The madness continues. The push to change the American culture keeps moving forward.
Last month a baby in Tennessee made history. Emilia Maria Jesty was the first child born in the state to have a woman listed on the birth certificate as her “father.”
The marital status of the baby’s parents was the subject of a flurry of court filings up to a few days before her birth. Valeria Tanco and Sophy Jesty were wed in New York, a state that recognizes gay marriage, and moved to Tennessee, which does not.
Neither one of these women are the real “father” (obviously) Yet for some, they just don’t let facts get in their way.
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They are among several same-sex couples who, working with advocacy groups, have filed lawsuits to expand homosexual marriage “rights” following a major U.S. Supreme Court decision last June allowing federal tax and other benefits for same-sex married couples.
The push for normalization continues as they now obviously will not stop at just changing the meaning of marriage.
Depending on the pace of rulings, as early as next year Tanco and Jesty’s case or a similar challenge could reach the Supreme Court. Since the court’s June decision in U.S. v. Windsor, about 50 such cases have been filed, in nearly all 33 states that prohibit same sex marriage.
It is more than some realize. There is a push to warp reality and focus on the youth. Schools have been a constant target, and now they want to label women as fathers and men as mothers. The downward spiral is in the works.