Tuesday, October 29, 2013

And you thought I was crazy to speak of gay men buying babies on the black market

When I testified in St. Paul, Minnesota, against same-sex marriage, the YouTube clip of me talking about "impoverished women in the Third World" being pressured by gay men into surrogacy contracts became the laughingstock of the queer internet for several weeks.

The Snarky Gay Blogosphere snickered: He's wacko! Let's make everyone in the world know he's a nutcase not to be trusted!

Time vindicates the one who dares to speak! Check this out:


Fearless investigative journalist Patrick Abboud pulled the lid off a black market for surrogacy and baby-selling in Thailand. See what this gay male couple had to say:

International commercial surrogacy is banned in New South Wales, Queensland and the ACT, which means babies born overseas aren't allowed back into the country. The men, who went above and beyond to ensure their surrogate was taken care of both financially and physically, revealed just how badly they wanted a baby. "We wanted a family and we wanted to get it done and we just went over there and went full steam ahead and did what we needed to do … when it comes down to it, people are going to do what they need to do to get their families." After two trips to Thailand to provide sperm and for the birth of their little girl, they got their daughter, now four months old, back into Australia through a complex set of loopholes within different federal and state laws. 

Awwww, how cute -- human trafficking! I know I'll get slammed by both left and right for saying this, but these two modern-day negreros belong in jail!