Florida State And Parents Forced An 11-Year-Old Girl To Marry The Church Bishop Who Raped And Made Her Pregnant At Age 10 Because It’s Allowed By Law — Also Thousands Of Other Children As Young As 13

via Florida State And Parents Forced An 11-Year-Old Girl To Marry The Church Bishop Who Raped And Made Her Pregnant At Age 10 Because It’s Allowed By Law — Also Thousands Of Other Children As Young As 13

Hey folks, I normally do not reblog others posts, but I had to make an exception with the above post, by Lander7 of Reality Decoded. Everyone should know about this horrible, abominable situation. And hopefully do their best to make this impossible in the very near future. Please, wherever you live, STAND UP against laws that allow this, or that do not even prohibit this.

Thank you.

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Author: rawgod

Still a Hippie, and proud of it. Have my BSW, now retired. Would have preferred to be a Dr. of Philosophy, but the university I went to wouldn't let me study my own philosophy. Your gain, their loss. I live on the edge of society with my partner, five cats, a broodmare, and a three year-old filly who might make her racing debut this coming summer or fall. Remember the name, Tricksy T Clanton.

2 thoughts on “Florida State And Parents Forced An 11-Year-Old Girl To Marry The Church Bishop Who Raped And Made Her Pregnant At Age 10 Because It’s Allowed By Law — Also Thousands Of Other Children As Young As 13”

  1. I’m embarrassed to live in Fla for this and other reasons. It’s very much the Deep South and very conservative. Lots of old people living in the past.

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    1. Young people too, wanting to revive a past that probably never existed. Their parents or older siblings tell wonderful stories of “how simple things used to be,” and “how everyone believed the same” and suchlike things. Now they speak about the “left” as if it is a powerful force, with a life of its own, when all it is is people with a concern for other humans and living beings.
      I do use the term “we” when talking to certain others, but that is a very broad word used when talking about some of the things that concern us, but there are other things “we” are not “we” on. So I guess we shouldn’t really be using the term they, but does that statement really make any sense? It is a convention of our language to distinguish certain traits or beliefs from other traits or beliefs, yet it does not really mean as one actual group divided from another actual group. It is just convenience, or perhaps even laziness. To intimate that you and I as a duo have the power to destroy “them” or hurt them is not being realistic, yet it is what I read.
      My apologies to you, Mary, for using your innocent comment to get on my soapbox, but I just finished reading a number of blogs that see us as a danderous enemy. To me this makes no sense. I can have a sharp tongue, but I’m just a big pussycat inside.
      One last comment, some of “them” label us with the pejorative “progressive.” Isn’t it a natural part of life to want to improve things, to progress towards a better future? They can call me a progressive all they want, because they are telling the truth about me, and probably you.

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