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Christian mom tells the world she discovered hardcore gay porn on her son’s phone

  • GothBoyUK

    Are we taking bets on if he will become a serial killer should he remain under his mother’s repressive regime?

    • http://www.bloketoys.co.uk/ BlokeToys.co.uk

      Be positive. He’s got a whole world of information out there at his fingertips. The first thing he’ll do when he gets his phone back is learn how to delete the history.

      Then he’ll learn about the real world without his draconian cultist mother breathing fire and brimstone over his shoulder. That will likely lead to him leaving home as soon as he can and starting a real life without his parents.

      • Truth

        He will also have learned to feel extreme shame and, as a result, will become dishonest. Shame because his mother, by her hysterical reaction, has made sex shameful. And dishonest because he will never more feel able to confide in his mother for fear she will react in the same way. People – especially religious believers – should be made to pass a ‘procreation test’ before they are allowed to become parents.

  • Sasha

    I might be somewhat misreading this article, but I think PN is perhaps not being very fair to this woman.

    Yes, she has some rather old-fashioned ideas about what sex is for, but they’re pretty tame, middle-of-the-road Christian views. Nothing extreme.

    She then describes what he has seen as not really being representative of real sexuality. As most porn presents a somewhat heightened image of sex in all its many wonderful forms, this mother seems to have made a a pretty uncontroversial statement IMHO.

    As for suggesting that her son (how old is he?) seeks advice from his parents before dubious online resources – well, again, that seems to be pretty sensible advice.

    • Arawra

      Sex is not purely for procreation. Just because its Christian views does not make them valid.

      She is not concerned with him looking at porn, but the type. It seems to be fairly evident. She is dismissing gay sex because its against her (invalid) opinion that its “not real” when there are thousands of species that engage in intercourse with another, same sexed, individual.

      The internet is a culmination of all of the human races knowledge. It has good, and bad. To dismiss it as a resource is pure idiocy.

      • Barry Scarfe

        True. Gay sex is just as legitmate as straight sex. What is sex anyway? It is the way human beings show their affection, LOVE and desire for being intimate with another consenting ADULT. Gay sex is a expression of gay LOVE. If she is is saying that gay sex is not normal because it doesn’t lead to procreation then she is effectively saying that gay LOVE isn’t legitimate either which makes her a homophobe.

      • Robert W. Pierce

        I agree. I would assume she’s not heard of infertile hetero married couples. Would she say that their having intercourse which doesn’t produce children is therefore not normal and nothing more than gratification? Or, would she say that since they can’t procreate, at least they have the appropriate complementary genitalia for such purpose? That was one of the lame arguments to justify opposition to same-sex marriage.

        • Barry Scarfe

          It always comes back to ‘gratification’ and ‘pleasure seeking’ with your typical homophobe and biphobe. Apparently, straight couples don’t have sex for pleasure and only have it to produce children! These people seriously need to get out more.

    • Jager

      I completely agree here.

      PinkNews’ tone is getting increasingly presumptuous and it’s really off-putting as a reader. This woman clearly has some old fashioned views and is trying to parent her child within the perameters of her religious beliefs.

      If this ‘child’ has access to hardcore pornography on his smartphone I doubt he’s being sheltered from other more liberal and accepting points of view. It doesn’t sound ridiculously extreme to me.

      It’s a shame, of course, but nothing that I think warrants attempting to hold this woman up as some sort of monster. Obviously her referring to homosexuality as ‘not real sexuality’ is sad, but International News Headline? Nope.

  • Andries Vienne

    This is perhaps the saddest thing I’ll read today. I feel so bad for the boy. No one should have to suffer through ‘beliefs’ like that.

    • Jesus_Mohammed

      The piece she wrote is all about her and her “virtuous” behaviour. It betrays, however, that she is all about CONTROL. And in seeking to exercise control over another human being she is indulging in the use of LIES. Most of what she says she told her son is untrue.

  • Lewis Lane-Holmes

    It doesn’t sound much like she was “gay-bashing” as much as she was telling her son not to take what he saw in porn videos as being true of all relationships. It seems very unfair to twist her words to make her seem like a homophobic Christian. I for one would have the same conversation with my own child if I were to find such images on their phone, regardless of the sexuality of them!

    • Franske

      Dude, read the article again. There are many points where she clearly states she is against homosexuality. The only good thing she is saying is that sex shouldn’t be that shallow.

