Category Archives: Children
Greg Horn, 35, is seen in the video below mercilessly beating his two daughters, 12 and 14-years-old. Not only is he beating them, but he’s using an electric cord (RCA cable that connects the TV to the DVD player), which leaves them with open wounds and visible welts.
If you don’t know what twerking is, here’s a video. But remember, these two young girls “supposedly” got beat for this, so discretion is advised…
Now that you know what twerking is and have seen both videos, the Dayton father has been indicted on charges of child endangering and corporal punishment.
The alleged abuse happened at Horn’s home on Fotip Lane. According to the police report, one of the girls had visible welts on both legs in the thigh area with open wounds. The girls told police the beatings were their punishment for sneaking out of the house. The indictment comes this first week of Child Abuse Awareness Month. ” – ABC22
Clearly there are two different stories as to why the girls were beat, but either way, the father is still in some serious shit. What do you think? Was he right to do this or wrong? Would the consequences be okay for one situation and not the other? Please share your opinion below.
Proposition 8 is an issue that I am very much interested in seeing resolved. Being a lesbian myself, with a wedding planned for 6 months from today, I want nothing more than to be able to LEGALLY wed my fiancee on that day. Unfortunately, even though same-sex marriage was legalized in California, it had been overturned on appeal and a final decision is being considered as of now. In fact, the hearings have already begun and a decision is to be expected by the end of June. I am very hopeful that this day will happen and I will truly be marrying the love of my life as opposed to showing a symbol of our affection (at the same cost ha).
[for more information on the case, scroll to below the video]
The video below is of a young man, Daniel, who was adopted by two gay fathers. This extraordinary kid decided to write a letter to Chief Justice Roberts, after discovering that he, too, adopted two young kids.
The justices will hear arguments Tuesday on Prop. 8′s constitutionality, followed a day later by a hearing on the Defense of Marriage Act, the 1996 law that denied federal benefits to married same-sex couples. Rulings are due by the end of June.
The court said Tuesday that it would release same-day audio recordings of the hearings in both cases, the first time it has done so since last year’s arguments on the federal health care law. It does not allow hearings to be televised.
The Obama administration will take part in both hearings, arguing that laws discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation should be considered suspect because gays and lesbians have been subject to persecution.
Despite recent gains, they are still unable to marry in most states, are unprotected by discrimination laws in many states and lack substantial political power, the Justice Department said.
That argument was disputed Tuesday by Prop. 8′s sponsors, a conservative religious coalition called Protect Marriage.
While “gays and lesbians have been subject to a regrettable history of discrimination,” the prejudice has “waned dramatically in recent years,” the pro-Prop. 8 lawyers wrote.
“Aside from redefining marriage, it is difficult to identify any objective that gays and lesbians in California have not achieved,” the lawyers said, citing the state’s domestic-partner and antidiscrimination laws.
Lower federal courts have ruled Prop. 8 unconstitutional, saying the denial of marriage to gays and lesbians would not benefit opposite-sex couples or the institution of marriage and was ultimately based on moral disapproval of homosexuality. Backers of the measure disagreed.
Marriage was never intended to be “genderless” and was meant, instead, to “channel potentially procreative sexual relationships into enduring, stable unions” to raise children, the Prop. 8 lawyers said.
One of my favorite things in life is discovering new things about myself; It’s as if you’ve found a little piece to a puzzle… and it’s incredibly fucking gratifying. Sometimes you look for the puzzle pieces, but other times, they just happen to come into your mind because circumstances have forced you to think about things differently. Well, this is exactly what happened to me the other day while watching trash tv.
And before I tell you what show I was watching and you begin to judge me and my addiction to mindless drama, please know that I also enjoy intelligent shows. I love tv and will watch everything from Real Housewives to The Newsroom. I admit when shows are awful and staged, but I’m only human and find it incredibly addicting. Anyway, I was watching ‘Dance Moms’ on Lifetime and found out something that led me to, well, writing this article I suppose. One of the girls on this show revealed she had a neurological disorder, RND (reflex neurovascular dystrophy), and as her mother described her pain and symptoms, it started to sound nearly identical to my neurological disorder, RSD (reflex sympathetic dystrophy). The only differences were that all the people with RND were children, while those with RSD were old (I was told I was very young to be diagnosed with such a disease). Along with that, a high percentage of children with RND were high achievers, or “perfectionists”. That last bit of news was shocking to me, mainly due to the fact that no one really made that connection with RSD, until the two disorders started being compared.
As I began looking into the connection between the two, people have now started thinking that these are the exact same disorder, only pediatricians have coined another term for children who seemingly have RSD, which is RND. So, RSD or RND, they both are the same. After realizing this, it seemed to me that I should start looking into RND to gain more information on what I believe I have (because like I said, they seem like one in the same). But now, I can’t help but feel that somehow I created this disorder and inflicted it upon myself. Many people believe that it’s as much psychological as it is real. Clearly, the pain I feel, the swelling and discoloring that can occur, those ARE real; but what if the onset of RSD was actually a consequence of something internally that I couldn’t handle? What if I never felt capable of succeeding 100% and in turn created something that I could use as a crutch, my psychological mind forced to not feel like it couldn’t achieve something because I wasn’t good enough, but because I couldn’t? Or what if I have some mismatched wires that led me to believe I was trying to fulfill perfection, but then turned into this, RSD?
Obviously, my discovery isn’t really a puzzle piece that fits perfectly…yet, but, I’ve found the piece. I haven’t yet fit it into my puzzle, but it’s opened my mind up to trying to make sense of something that seemingly came from nowhere.
Florida is starting off the New Year right by sharing this story of Father of the Year. First, I must say how amazing it is that there are strip club’s/liquor stores. While the two certainly go hand in hand, I never have heard of such a venue. Clearly, 26-year-old Kenneth Rowe hadn’t either and was too excited to wait and find a babysitter. According to the store clerk, Rowe stumbled into the Shark Lounge Liquor store drunk and asked the clerk to watch his 11-month-old son. In the attached building was the Shark Lounge Gentleman’s Club, where the young father decided it would best to leave the kid with an unknown stranger who was working.
Soon after it became clear that Rowe was enjoying himself and not coming back for his child anytime soon, the clerk called the police and explained that the child was hungry and had a rash on its face. I found this part odd, because I would have assumed he could simply call and say some drunk man left him with a baby, but his hunger and rash seemed far more important I suppose. Rowe was arrested for child neglect and the baby boy is now in the custody of the state Department of Children and Families.
This kid is actually pretty damn funny. Unfortunately, he’s 12-years-old and has women, no joke, WOMEN, in panties, hanging around him. I can’t believe there are girls, over the age of 18, willing to act slutty around a 12-year-old boy. This video shocked me, made me laugh, and disappointed the hell out of me all at the same time. That being said, this kid has something going for him.
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