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Gay father of twins to be allowed back into Israel this week

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  1. Hmm – well if Israeli law dictates that a paternity test must be taken before children can be brought into the country, well then those are the rules.

    An Israeli court order wouldn’t be binding in India, and the guy should know that.

    In any case assuming he is the biological father, I presume the biological mother is Indian. He had the chance to get the know the other side of his children’s heritage.

  2. Congratulations to him. Would a judge delay allowing a straight woman from bringing her children into the country with comments about paedophiles and serial killers?

  3. vulpus_rex 26 May 2010, 7:14pm

    Riondo, there’s an epidemic of people, gays primarily, having kids as if they’re the latest must have accessory. Have a kid, dress it up in Gucci or Prada, dole it out to the nanny and see it once a week when you can wheel it down Compton Street in a Louis Vuitton stroller and have the queens and marys coo over it. Like I say its an epidemic.

  4. @1 Jean-Paul Bentham:

    You know as well as I do that you are using my name to post your nonsense.

    Your writing style, your vocabulary and especially your attitudes do not resemble mine in any way, and I doubt that anyone is fooled into believing I could possibly think as you do.

    In the meantime I have reported all the comments you have posted using my name on today’s threads as annoying and offensive.

    Go ahead and have fun while it lasts.

  5. An Cat Dubh 26 May 2010, 10:00pm

    And that’s despite the Minister of Interior here being a super-religious dick.
    I heard he and his partner made the kids with a mixture of their sperm.

  6. @Vulpus Rex, you are talking absolute nonsense. I’m a gay parent and I know lots of other gay parents and I have never come across any gay parent who wasn’t extremely devoted and serious about being a parent. It takes a lot of thought, planning and commitment to even become a parent if you are gay- it can’t really be done with a frivolous attitude. It is really homophobic to suggest that gay people’s motivations and commitment or drive to become a parent should be any different from any straight person’s (with the exception of those straight people who get pregnant by accident- something which doesn’t normally happen to gay people…)

  7. Adele Winston 27 May 2010, 7:23pm

    I want to wish the father Mazeltov and much joy with his children.

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