    • Rehan

      The fact that she brings in the word ‘normal’ (as in ‘it’s not’) and triumphantly asserts that he won’t be ‘looking again for naked people for a long long time’ is not reassuring, though.

    • http://www.bloketoys.co.uk/ BlokeToys.co.uk

      I don’t think you read the full piece, it’s clear what she intends by her words. She is attacking her own son in the most “Christian” way, smiling no doubt while she does it, but the impact of her abuse is the same nonetheless.

      She is a sickening excuse for a parent, but then most cult followers are.

      • Barry Scarfe

        If only we could just get rid of religion. It has done so much harm throughout the centuries, caused wars, created tensions and also causes homosexual and bisexual people to feel being of less worth than straights.

    • Stev84

      Life Site News is a ultra-conservative Catholic fundamentalist site. That’s all you need to know.

      Take a look at the other disgusting, inhuman BS there and get back to us. Just looking over the front page makes one want to vomit.

      • Jon (Malaysia)

        OMG I just checked it out. The first article I saw was virtually ordering me to run don’t walk to the incinerator to burn the ’50 Shades of Grey’ trilogy. I was going to comment that he’d convinced me to rush out and buy it so I could read it ASAP because it sounded so good, but it turns out I have to register and I couldn’t be bothered. What a horrible site. Maybe I’ll join at some point. You know, keep your enemies closer. It might be kinda fun to be a ringer there.

  • Markni

    I just hope what she has said to him has not started a very sad series of events like him harming himself or others because of gay not being really sexuality and sex is only for procreation .. Sad sad lady

    • Steven Gregory

      She probably believes ORGASMS are fiction, too; because women can get pregnant without them.

  • Alexander Kelso Shiels

    Dont you think taking his phone away, was a bit drastic though?

    • Daryl Lawton

      But it protects him from the evil reach of satan. /sarcasm

  • Ben

    How stupid is she?
    Firstly. She should not confront him about this. She should have let him come out in his own time. Not force him into a situation that he isn’t ready for. Especially when its jumping straight to sex.
    Secondly. Everyone is different. I hope she realises there is hardcore straight porn as well. Some straight people like that as well as ‘some’ gay people.
    Everyone in all types of sexuality have different preferences because no two people are the same. Some will like it rough, some like me, like it gentle. Then some won’t even have sex until marriage. Some before.
    This is the same for everyone, straight or LGBT.

    • http://www.bloketoys.co.uk/ BlokeToys.co.uk

      That’s the problem, she doesn’t want him to come out in his own time, she doesn’t want a gay son because she’s been brainwashed like the rest of her nutty cult followers to believe that they are right and that all other things in the natural world that they don’t sanction are “abominations”.

      This woman is mentally ill, desperately trying to shape the reality around her to the teachings of a fictional book. This would be like someone trying to impose a belief in Hogwarts on society because they read Harry Potter, rejecting all reality in favour of their delusion.

      I can safely predict what’s going to happen here. Her son is going to rebel, he’s going to reject her nonsense (because this generation has access to a global bank of free information that their brand of delusion cannot possibly silence) and he’ll leave that house the first chance he gets.

      He’ll move to a large city (if he’s not in one, and I doubt he is) and find a group of people who actually live in this reality. He’ll grow up out and proud, happy and healthy, and she’ll forever be left out of his life at the most important moments because she’s far too mentally deranged to be a positive presence.

      She’s a bad parent, and one day her son is going to tell her in no uncertain terms to take her religious bullsh*t and GTFO of his life.

      • Cal

        That’s a nice fantasy. I hope it happens that way. But he is likely to go through all kinds of emotional torture before he gets there. Poor kid. Evil mother. Taking the phone away will further isolate him. There is no way to ensure he can never look at porn again so I guess he’s phoneless for the foreseeable.

      • Steven Gregory

        Let’s hope he finds the right kind of support in order to overcome his mother’s idiocy.

  • James Sutherland-Harper

    The sad reality is, Siri and Google know better than this “mother”.

  • Rehan

    “I doubt he’ll go looking again for naked people for a long, long time.”

    Poor boy. If he was confused before, he’s going to be positively tortured from now on.

  • David

    What a stupid, niave and dangerous women she is!

