Heterosexual Menace: Christian Missionary Impregnates Daughter

Jim Burroway

December 22nd, 2008

Saddleback Pastor Rick Warren recently compared same-sex marriage to incest. That was taken as an insult by gay activists. Maybe we misunderstood him. Maybe it was meant to be a compliment:

A Christian missionary who impregnated his 17-year-old daughter was sentenced to 12.5 years in prison Monday. The 44-year-old man was convicted by a Pima County [Arizona] jury last month of four counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one count of child abuse. According to court documents, the daughter called the Tucson Police Department last summer and told detectives that her father had been sexually abusing her since the age of 12.

The girl said that her father and mother were Christian missionaries who traveled from state-to-state and much of the abuse had occurred in Colorado and Arizona.

Oh, and get this:

Her mother learned of the abuse by reading her diary, but instead of confronting the father, the girl said her mother threw her diary out of a car window.

…She said her father told her God told him to have sex with her and she should think of him as her husband. Her father also often quoted Scriptures during the acts.

But we’re the ones posing a danger to the “5,000 year old institution.”

You can read more about the Heterosexual Agenda here.

[Hat tip: Homer]

Ken R

December 23rd, 2008

That’s truly sick. :/

Of course other Christians of the same persuasion will say that the man was never a Christian to begin with otherwise he would have never done that to his daughter.


Maryam in Marrakech

December 23rd, 2008

Truly disturbing and I just don’t understand the mother’s reaction.


December 23rd, 2008

Leave it up to the christianists. How does a person even think of having sex with their child, much less any other child? ‘God told him to do it’ what utter BS. 12.5 years in jail? not long enough if you ask me. If this sick SOB can have sex with his own daughter and say god told him to do so, there is nothing going to stop him from doing the same to another child.

As for the mother, she needs to be put under some sort of psychological help.

But I guess that with all the talk these types do about homosexuals and all the demonizing they do, they must get to the point in fantacy land and have to try it out.

And they lable the LGBT as the sickos. talk about projection.


December 23rd, 2008

It would be great if BTB would aggregate all the Menace posts together, like how some blogs gather them with tags.


December 23rd, 2008

Ephilei, click on the “Heterosexual Agenda” tag and you’ll get plenty of examples of hets behaving badly.


December 23rd, 2008

I don’t see why we’re the threats to society and they’re not. I really don’t.

Ben in Oakland

December 23rd, 2008

Becuase, in the view of heterosexists, they ARE society and we’re not.

Alex H

December 23rd, 2008

Interesting how religious people always use the idea that “God told them or wants them” to do these things.

The same thing happened between a priest and one of the founders of SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests). In her case, this priest told her that God wanted them to have sex. And she wasn’t the only one this happened to.


December 23rd, 2008

I think the mother ought to be brought up on charges, as well. At the very least, by tossing out the diary, she was destroying evidence.


December 23rd, 2008

No, sick people like that are not real Christians. Do you really think Christians do that? Do you really think the father (or the mother) will go to heaven and God will say, “well done, my good and faithful servant.” Yeah right. Also, the term “Christian” is REALLY broad. Don’t you know there are homosexual “Christian” pastors? How can that be? At least most “Christian” people will think those disgusting freaks deserve punishment a lot worse than 12.5 years for the man and 1.75 for his wife.

Regan DuCasse

December 23rd, 2008

Will a real Christian please stand up?

When someone rationalizes abuse of another human being, or the restriction of basic rights…THAT is the indicator of who is the counterfiet.
Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of motivation to vet them either.

Wouldn’t make enough of a power base and then they’d be a minority.

This is all a very gender based bias problem.
Women and girls are forgotten in the discussion on victims of sexual abuse.
It’s a strong indicator that females are a low priority on the food chain.
And as in so many religious myths, women are blamed for the troubles in the world.

Females are 2/3 of a global population that is illiterate.
In the most conservative online blogs like TownHall, Newsmax, WND and WashTimes…very little is said of the war on girls and women.

Even in their own homes here in the US.
Don’t they EVER read the statistics on domestic violence and the percentage of victims and perps?

To hear the more conservative tell it, gay people are responsible.
To see the crime stat information for 2008 which is being compiled by law enforcement agencies all over the country.

The opposition’s assertions on gay folks in the crime mix are laughable.

When the hetero on the march against gay people own their own failures, maybe we’ll get somewhere.


December 24th, 2008



December 24th, 2008

I was reading another blog and found this piece of news from the Salt Lake Tribune that fits the theme of this posting: Former LDS bishop sentenced for child sex abuse

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