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[VIDEO] WARNING! EXTREMELY GRAPHIC: Malaysian Mother Caught Beating Her 10-Month-Old Baby

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The woman in the video who can be seen abusing the 10-month-old, is the small child’s 18-year-old biological mother. Her friend had witnessed the mother being abusive prior to this incident and decided that she would attempt to get it on camera and take it to police.

The mother was arrested after this incident was revealed and sentenced to 18 months in prison. During that time, the child was placed with a foster family and no longer has to endure these brutal attacks. I couldn’t even watch the full video without looking away and crying. The brutality is so vicious and unwarranted, it’s sickening to see a mother act this way with her innocent child.

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Mistie Atkinson Had Sex With 16-Year-Old Biological Son


Mistie Atkinson, from Napa, CA, is currently facing incest charges after ‘allegedly’ having sex with her 16-year-old biological son. Police apparently found Ms. Atkinson in a hotel room with her son when they were serving a warrant.

On March 9th, Mistie Atkinson pleaded not guilty to incest and oral copulation of a minor and various other charges. Unfortunately for her, there are videos on the boy’s cell phone that show Atkinson performing oral sex, as well as having full on intercourse with the young teen from February. She has also been accused of sending her son sexually explicit photos of herself.

“Atkinson and the victim are aware they are biological mother and son,” cops said in a release.

The boy’s father, who has sole custody (for obvious reasons), has obtained a restraining order against Atkinson. He had sole custody, and yet this woman still managed to coerce her young, biological son, into being sexually active with his own mother. I’m curious as to whether the boy is the one who turned in the evidence to the police and how he feels about the situation.

Until then, Mistie Atkinson will be held on $200,000 bail until May 10th, 2012, when she’s expected to have her hearing.


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Gay Adoption: Why Not?

While this may be a controversial topic of conversation, I feel it definitely needs to be addressed. After doing a great amount of research for my blog, I had come across many incidences of babies and/or children who come from homes where they are treated very poorly by their biological AND adopted parents. Obviously, child abuse is not something that has just started to occur, but it is something that is very much a problem.

As a lesbian who is currently spending a lot of money on treatments to get pregnant, I am offended by how easily these adopted parents are able to gain parental rights to these children. More so, I am irritated by the lack of interference that takes place for these abused children born into hostile environments. But the main reason I am choosing to stand up and say something? Because I think it is a rather unfair system especially because gay and lesbians are denied the right to adopt children who are in need of homes. And quite frankly, it seems clear that parents abuse their offspring, whether they conceived them themselves or chose to bring them into their home. Wouldn’t a normal homosexual home be more of a comfort to a child than being pimped out and raped like the children who were adopted by the Troy, Ohio man? The name of the man is being withheld to protect the identity of the children, but two of their “clients” are being named as Jason Zwick and Patrick Rieder.

The sad thing is the father of these children was in the process of adopting a FOURTH child! He was able to get the green light on bringing four children into his home while I cannot even have one. I would do everything in my power, as a mother (lesbian or not) to protect my kids from this type of abuse, educate them, support them, help them to be the greatest that they could possibly be; Yet, that is no longer what is expected of a parent I suppose.

I’d like for you to read a letter written by Zac, a young man with a very tough upbringing. After 12 foster homes and things we could never understand he was adopted by two gay men. In his opinion, this was great and he shares with his family this letter:

To my Family, 

This is the first Christmas letter that I have ever written. I feel like since I am getting older, I should start writing a letter to the family or just talk about how I thought the family’s year has gone until Christmas

Ever since I ended up in this family people have told me that I was lucky. I have always known that I am lucky, especially when I have two dads that love me so much as Dad and Dadio. My family is very special to me. Even when we fight and even when we argue, I know they will always love me. Yes I am a lucky boy to have ended up here after spending so many years in foster care and not knowing if I would ever have a family. 

I didn’t grow with a dad. My birthmom had many boyfriends and she did a lot of drugs and partying. My sisters and me were taken from her on my eighth birthday. It was not fun to have police in my room on that day. It made me sad and this sadness I carried for many years and it got me in a lot of trouble. Then I landed in a great foster home after having lived in 12 different homes in three years. It was when I lived there that both my foster mom and social worker told me there was a family that wanted me. There was a catch: it was two dads! 

Honestly, it didn’t matter to me. I told them, “well, I never had a dad, now I get to have two!” 