  • Robert W. Pierce

    I can understand a parent’s concern for her child but what this is all about is a parent primarily imposing her religious beliefs on her child, a very narrow distorted one-sided view of sexuality as a result of those beliefs and religion is hardly an authority on morality given it’s pernicious history. Just look around the world and look at countries in turmoil, the vast bulk of it a result of religious indoctrination. I feel very sorry and fearful for this child. The psychological damage wrought on a young mind, probably struggling with his sexual orientation, confused, frightened and a parent who hasn’t a clue about being supportive, non-judgmental and loving enough because she is blinded by a deeply flawed, chosen religious belief system. Very sad.

    • Steven Gregory

      I just attended the Cinema Q Film Festival in Denver and saw the documentary KIDNAPPED FOR CHRIST, about adolescents who are abducted and sent to school in the Dominican Republic for behavior modification. Apparently there are thousands of such operations around the world — mostly inside the U.S. — religious themed and aimed at adolescents. I fear for children of religious zealots who do not conform — or figure out they had better fake it until they can get away.

    • Truth

      “I can understand a parent’s concern for her child but …..”
      Sorry, Robert. You are starting from the position that being gay is something for a parent to be concerned about. It isn’t. Presumably you are from a generation which has been taught all the religious cr*p that being gay is ‘a sin’. ‘Sin’ is a man-made construct. It is nonsense along with all the other silly myths about ‘God wants this’ and ‘God wants that’. It’s all RUBBISH. And so, in this scenario, the parent should only have been ‘concerned’ that the child was not being exploited in some way – or bullied. ‘Concern’ is NOT something a parent should be if their kid happens to be gay. The child should be ‘concerned’ that their parent is irrational and believes in fairies.

      • Stephen

        Sorry “Truth” you are being a fool. All Robert said was that he understands a parents concern for a child, fool stop. He didn’t mention anything about a concern of being gay, just concern. In todays digital age, if you are a parent of a young person with full access to the internet, you need to be concerned. At 10, this child should not have access to hardcore porn, gay or straight, and the mother should have been concerned, it’s how she acted afterwards that is the issue here.

        • Steven Gregory

          Can’t you make your point without calling someone a fool? Beginning your reply with an ad hominem attack doesn’t strengthen your point of view, but makes it easy to ignore.

          • A Mom

            You are right in that he shouldn’t have called him a “fool”; however, his point is well-taken and is exactly how I feel, as a mom myself: No child, at age 10, should be looking at any type of porn, straight or gay. In this situation, I would have lovingly talked with my child, explaining that this content is inappropriate for his age, not because it was “gay”, but because it was porn. I would gently let him know that in our family we support gay rights but that many sites (and YouTube videos) are inappropriate and harmful at his age. And then, keeping in mind that he was interested in gay porn at age 10 and that it is possible that he might eventually identify as gay, I would make sure that he is around gay people he could look up to and see as role models. I would take him to a gay marriage ceremony, speak highly of gay people we know who are “out”, and make sure my kids know how happy I am when a court case is decided in favor of marriage equality. And then, I wouldn’t pressure him about his “sexuality”, because at 10, he just needs to know he is loved no matter how he eventually identifies, which is what he really needs as he figures all this out. Yes, as a mother, this is what I would do.

          • Jon (Malaysia)

            Sorry ‘mom’, but as a former 10 year old, with now 52 years experience, I can assure you looking at porn at that age didn’t really affect me at all, except to become curious enough to ask questions about human sexuality of people who might be able to tell me what’s it all about without any kind of judgement. One guy I asked was a neighbour who was a science teacher who was cool to hang out with because his experiments in the garage were so wonderfully explosive. I talked to him because he was always discovering and not lecturing or condescending. And you never would have known that I’d seen porn. My mom didn’t, it would have been too embarrassing! Why don’t moms get it that their sons don’t want to be talking to them about intimate things no matter how ‘understanding’ they are. Sheesh! Who is a parent to decide what their child should see, their job is to prepare their kids to properly handle anything they might inadvertently or pro actively see or be exposed to.

          • Laura

            Actually, it is absolutely a parent’s responsibility to monitor what their children see. You cannot just give kids free reign to watch whatever they want. As an example, my elementary school-aged kids are not allowed to watch R-rated movies. They are not missing out and will be allowed to when they are older, but not is not the time. And even though you would like to criticize an “understanding” mom, I am certain that most questioning children would prefer to have my loving response than the mother’s in this article, as my response is not damaging or damning.

