Heterosexual Menace: Can’t Get Pregnant? Pimp Your Daughter

Jim Burroway

April 2nd, 2009

There’s more than one way to be pro-family. Like this couple from Pennsylvania:

A Uniontown woman accused of drugging a 13-year-old girl so a man could try to impregnate the teen said nothing Thursday as she was led to jail, but her minister said he feels that she is innocent of the charges. Uniontown police said Shana K. Brown, 32, and Duane Calloway, 40, concocted the plan to surreptitiously impregnate the girl because Brown can’t have more children.

…Brown, accompanied by her minister, turned herself in to police yesterday. She declined comment as she was led to jail in handcuffs. Her minister, the Rev. John Harris of Uniontown’s Church of God in Christ, said he believes Brown is innocent.

Calloway is also in custody. It’s good to know the couple have God on their side. What else are heterosexuals doing to protect the family? Find out here and in our report, “The Heterosexual Agenda: Exposing the Myths.”

David G

April 2nd, 2009

These breeders love to blame the failure of the family on Gay people, ..and it’s quite evident that they are doing more to unravel The Family, than any other group with their so-called normal tendencies.

Emily K

April 2nd, 2009

There are so many things wrong with this it’s hard to know where to begin. But I want to say this –

A 13-year-old? Seriously? At what point did this make sense to those people? At what point does it make sense for a 13 year old to get pregnant on her own??


April 3rd, 2009

These breeders love to blame the failure of the family on Gay people, ..and it’s quite evident that they are doing more to unravel The Family, than any other group with their so-called normal tendencies.

I agree wholeheartedly.

Haterosexuals are the only ones who can get married, therefore whatever happens to the institution is on their shoulders. And right now, they’re screwing it up. They’ve been screwing it up by not making it harder to get a divorce, or removing incentives for men to leave their wives and children at the mercy of the welfare state.

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