The start was tough and rough, and I put them through hell and back. I did awful and nasty things to them both. I stole their credit card and spent thousands of dollars online. When we went on my first vacation out of the country, I stole stuff from a souvenir stand – they found out and made me go back to the shop to return the souvenirs and made me pay the lady who owned the shop for the stolen property which then I had to give to a local kid. I didn’t get it and thought they were being mean. 

When I stole their American Express and maxed it buying stuff online I was only 12 years old. They were very upset, but Dad made sure I got the message of how serious this was. He took me to our local police station and reported me to the police captain for having stolen again. I was taken to an interrogation room and talked to by three police officers. All the time there I only wanted my Dad to come in and bring me home. I wanted to turn time back to before my stealing so I would not be there and I would not have hurt my parents so much. I learned my lesson and NEVER stole again! 

But Dad and Dadio brought not just me into this family. They also added my brother Derrick. What I can say about Derrick is that he is really cool, he is funny, he is an awesome gay guy, he is a one of a kind guy, he is my bro. Next they added Nick. Nick can get on my nerves sometimes, but in the end he is pretty cool. He is a fast learner when it comes to math and multiplying numbers. And with that said, I will go to the roots of the family. 

Dad and Dadio. They are my parents and they are always here when I need them. 

When it is dark they are the light, 
When I feel frightened and chill’s, 
They are the warmth I feel. 
When I am hungry they cook my meals. 

I did not put a lot of time into the poem, but in the poem you see my parents. The people that show me the light. The people that warm my heart when it gets dark. The people that cook my meals. If I could only ask for anything for Christmas I would only ask for my family. 

By Zac

Sexuality has nothing to do with your moral capacity and whether or not you can be a good parent. There are many heterosexual people who raise children and severely traumatized the kids. Yes, it is true that children could get adopted by a homosexual couple that’s capable of doing the exact same thing, but that’s the social workers job: to weed people like that out. As of now, they’ve made some mistakes, but the biggest by far, is denying the homosexual community the right to love and care for a child who needs a home.

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[AUDIO: 911 Call] Woman Leaves 5-Year-Old Birthday Girl At Chuck E. Cheese Overnight


Last Thursday at Chuck E. Cheese in Pearland, a five-year-old birthday girl was having a great time with most of her 9 siblings. Unfortunately, her mother left her at the children’s pizza place… overnight. She was unaware that the girl was left until she started getting the kids ready for school the next day.

Meanwhile, CPS took the girl into custody after realizing that the mother couldn’t be located. Although it is being said that the mother is remorseful, she certainly doesn’t sound like it in the 911 call below.



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[VIDEO] Father Shoots Daughter’s Laptop After Disrespectful Facebook Post


Tommy Jordan, of Albemarle, North Carolina made this video for his 15-year-old daughter, Hannah, after she wrote a letter on FaceBook written to her parents, but not intended for them to see.

Seeing as Mr. Jordan is an IT worker, he was able to see what Hannah had written and responded accordingly. And for anyone who thinks that this 15-year-old girl needed privacy, you are ignorant. I was once 15-years-old and thank God that my parents had an interest in the things I wrote and said to other people. If not, I could have very well gone around acting like I was being mistreated and never learned an ounce of responsibility. I give this father kudos and suggest young Hannah stop bitching until she gets out of the house they provide for her, stops eating the food that is bought and cooked for her, stops wearing the clothes that are once again, provided by her parents. And I highly doubt she paid for that computer that was just shot up. When she stops paying for those things and is still treated like a “slave”, one that only has an hour of work to commit to each day, then she can bitch.

YouTube ORIGINAL Link:

Warning: Since this video seems to have gone crazy, I figure I’ll post this notice. I’m going to read a letter my 15 year old daughter wrote. There ARE some curse words in it. None of them are incredibly bad, but they are definitely things a little kid shouldn’t hear… not to mention things MY KID shouldn’t say!
If you want to see the original Facebook thread, it’s located at:

My daughter thought it would be funny/rebellious/cool to post on her Facebook wall just how upset she was and how unfair her life here is; how we work her too hard with chores, never pay her for chores, and just in general make her life difficult.

She chose to share this with the entire world on Facebook and block her parent’s from seeing it. Well, umm… she failed. As of the end of this video, she won’t have to worry anymore about posting inappropriate things on Facebook…

Maybe a few kids can take something away from this… If you’re so disrespectful to your parents and yourself as to post this kind of thing on Facebook, you’re deserving of some tough love. Today, my daughter is getting a dose of tough love.