          • A Mom

            And Jon, I am guessing you are not a parent?

          • Jon (Malaysia)

            You got me there, the closest I have come to that is having 4 younger siblings with whom I was happy to share the wonders of illicit adulthood. They’ve all turned out fine. I’ve also raised a bunch of foster kids, albeit all came to me over the age of 12, so perhaps I’m talking out of the wrong orifice. I’m just remembering my feelings at that age, and knowing at that time I was smart enough to know what was real and what was put on like porn for example. Acting vs reality. I cringe for this probably fake kid.

          • Jon (Malaysia)

            Well…….Addressing your points. I don’t think you automatically give kids free reign to watch whatever they want, but I certainly wouldn’t restrict kids from ‘R’ movies just because some entity calls them inappropriate and labels them as such. You are then abdicating the parenting role to whomever rates the movies. If the movie has a great message or is super funny, or whatever, make your own decision. The kids will find out about it through their peers who have older siblings anyway. Forbidden fruit is the most interesting. I am also certain that most questioning children won’t be asking their parents those intimate questions. Of course an understanding response is better than this probably fake mother’s, but I still cringe at the thought of discussing things like sexual attraction or masturbation with my mother. YUCK!

  • StraightGrandmother

    I’m calling the mother out for writing about her son’s very personal experiences. I don’t care if it IS a pseudonym, surely the people in her church know her identity.
    Can you imagine your embarrassment having your mother publicly write about your early sexual investigations (gay OR straight)?

    This mother is simply crowing to herself what a great mom she is, sacrificing her son’s privacy for her self glorification. This is the rule of motherhood, when you find a Penthouse magazine (or the gay equivalent) under your son’s mattress when you are changing the sheets, you leave it there and don’t say anything.

    • Jones

      The worst part is that he is 10 years old. What a caring mother she is…

    • rickg

      a pompous, self righteous, ignorant mother. She will cause so much physical, emotional, and mental grief and pain for her son. How unloving, uncaring, inhuman she is. Though I had to hide in the closet all my life, I had, at least, a family who didn’t shame or out me. They loved me even though, sadly, they couldn’t approve of my being gay… I get very angry to see such degradation.

    • Steven Gregory

      I grew up in a family whose routines revolved around church. It wasn’t long before I realized that “prayer” in groups is simply an opportunity for shame and gossip: “Please forgive my wife for screwing everyone she works with and for being a drunk.” “Please help my son not to masturbate all day and night.” “Please help my husband with his gambling addiction and Lord help him to quit beating me.” “Lord, we pray for sister Janice and this time of her great need. Her husband lost his job and everything they own is balanced on credit cards. They’re about to lose it all.”

      • StraightGrandmother

        For real? I mean seriously for real?

        • Steven Gregory

          I’m still friends with a guy whose now ex-wife came to church for about a year before he accompanied her. Within a month we knew every intimate detail about their lives and arguments — all through her prayer requests.

          Then he showed up: likable, hard-working, soft-spoken. He and his brother own a very successful auto body shop that also does customization on boats, motorcycles and race cars.

          She was furious his fingernails and work clothes were filthy. Meanwhile, he brought home more money that most of the executives in the congregation, and quickly developed a reputation for stellar work.

          Now he has a great wife who works in the shop doing accounting and appointments. He asked if I still went to that church, I told him I am gay and an atheist. His response, “Good for you!” He and his wife aren’t religious or superstitious, either.

      • Stev84

        It’s just another tool to break down people and control them. Which the main purpose behind religion.

      • Jesus_Mohammed

        Indeed, Steven. And also an opportunity for showing off, for putting on acts of piety, for putting on an exhibition of virtuous behaviour to impress the rest of the community or congregation.

        • Steven Gregory

          Well put.
          That is why so many things that are done loudly and publicly in the name of religious myth were commanded in the Bible to be done in extreme privacy.

  • Jon (Malaysia)

    The article may call her Mum, I call her ignorant egg donor. He needs to talk to a mature peer or a properly educated responsible adult.

