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As we slouch towards Gommorah, there will be many more such instances like this;

A CHURCH of England vicar refused to christen a baby boy because his lesbian parents both wanted to be registered as his mother.

Get that? Two mums, no Dad – the gay agenda incarnate.

Aimi Leggett, 25, and her civil partner Victoria, 22, had hoped to welcome  one-year-old Alfie into the church with a traditional christening. But Reverend George Gebauer told them it was ‘impossible’ for him to have two mothers – forcing his archdeacon to intervene and give permission for  the  service to go ahead.

Note the cowardly approach of the Archdeacon.

The 87-year-old from St Mary’s Church in Warsash, Hampshire – who says he ‘feels sorry’ for gay people because they are medically ‘imbalanced’ – refused to conduct the ceremony claiming it could be ‘illegal’ to proceed in the way they wanted. The couple stormed out of the meeting after the vicar suggested that one of  them should be listed as godmother instead because the baptism certificate only has space for one mother and one father. Alfie’s birth mother Aimi said: ‘There was no way one of us was going to be listed as the godparent. We are both Alfie’s mum.

It’s Alfie I feel sorry for, two mums, no father, and god knows what else in store for him as these two lesbians put their own needs ahead of his. The Reverend Gebaeur was right to stick to Christian teachings and say NO. Yes, his Church has weasled out of it and said YES to the crazed demands of the lesbians concerned lest they be sued, I imagine. This is the thin end of the stick however as the consequences of the radical redefinition of marriage become apparent.

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21 thoughts on “WHAT’S THE MATTER, ALFIE?

  1. ‘Medically Imbalanced’

    The Reverend Gebauer is quoting some recent biomedical research which suggests that homosexuality is not a lifestyle choice, but a hormonal deficit during early foetal development.

    I’m inclined to agree, but I can see the gay lobby getting angry that their ‘chosen’ way of life may in fact be a medical condition — and treatable at that.
    Perish the thought.

  2. The only thing that needs treating is the condition of being bothered about the existence of gay people.

  3. //gay lobby getting angry that their ‘chosen’ way of life may //

    Bernard, where have gays, or the “gay lobby”, claimed that their sexuality is a “‘chosen’ way of life”?

    BTW, Should the title not be “What’s it all about, Alfie”?

  4. “I can see the gay lobby getting angry that their ‘chosen’ way of life may in fact be a medical condition — and treatable at that”

    Yes, sure, as treatable as the colour of your eyes.

  5. This explains the root of the problem:

    Hard Times for Gender Studies Major

    Hilarity ensued Monday after @Andria_XX complained that social-media criticism of Miley Cyrus included “bodyshaming/slutshaming” and “heteropatriarchal crap.” Readers will recall that Andria has an “Honors BA in Social Justice and Peace Studies” and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Gender Studies. So . . . how’s that going?

    And the comments which follow warm the heart.

  6. Don’t most normal people choose their way of life then, Noel?
    If not, then that’s news to me; unless of course you think everything is the Will of Allah.

  7. //Don’t most normal people choose their way of life then, Noel?//

    Bernard, I suppose that’s as close as you’ll get to admitting that you just made that bit up about gays saying that being gay is a “chosen way of life”.

    AFAIK, being gay is neither chosen nor a way or life.

  8. To recap, Noel:
    I once thought homosexuals chose to be who they are, but now I’m inclined to believe that they have a physiological condition that predisposes them to gay sex.

  9. If the Church of England doesn’t permit it than they shouldn’t be compelled to perform a baptism under those circumstances. If they do permit it (and it seems they do) then what is the objection?

    The article is of course designed as most Mail articles are to comfort those who see a collapse of the UK cause of unions, lesbians and people of color and need a daily outrage like daily bread.

  10. Wow Bernard. You really made yourself look like a fool in this post

    No Dave. What Bernard has done is put forward opinions that you don’t like, that’s all.

  11. Who decides that, Colm? Bernard’s opinions are simply in disagreement with Dave’s – nothing more than that. Besides, the matter of the cause of homosexuality is far from settled, and I haven’t a clue nor an opinion one way or the other.

  12. I am afraid that it comes across that Bernard wasn’t offering an opinion but rather citing to some rather dubious theory as fact.

  13. The Reverend Gebauer is quoting some recent biomedical research which suggests that homosexuality is not a lifestyle choice, but a hormonal deficit during early foetal development.

    “suggests” – that’s hardly a conclusive term and cannot really be offered as fact which isn’t what Bernard was doing, and the research may or may not be right. It does appear that Bernard’s other point in that it would enrage the ‘gay lobby’ is correct.

  14. Why would it enrage the ‘gay lobby’ ? Suggestions as to what causes sexual orientation are not a problem , its only when such theories lend themselves to the idea that homosexuality is an illness that needs curing that would annoy gay rights campaigners.

  15. Allan – Our Bernie and the dear Rev are quoting the findings of alleged “research”. But I agree with you the “research” can clearly be dismissed as not factual.

  16. Colm – the ‘gay lobby’ argues that homosexuality is a life-style choice whereas the biological absolutists argue that homosexuality is a technical flaw which can be ‘corrected’. If the latter is shown to be true, then how many parents would wish their heirs to remain on the trajectory to becoming gay? As for me, I don’t know the answer but the political power of the ‘gay lobby’ is a bigger threat to society than most homosexuals ever would be. Put it like this: how many people are gay yet how few have there been ‘gay marriages’? I conclude that most gays don’t get too excited about it and are embarrassed by the entire ‘pride’ thing.

  17. //the ‘gay lobby’ argues that homosexuality is a life-style choice whereas the biological absolutists argue that homosexuality is a technical flaw which can be ‘corrected’.//

    Wrong on both counts, Allan.

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