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New Study Proves Lesbians To Be Better Parents


I initially wanted to post this to gloat about the fact that lesbians are better parents than, well, everyone! And to be honest, that’s still the reason I decided to post this. For all of you Conservative folks who believe that homosexuals are the people corrupting society, I’d like for you to crawl off your fucking high horse and explain this:

The U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study (NLLFS) just released its resultson its 24-year long study on families with lesbian parents, finding that not one of the 78 adolescents in the study had reported being sexually or physically abused by their parents. This compares to 26% of American adolescents overall who report parent or caregiver physical abuse. 8.3% report sexual abuse.

What?! The lesbians aren’t beating, molesting or raping their children?! Then they must be turning them all gay, right? I mean, there has to be some sort of explanation about why lesbians can’t be loving parents who raise normal children in a normal environment (minus a penis as head of household).

Additionally, only 2.8% of the adolescents in the study identified themselves as gay. Apparently the majority of them didn’t catch their parents’ gayness.

Oh shit…. a lot of them turn out straight too?! Okay, so far, it seems as though the most well-rounded children who have not been abused come from lesbian households. This must mean that whatever the lesbians in this country are doing for their children is working and providing them with a wonderful home to grow and develop within. Sadly, this is so far from what many children in this country have, yet their parents are more respect in the eyes of government. How pathetic.

If half the kids in this country had parents with such results, we may have a more prosperous and less emotionally disturbed society. Unfortunately, there are far too many people who would still fight for gays and lesbians to not be allowed to raise children because it is ‘immoral’ and ‘sacrilegious’, despite the findings of this study. People who choose to ignore the facts and fight for morality (which I feel is a matter of opinion) are the people who have been trusted to lead this country, yet don’t represent a huge group of people who bring greatness to this country. For that, I am embarrassed and unenthusiastic.



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Parents Rally For Lesbian Teacher To Be Fired, And Succeed

Guess where this lovely incident occurred in which parents taught their children that hate was okay and being gay was so wrong that they shouldn’t even be allowed to retain their employment? If you said Texas, which I’m assuming most of you did, you would be right!

Nikki Williams, 26, was not only a history teacher, but also devoted a lot of her time to be one of the high school’s basketball coaches. A threat to the children or a willing adult, devoting her time to trying to be involved and make a difference in these children’s lives? I may be biased due to the fact that I am most definitely a lesbian, but I’d say she was a typical 26-year-old female who had a passion for teaching. What a filthy dyke! Getting out there and educating those children! How could she?!

After a group of parents decided to protest a “gay” teaching their children and being employed by the school, she happened to be fired for “performance issues”. There are some parents at the Life School in Waxahachie, Texas, who are convinced the real reason for her being let go was because of her sexuality.

What’s more ridiculous about this story, is who was chosen to replace this evil dyke.

Nikki Williams, 26, was replaced by a football coach who resigned in September after a grievance was filed against him.

Grievances with other people who incite you to resign from your position, acceptable. Being a lesbian that shouldn’t affect or even be a subject matter of interest, unacceptable. I’m beginning to understand why people assume Texas is such a conservative place that is stuck a century behind the majority of us.

Dozens of parents are now circulating a petition asking to bring Williams back to school. She was fired October 18.

“I think that her being gay has nothing to do with her coaching skills,” parent Tiniqua Smith told KDAF. “She has not tried to push this off on the kids, and I don’t feel like that should be a problem.”

Wake the fuck up Texas parents who were fighting against this teacher/coach! She was damn good at her job according to many people and her sexuality shouldn’t be an issue. Are you telling me you’d rather have your kids be taught and coached by Jerry Sandusky (before being aware of the allegations) than Ms. Williams? If sexuality is your concern, then yes, your answer would be yes. Sadly, you’ve just taken your kid away from someone who has never been accused of committing such heinous crimes and placed them into the arms of a man who has gotten away with many molestations (if the allegations are determined truthful). You’d rather them not be influenced into becoming gay than having their childhood’s taken away and a life of insecurity thrown on their backs? If so, you are the ones we should be protesting as parents. You should most certainly NOT be educating our youth.

Protect your children. Love your children. Let your children be who THEY want to be; If you don’t allow this for your children, then you’re holding them back and risking that they may have problems in the future because of what you didn’t approve of at the time. Stop being selfish.


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