  • Officer Dribble

    I too have had many crushes on girls…Liza, Barbara, Cher, Madonna, Kylie etc…

  • qv

    I wouldn’t go looking for anything on my phone either, if i knew my mom was snooping along after me …

  • Philip Marks

    From what she says she will never give him an internet capable device again, since there is absolutely no way to ensure he will never see that stuff again. In fact he’ll be looking on someone else’ computer I’m sure. As to the rest I sort of actually admire her for caring, and for not blaming, and indeed some of it was handled well — asking him to look at who he had crushes on for example. Of course he has probably been lying all along about the crushes and keeping his sexuality carefully concealed, but she only wrong thing she did was to demean homosexuality. Not that she meant to be that nice….poor kid, but he’ll be ok most likely, when he goes away to college.

  • henna

    In a few years :

    Ex-Christian Mom : “My son killed himself because of my ignorance”

    • Rumbelow

      Certainy hope not but I see what you’re saying.

      • henna

        I hope not too, poor child. But I also think that the article is BS.

    • Stev84

      She it too far gone to ever leave her religion. Instead she will blame the gays for killing her son and double down on her hatred.

  • Jdh

    Whilst she’s certainly wrong to call homosexuality not normal, I don’t think a ten year old should have access to the internet without supervision. This would have been avoided if he didn’t have a smart phone…

    • David H

      I think being completely fair to her, she thought she had the porn angle covered with parental controls and good old apple let her down on that one. I guess the moral there proves the point everyone has been saying about family filters/parental controls being useless and encouraging complacency (and she seems pretty internet savvy).

      Of course, the real shame is that she didn’t show more support; because IF her son turns out to be gay, she’s going to be the last person he turns to for support.

      • Jdh

        Thanks for expanding David, completely agree with what you’ve said. :-)

        • TWS

          Okay I’ll bite… why are you “following me on Disqus”?

          While I am certainly pro-gay I cannot think of anything I have posted in the last while that was particularly associated with the gay community?

  • Kris Weibel

    Totally agree w/Andries. This is really sad. How much more confused can this poor baby get? She is really f***ed up.

  • Paul

    Ok let’s really talk about something not real and the irony in her word. So let’s take anything in the bible. That’s not real. How can someone who lives their life by a fiction book tell her son that something that occurs in nature is not real? Is she really that limited?

  • dazzletag

    Deranged, delusional and dangerous. Not the best mix in a parent. Why do these weirdos feel the need to tell the world of their tiny-brained righteous overreations?

  • davidolsen2008

    so she is using schizophrenia to try and control, a normal person, sick. I personally cant wait till the truly schizo, god lovers are strapped down and electrocuted

  • Robert W. Pierce

    The only ‘not normal’ in all this is the mother!

    • Barry Scarfe

      Indeed. Some people still regard homosexuals and bisexuals as not ‘normal’ but normality for human beings is that there is a RANGE of human sexualities to be found in us. The vast majority are only sexually-attracted to people of the opposite gender, some are only attracted to people of their own gender and some like batting for both teams! Really, what is so hard about understanding this REALITY?.

      The religiously deluded need to get out more!

      • Robert W. Pierce

        Agree Barry. It seems the only ones who obsess so much about sex and sexual behaviour are religious nutters to the exclusion of everyone else. Perhaps they’re not getting enough or their sex lives are unsatifactory or non-existant, so they project their inadequacies, insecurities on to the rest of us. It’s noticeable that almost every one of the equal marriage foes are religious. Definitely a correlation.

        • Barry Scarfe

          Yes, I would agree totally. Infact, I’ve just been watching on Youtube the Coalition for Marriage’s ‘Dr’ Sharon James and Mr Colin Hart giving evidence to a House of Commons Comittee during the passage of the Marriage (Same-Sex Couples) Bill who claimed in all seriousness that their group only had a small number of people who were religiously-inclined and their campaign had many who weren’t and wasn’t religiously motivated. Yeah, pull the other one love!

  • Jeff Jankowiak

    Mom needs some professional guidance on this issue. She is in total denial and feels if she ignores this issue it will go away. The boy is questioning and he must be reassured he is safe and they will love him no matter what. I am not sure how old the boy is but he sounds young enough not to be regularly looking at porn. I hope this boy has an outlet to talk to and not just relying on porn. And if she thinks taking the phone away from him will stop his questioning she is going to sadly disappointed.

    • Daryl Lawton

      I don’t know I looked at porn a lot at that age too.

