Judge Separates Children from Mother, Because “Gay Rights”

This iconic photograph by Dorothea Lange evokes a mother’s sense of despair and isolation.

Janna Darnelle’s husband told her he was leaving her for a man.  But that wasn’t the end of it.  The judge awarded primary custody of the children to her ex-husband.  He made more money and Janna was a lowly housewife.

Read about it in Janna’s Public Discourse essay — for which she was pilloried by never-to-be-satisfied LGBT forces (more on that later) — by clicking here:  “Breaking the Silence:  Redefining Marriage Hurts Women Like Me — and Our Children.”

The piece ran last month, but I want to be sure to include it as a post because it illustrates so clearly the forces in society that seek to separate and isolate us.  Activist judges are increasingly becoming the arbiters of all personal relationships.  Claiming gayness in America today serves as a trump card among many or most sitting judges.  Janna explains:

My husband wanted primary custody of our children. His entire case can be summed up in one sentence: “I am gay, and I deserve my rights.” It worked: the judge gave him practically everything he wanted. At one point, he even told my husband, “If you had asked for more, I would have given it to you.”

This shouldn’t surprise any of us though.  Separating children from their mothers has become an art form today, condoned by social engineers in academia, in the media, in Hollywood, as well as from the bench.  Here’s more from Janna:

My husband had left us for his gay lover. They make more money than I do. There are two of them and only one of me. Even so, the judge believed that they were the victims. No matter what I said or did, I didn’t have a chance of saving our children from being bounced around like so many pieces of luggage.

As for the ceremony at which Janna’s ex “re-married:”

“. . . my children were forced—against my will and theirs—to participate. . . local news stations and papers were there to document the first gay weddings officiated in our state. USA Today did a photo journal shoot on my ex and his partner, my children, and even the grandparents. I was not notified that this was taking place, nor was I given a voice to object to our children being used as props to promote same-sex marriage in the media.

This is the ugly underbelly of “redefining” marriage:  just like divorce, it’s all about separation.  Let’s not forget that.  Separation and isolation.  The whole point of it is to separate men from women, children from mothers, and children from fathers.  And, in a very real way, redefining marriage is part and parcel of the no-fault divorce culture that shoves children away from stable childhoods.  A child’s sole purpose in this new scheme is to accommodate the “happiness,” or the “authentic living” or the whims of certain adults who rule over them. Because in this paradigm nobody else matters.  In this picture we see how the child’s discarded mother becomes a non-person in the eyes of the state.

 

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