting "married" at the voting booth have to do with her asking God if she should "marry" another homosexual???????????

8:22 PM, November 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“What does my ability to stop Katie from getting "married" at the voting booth have to do with her asking God if she should "marry" another homosexual???????????”

If she wasn’t so busy fighting for her rights when you fight to take them away she would have more time on her hands to consider her relationship with the invisible man.

Ken Weaver

12:38 PM, November 23, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

"Why are you so intuned with what I think on this matter? You should be asking God what He thinks, considering that you will have to answer to Him with your sin (as I will as well)."
I'm asking you because you are the one that said my family shouldn't be called a family. So, I'm asking, what would you call it? I don't need to ask my God(dess) anything, because I know that (s)he sanctions pure love. There is no possible way that the love my fiancee and I feel for each other could be 'sinful' or 'wrong'.

7:24 AM, November 27, 2007  
Blogger Tyler Dawbin said...

There is no possible way that the love my fiancee and I feel for each other could be 'sinful' or 'wrong'.

Tell me more about this, Katie.

7:56 AM, December 03, 2007  
Anonymous KatieKat said...

"Tell me more about this, Katie."
Exactly what did you want to know? There isn't a lot more to tell. My fiancee and I share a love that is pure, and right, and simply amazing. And before you say so, it has absolutely nothing to do with sex. I love being with her. I could spend every minute of every day just sitting with her, and talking. I cannot imagine my life without her, and my world has infinitely improved just by having her in it. Knowing that even if I have to worst day imaginable, at the end of it I have her to go home to, is the most wonderful thing in the universe. There is nothing (save for my fibromyalgia and the pain it causes) that I would change about my life if given the chance.
Did I elaborate enough for you? :)

7:33 AM, December 13, 2007  

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