  • Binedra

    Christian makes the WORST parents. This is why public schools need to teach children about sexuality and sexual orientation, because you cannot trust parents to teach kids about something as important as their sexual identity.
    What this parent had done is CHILD ABUSE: not only has she fed the child lies that may very will cause him to hate himself and go through unnecessary confusion, she has also embarrassed him.

  • Ron

    It might be a fake story. My childhood and youth christian experience saw lots of preachers and writers make up fake stories to make a point and to “educate”. What she wrote is a clear message to parents about how to be a christian parent vs sexually curious or possibly gay children.

    If it is true, which I doubt, I am concerned that 10 year olds look for this kind of thing, unless it was accidental. Aren’t social services meant to be advised if kids find access to porn? Maybe not?

  • chrism

    The original post is here:

    http://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/the-day-my-kid-found-hardcore-porn-on-his-iphone

    PinkNews left out the fact that the son is only ten years old and generally made the whole thing seem a lot worse than it really is. In fact, I think this woman handled the situation pretty well, especially for a conservative Christian. Other than the ‘sex is for mommies and daddies to make babies’ claptrap, I can’t think of much I’d have done differently myself.

    • David H

      I understand your point; however, the other things (in addition to the ‘sex is for mommies and daddies’ claptrap) that jumped out at me were the references to the father having his “struggles” with pornography, whcih indicates something of an oppressive/furtive household; and the fact that she regards the boy being led to question his own sexuality – her response there certainly being that of a bad mother, as she should have simply reassured him that it didn’t matter what his sexuality was as he’d figure it out in his own good time.

      You’re right that PN has perhaps exaggerated certain aspects; but there’s certainly a lot more reading between the lines in this story than the author presents too.

      • john lyttle

        David, it seems all too patently fake.

        • David H

          In fairness, I’d challenge anyone to show me any news report that isn’t at least somewhat distorted in favour of the author’s opinions. There’s probably an element of truth in there, it could be the collaboration of several stories. The point is that it’s promoting a set viewpoint.

      • GulliverUK

        The Bible belt is renowned for the high level of Internet porn searches, and Evangelical Christians have the highest divorce rate around. Not everything is as happy-clappy as they make out. Those right-wing conservative Christian web sites and anti-gay groups like FRC, NOM, make out that all right-wing Christians lead flawlessly religious lives, but that isn’t so, it’s just veneer.

        Folks in the Bible Belt watch more gay pornography than anywhere else in the nation according to new numbers released by Pornhub

      • chrism

        That’s a fair point, but the fact that she seems more alarmed by the pornography part than the gay part might be a positive sign.

        I still think she reacted about as well as anyone could to a difficult sitation. If the kid were older it would be one thing, but even a sex-positive gay agnostic like me thinks ten is far too young to be exposed to hard core pornography. If it were my son, I’d be pretty torn up about how to deal with it. I wouldn’t want to embarrass or traumatize him or pathologize his curiosity about sex, but I couldn’t just let him go on looking at porn. I’d shield him from it as much as possible, and I’d try to make him understand that pornography isn’t healthy for him to watch at that age and that real sex is nothing like the stuff in porn. In short, I’d probably do basically what this woman did, minus the Christian sexual ethics talk.

      • Stev84

        Remember that fundies consider you “addicted” when you watch a porn movie every now and then. The whole thing about “porn addiction” they have is completely out proportion and doesn’t have anything to do with real addictions.

    • john lyttle

      You think this really happened? A kid’s online game leading to a gay porn site? Really? Whatever, she sounds obnoxious and ignorant and, worse, unoriginal.

      • chrism

        It could be a hoax, but nothing about it seems implausible to me. He didn’t get to porn through a game – he got to it via ambiguous keywords in a search engine. Unlike some countries, like, say, Germany, where sexually explicit content is required by law to be behind a paywall, there are basically no controls on internet porn in the U.S. Some public networks use crude filtering software to keep the porn at bay, but any device connected to a private ISP (like an iPhone connected to AT&T) will have unfettered access to the hardest of hardcore content, unless there are parental controls installed locally on the device.

        • twincast

          And that’s why several years ago all sites that are even vaguely sexual in nature moved their seats and servers out of Germany – usually into the Netherlands, I believe. The internet is global, though, and Germany doesn’t have a legally required imprecise porn-block to appease the hysterical masses like the U.K., so nobody’s stopping German kids from accessing porn unless their parents (and/or school/university/library/café) activate filter software themselves.

