The anarchical upheaval of sexuality and the family is certainly and tragically upon us. Nothing is sacred or worth holding on to — at least according to the enemies of everything traditional or moral.
As the homosexual perversion spreads like a lethal contagion, it threatens to destroy everything in its wake. In fact, in our nation’s most populous state, things are reaching pandemic proportions.
It looks like it may be just a matter of time before it’s legal in California for homosexual men to be listed as “mother” and lesbians to be cited as “father” on birth certificates.
The Associated Press reports, however, homosexuals could opt for the more generic label of “parent.” But that’s not going to happen! The AP obviously does not understand the rabid nature of the virulent homosexual agenda. For the LGBTQ hordes, it’s complete capitulation to their will or else. They will never consent to any reasonable compromises — reason went out the window a long time ago for the sexually psychotic. Their homo-anarchist scheme dictates the comprehensive hijacking of the family and all of its associated terminology. The fantasy wouldn’t be complete without the total obliteration of every last vestige of what actually constitutes the foundation of a real family — a male father and a female mother.
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Lawmakers on Thursday passed through the state Assembly with a 51-13 vote a measure to “modernize” the definition of the family to reflect same-sex unions.
Currently, birth certificate documents in the state have a space for “mother” and another space for “father.” AB 1951 sponsor Jimmy Gomez, a Democrat who represents Los Angeles, says the form is discriminatory and demands revision.
The bill heads to the Senate next week, and if it passes in that chamber, it is expected to receive the governor’s signature and take effect in 2016.
“The definition of a family needs to be more flexible, and same-sex parents should not be discriminated against when filling out a birth certificate,” Gomez said in a press release. “Under AB 1951, same-sex parents will be able to accurately identify each parent as mother, father or parent.” You’ve got to be kidding me! How in the world can Assemblyman Gomez say that he is aiming for accuracy with a straight face? How is calling a man a “mother” or a woman a “father” anything but fallacious, discombobulating — and flat out wrong in every sense of the word? Might as well say a cow is a “horse” is a “dog” is a “mother” or “father.” As goes the definition of marriage, so goes the meanings of everything else. And merely decrying this outlandish trend is considered discriminatory. Hey, California, thanks for providing us with such “clarity” and “flexibility” — as if the world isn’t mixed up enough already.
So, why not do what they did in Spain and replace those antiquated terms of “mother” and “father” with the even more gender-neutral “Progenitor A” and “Progenitor B.” If the people of California are aiming for the ridiculous, then why not go all the way and institute full insanity. Oh, that’s right, they’re actually aspiring for clarity, and nothing is as meaningful and as clear as mud to a child than a term of endearment such as “progenitor.” Doesn’t it just make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? What would we ever do without these homo-anarchists to clear things up for us?
Last March, as we reported on BarbWire.com, Emilia Maria Jesty became the very first baby born in the state of Tennessee to have a woman listed as the “father” on her birth certificate. The baby’s biological mother, Valeria Tanco, and her lesbian partner, Sophy Jesty, were “married” in New York, and later moved to Tennessee. Upon the birth of the child, the state health department officials granted Jesty permission to be fraudulently named as the baby’s “father,” despite the fact that Tennessee law does not recognize such parenting arrangements.
Now, California hopes to one-up the state of Tennessee by giving the redefinition of historic family terms the pretense of legal sanction.
It’s a race to the bottom, and whoever wins, we all lose.
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