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> Mother Giving Birth To Gay Son's Baby, Surrogacy
Betsy2009
post 7th Mar 2015, 12:38pm
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Can any of you tell me how this is different to incest other than the sexual act itself?

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/mothe...9u5jC?ocid=iehp
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Melody
post 7th Mar 2015, 12:46pm
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Well, to my mind it is sanitized but sick, sorry.
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post 7th Mar 2015, 12:48pm
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It was not the mother's "egg" but an an other woman's IVF egg fertilized by the mother's son.
The mother being functionally the surragate carrier here so genetically nothing wrong in that.
The church might see it differently but they've always done that.


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post 7th Mar 2015, 12:56pm
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I just feel that there is something inherently distasteful and wrong with this Tee.
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post 7th Mar 2015, 01:15pm
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I'd do anything for my sons has just changed to I'd do (almost) anything for my sons.

It just seems wrong somehow.

The Mary Portas situation doesn't seem right either but if it can be done on 'Friends' then who am I to think it's wrong.
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post 7th Mar 2015, 01:17pm
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It all sounds very odd to me, even though the guy's mother only carried the baby.
There is something not right about it.


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post 18th Mar 2015, 12:27pm
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This I have heard; The Hindu Upanishads have a quote' saying;

"The end of modesty is the end of motherhood and the end of motherhood is the beginning of the death of life".

For this action described here I have only one word in Italian that sums it up. Infama.
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post 18th Mar 2015, 03:16pm
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But mum why do I have to call you granny? wacko.gif


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post 6th May 2015, 09:42pm
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Perverted science at it's worst IMO. rolleyes.gif


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post 6th May 2015, 09:50pm
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I see nothing wrong with it, the mother was merely the 'carrier' the foetus was implanted in her womb after it had been fertilized.
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post 7th May 2015, 10:14am
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if this man was heterosexual and married , but
unable to have a family would it be Ok
to ask his mother to help him .




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post 8th May 2015, 10:38am
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QUOTE (Melody @ 7th Mar 2015, 02:04pm) *
I just feel that there is something inherently distasteful and wrong with this Tee.

Certainly unusual Melody, most certainly controversial but if a mother could or would be willing or able to take this step for a daughter then why not for a son, regardless of his gender. After all the child will be her grandchild one way or the other.
Fortunately my son had his 3 Kids before he came out as gay and divored. He too is now a proud grandfather and his civil-partner's mother who has very recently been told that her days are severly numbered told us that she can go any time now, now that she knows her son is happy and enjoying being a Family man.
We do have to try to see the big picture.
It's a whole different world that we're living in now and it's no longer our generaion's world.


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