  • Steven Gregory

    In the wise words of Glen from the movie WEEKEND: “I told my parents ‘nature’ or ‘nurture,’ it’s totally your doing that I’m gay.”

  • RJ

    Horrendous mum – scarring him for life and making him feel unworthy.

  • Truth

    ” …..exactly what sex is and what it is for and that it’s something God wants us to save for marriage so ….”
    I stopped reading at that point. Another brainwashed nutter corrupting the minds of children. They really should be prosecuted ….

  • vascoac

    poor kid

    • john lyttle

      I doubt the kid exists. Reeks of tedious made up propaganda vascoac.

  • Jordy

    The poor lad, BUT, I’ve read her rantings a few times, and wonder if this is not
    a piece of Christian propaganda , the writing is a bit to slick and contrived to be believable, and the final results a a bit to pat. Faith and goodness triumphs!.
    If true, she’s a monster, if not true, she’s a monster.

  • http://loveandtruth.co.uk Faithful and True

    The Abomination is Homophobia; Sexism; & Racism: And it stands in holy places cursing God. And I Agree With “StraightGrandmother”; Because the Bond of Motherhood in this case; has been broken because of the abomination of homophobia:

    You need and we all need to ask God to help us to have a more mature sexual attitude which this case does not:

    True Motherhood is what we see when a child sucks milk from his or her mothers breast: This is beautiful in God’s eyes: But see how people call that disgusting when done in public! That is the price for worshiping the Abomination; Homophobia; sexism and Racism: Gay Community; Stand Up With Pride & Confidence With Jesus; Your God is With You; ” And I Am In Love With You. ” God our Father Has Spoken!

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    • David H

      Actually, you ignoramus, the bond of motherhood is leftover from the pagan days – when we worshipped goddesses as well as gods and had a more mature sexual attitude than the furtive fumblings bestowed by so-called Christians. The Bible confirms that Jesus loved Lazarus (who may or may not have been the Beloved Disciple – if he wasn’t then there was another male lover too), so I don’t think Christ would be overly enamoured of your homophobia either.

    • FairyDust

      Christians can’t say the believe in Jesus while also saying that being gay isn’t natural. Because the anti-gay verse is from the Old Testament and Jesus created the New Testament ebcause he hated the Old one because it was too cruel. Jesus is all about a new age and abandoning the Old Testament.

    • KayoZen

      Vomit!

  • GulliverUK

    If she writes for Life Site News we can already ignore anything else she says – it’s very likely made-up. They make up all sorts of fantastical hysterical homophobia hate on there, in almost every article. If it isn’t us it’s the child-killing abortionists, who they would happily murder, or those evil Mohammedans (Muslims), or filthy lefty liberal scum. It’s a hate site for people who have lost their humanity.

    • Balance

      Of course it would be wrong to be too vile to lefties, as there are many good ideas on the left, among the stupid ideas (ID cards linking all info on you to one database that will inevitably be hacked by all and sundry; electric smartmeters so there is a lifetime database of when everyone on your street turns off the hallway light, leaving the house empty for work each day (I can’t imagine why any burglar would want to hack into that).

      But I hope you’re not giving succor to Mohammedans (Muslims). The 53 year old Mohammed was shagging a 9 year old girl (Aisha) and murdering women who made fun of his new religion. Mohammed was no Jesus. Mo’s closest friends were no disciples; they went around pillaging villages, killing people who wouldn’t join the religion, and often killing each other, too – a tradition that continues to present day.

      http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Pages/Jesus-Muhammad.htm

  • john lyttle

    I see a career in badly written fiction ahead for said ‘mother’.

  • Daniel

    Several things come to mind here. The first is that she should watch “Prayers for Bobby”, and realise where her criticism could lead.
    The second is the horror I feel at what she has done in both publicising her son’s private life, but then also condemning what he has done.
    She ought to be ashamed at what she is done. Sadly having seen the word “christian”, I know that she is just simply ignorant.

  • David Greensmith

    Ah yes. Make you child feel ashamed of his body. Make sure you know that sex is “dirty”. Make sure that if he is gay, he will feel ashamed because what he feels isn’t “real” or “natural”. Great parenting. She’s probably one of those who feels that gay people shouldn’t adopt children because they can’t bring them up properly. The irony will be lost on her.

