Skip to comments.Can There Really Be Two Moms? (NYT alert)
Posted on 10/27/2018 6:11:26 PM PDT by reaganaut1
No, Mama Steph, go away. I want Mama Sabby to read to me! These words from my 3-year-old daughter, Marty, level me like the most withering insult. Lately, her extreme favoritism for my spouse, Sabrina, has reached new heights. She even gets mad if I peck Sabrina on the cheek or place my arm around her seat as she drives.
I distinctly remember rebuffing my dads affections and interfering with his attempts to kiss or hug my mom when I was a kid. It makes me wonder: Am I the dad in this family? At one time, I might have delighted in the queerness of being daddyfied, but I never wanted to be a woman more than when I became a mom. I wanted to be Martys first go-to for all things, but Im starting to think there isnt room for two on the mighty mommy throne.
Sabrina is Martys biological mother. She gestated her for nine months and breast-fed her for nine more, so their bond had a built-in physicality. Did that make it superior?
Peggy Drexler, a research psychologist and the author of Our Fathers, Ourselves: Daughters, Fathers, and the Changing American Family, said that while favoritism may hurt in ways unique to nonbiological moms in same-sex relationships, it has nothing to do with biology and it actually signals developmental progress.
When a child plays favorites which is totally normal, by the way its usually an early and familiar way of asserting independence and practicing decision-making. Its a positive sign of cognitive, and emotional, growth. She even suggested that it indicates Martys confidence in my love for her: She feels secure in your love that she can be mean to you, reject you, and youll still love her back.
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Muy el maximo sicko....
The kid only has one mother and no father. They are lying to her.
Obviously, they are lying.
That’s why these kids become Fd up growing up because their parents are Fd up too.
I dont know if the Youtube vids are up but a couple of kids made testimonies to Congress right before the fag marriage nonsense many years ago and explained to everyone how their faggot parents even tried to rape them. It was gross and criminal.
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And although I can't claim any expertise regarding the normal development of girls I can easily imagine the same being true of girls being raised in such households.
No, Steph, you’re not “daddyfied”, you’re sickified.
And what you and your “mate” are doing to that little girl is shameful.
Sabrina has one biological mother and one biological father. Pretending otherwise will not work.
Weird how anything unnatural or artificial is frowned upon nowadays unless it involves sex. Fake marriage, fake families, fake gender, fake parents...all fits with fake news.
Indeed. There is only one mother and no father. If these whack jobs, and mentally ill want to pretend there are two mothers then all they are doing is spreading their illness onto the kids.
It is the hypocritical mental illness the far lunatics push onto the country in order to make others think like them, in order to think they are normal
My intense hatred of them is real.
And my belief in God and the Bible.
Two women - say, sisters, mother and daughter, or even old friends - can provide a family for a child who for one reason or another doesnt have a father present, but not if one of them is pretending to be a father or if they are pretending to be a normal heterosexual couple. Children have often been brought up happily in female groups ...and even male groups...but not in homosexually based parody couple relationships.
Gays and their stupid “issues” are so boring. Where are the trannys and their family problems? How about a trans-whatever married to a tranny with a few children? That sounds nice and volatile. NY Times readers will lap it up.
same here. I have no patience for them or their agenda. To this family, including my teen kids then they will not be accepted as they want.
That is a very perceptive point.
I know. A kid cant choose their name. Im stuck in another time when it comes to names.
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