Question by Fallen: Why does everyone have a problem with me being raised by two men?
Okay, so I’ve been raised by two men since I was about 3 months old. My mother asked my father to donate sperm so that she could have a baby. They were friends in college and since he was gay and figured that he would never have kids, he agreed to it. But when I was born, she decided that she didn’t want to raise me because she still wanted to go out clubbing and stuff and she wasn’t ready for the responsibility. She asked my dad to take me in. My dad, at the time, had been dating another guy for about 2 years. This same man adopted me when I was 5. I don’t understand why people think I’m suffering from emotional trauma. I have two parents. My best friend doesn’t even have one and she always tells me how lucky I am to have two parents. So what if they’re two guys? I am so sick of people telling me that I need to have a mother. Like yeah, I have a mother but she won’t even reply to my text messages anymore and she has had other children. Some mother. My adoptive dad was 19 when I was born. The fact that he stayed with my biological dad (who was 23) to help raise me and later adopt me, when my then 26 year old mother is pretty damn amazing.
In primary school, nearly every teacher I had actually had the nerve to ask me if I was being abused at home in any way by my dads. I got asked this NEARLY EVERY FUCKING YEAR. I went to a boarding school for high school so people didn’t know about my dads unless I brought it up. So this was never an issue in high school.
My biological dad is a Republican and a Protestant Christian, but my adoptive dad is a Democrat and an Atheist (like me). They both couldn’t care less about fashion and clothes and dress like they’re homeless. They don’t have rainbow fags covering their windows and they don’t march in gay pride parades or wear dresses. They do not have HIV/AIDS and they don’t hold hands or kiss in public. Nothing wrong with any of that anyway. I can’t even imagine them holding hands. They aren’t really affectionate to each other at all. Mostly, they just yell at each other and tell the other to go fuck off whenever they get into a fight. According to my friends, this is what their parents are like also so I guess they are just like heterosexual parents too.
Anyway, they don’t fit the stereotype in any way, yet people still call them “queer” and “fag” and tell them to go die or leave the country. And lord help them when if people find out they have a daughter. Everyone makes such a big deal out of it and it is just so unnecessary. Learn how to mind your own business.
So my question is why do so many people hate the fact that gay men (or women) have children? If they hadn’t agreed to take me in, then who knows where I would’ve ended up. I’ve had an amazing life so far. I feel blessed to have parents who love me and have worked hard to give me a good future. What is everyone’s problem with this? Honestly. Why do you think that two men (or two women) raising a child is so wrong?
F!@K- My dads always seem to want to live in the most religious places- of course, the places where they get bashed the most. Like when we lived in Australia, we lived in the Hills district which is considered to be the bible belt of Australia. Now we live in fucking Alabama and it’s even worse. But we’re moving to Washington soon. Hopef they’re more liberal over there and more accepting.
Answer by Haneen
um because people feel that’s not normal and sh*t like that ,,,, lucky lucky you at least you have two Fathers and both loves you <3 you're sure blessed
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Question by : I dont like being an atheist pls help?
14 and was a jehovah witness but became athesit becuz i thought it out but i dont like the fact of no afterlife and all the atheist shit anyone have proof of god?
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HAHAHA! You make me laugh son.
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The information contained below is in response to the question pertaining to protecting infants from abduction:
Previously, it is always heard from the media stories about the women being killed just for their babies. What are the precaustious measures that should be taken by a pregnant woman to protect herself and the infant from being killed or snatched?
The first point to keep in mind is that while these types of crimes define new depths that some are capable of descending to, they are extremely rare when one considers the annual birth rate in the United States. That being said, these crimes do occur and therefore it is important to understand this threat and take important steps to avoid becoming a statistic.
To begin this discussion, let me point out that by the very intent of the crime the period that an expectant mother is most vulnerable is the third-trimester.
Since the perpetrator intends to masquerade the child as her own, she is not likely to put her assault plan into motion since it is preferred that the birth mother carry the child close to full term. This is an important point to remember, as it becomes the focal period for heightened security awareness-a point that will be addressed below.
The second most crucial time frame is post-partum up until the newborn adds 10-15 pounds to its birth weight. The reason for this is because as the child develops it becomes extremely difficult for the abductor to present the child as her own-particularly among family, friends and neighbors.
Taking the first point into consideration, practically all pre-planned criminal activities rely upon two critical components if there is to be any chance of success-namely; surprise and predictability.
Speed is also important but generally less vital than the previous components. Our goal then is to deny criminals the element of surprise and to adopt patterns that make us less ‘time and place’ predictable.
We are able to defeat surprise by fine-tuning our suspicious nature and embracing the sensual stimuli that accompanies it. Everyone one of us has an example of feeling the hair at the nape of our neck stand-up. Chances are if you can recall the exact instance when it last occurred, you where confronted with a situation that was abnormal to your personal level of comfort-that which looks, feels, tastes or smell foul usually is. This is an example of sensual stimuli and is naturally occurring biological feedback that serves as a defense mechanism-call it a ‘sixth sense’ if you like, but recognize and embrace it for what it is and the role it plays in our personal safety and survival. There are numerous mental exercises that can put you more in touch with your sensual stimuli, and some are quite entertaining. For example, Kent R. Jones, Director of Operations for Defensive Countermeasures Institute, has perfected a mental calculation by which he is able to estimate the size of large groups of people by focusing on a small, select group. His accuracy is within +- 3% of the actual number. He can perform this as a demonstration of the power of situation awareness.
Let’s now look more closely at the value of reducing predictability. Ninety-nine point nine percent of criminals do not want to be caught-period! Many take painstaking steps to survey their intended target in an effort to expose vulnerabilities that given their limited capability are susceptible to exploitation. What this really means is that the criminal needs to determine when and where they will strike-avoid becoming predicable and you stay steps ahead of anyone that targets you. By making matters difficult, the criminal will move on to survey another potential victim.
About the Author: Laurie Ayers is Associate Director – Marketing & Training Development for Defensive Countermeasures Institute. Her experience with the federal government spans a 25 year time-span, 13 of which were in security related fields. You can find Laurie at http://www.DefensiveCountermeasures.com