  • jamessavik

    I feel sorry for that kunt’s kid.

  • Hengu Willemse

    She’s in for a big surprize when the boy grows up later, maybe she too will grow up and learn that love is unconditional and supportive and inclusive and that religion actually has nothing to do with love and care and family bonding.

  • Leonard Woodrow

    No doubt if her son can’t cope with being homosexual because of her attitude, and kills himself, she will piously say it was “God’s” will.

  • Debra Diroll

    Ya think?

  • Tom

    Anytime I hear about a child who might be gay who is in the clutches (yes, I said ‘clutches) of vehemently anti-gay parents, I feel like weeping for them. I was a child in that exact kind of scenario and I can’t began to describe the feelings of isolation, loneliness, shame, fear, betrayal, confusion, and anger. When I finally stood up to my family and told them that they were wrong for how they treated me and that I knew there was nothing wrong with me, they lamented that I would have “been better off living with my mother.”

    (My parents were divorced, I grew up with my dad’s family. Rather than admit any wrong doing on their part, they act as my sexuality was a tragedy God struck them with and that it would’ve been better if I had lived with my mother and not them.)

  • Paul – Canada

    What?! God WANTS us to have gay sex (even though he doesn’t exist). Twelve men, not elven, not thirteen, but TWELVE “disciples”. Perhaps a women on the side somewhere too if you’re into fuzzy details.

  • http://josephsoleary.typepad.com Joseph

    This is awful — she is an abuser.

  • stephenmole

    Why does a ten year old need a phone?

    • Balance

      So his mother can ring him and make sure he’s not watching porn on the way home after school.

      • stephenmole

        No, frankly, I ask you. Given that a ten year old shouldn’t be alone (without adult supervision), I can’t imagine why he needs a ‘phone. Stupid cow of a woman.

  • JustMe

    PINK News – Is this fact or fiction, journalism or
    sensationalism? Bad parents are bad parents irrespective of their beliefs, religion
    or sexual persuasion.

    Why does the anonymous author start with the headline ‘Christian
    Mother’ and not ‘Vindictive Mother’, ‘Mean Mother’, ‘Bad Mother’ or ‘Stupid
    Mother’? Would it make any difference is she was a pagan or an atheist? No it
    would not.

    If this event is indeed true – then it would horrify each of
    us, but having search reliable Google I cannot find this trending anywhere
    except within The Pink News, a gay rights blog which has spawned tweets and
    other reposts.

  • vincable1986

    LMFAO! This is sad for the boy, but the “mom” is hilariously ignorant,
    especially since she publicly wrote about her young son’s sexual interests.

  • mariaskay

    upto I saw the receipt four $8937 , I accept …that…my mom in-law had been truley bringing in money part time from their laptop. . there brothers friend haz done this for only eight months and resantly cleard the morgage on their place and bought a top of the range Lancia . look at here C­a­s­h­f­i­g­.­C­O­M­

  • Marty Kane

    I read the title and I was like, what’s the problem ? Then I read on and see he’s just 10. Porn is too easily accessed these days. Far too easy.

  • Rickster Rickster

    I think we can safely assume she made all of this up. if there is anything she and her ilk are good at doing it is LYING.

  • james

    Good for her….She can save her Son from a ilfe of trauma and death…..

    • LJ

      Yes yes, Jesus this, abomination that, run along now.

  • Liam

    “I doubt he’ll go looking again for naked people for a long, long time.”

    Yep, until he can sneak away from under your ignorant thumb.

    • Daryl Lawton

      He’ll probably learn how to do it under her thumb without being caught.

  • Richard R

    http://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/the-day-my-kid-found-hardcore-porn-on-his-iphone is the link to the actual article.

    She never bashes being gay, she was referring to the type of porn her son had been exposed to. She never says being gay isn’t a real sexuality, she says the porn her son saw wasn’t real sexuality. I agree with her that gay or straight porn isn’t the way people actually behave and we all know that is true. This is a shameful article.

    I honestly don’t see how she was being anti-gay. If I knew my kid was watching hard porn I would also tell him that what he saw wasn’t real sexuality because it’s not (straight or gay). She might be not as aware that her son might be gay but she didn’t seem to bash or say anything demeaning about being gay. I’m gay, very liberal but this article is about creating confusing and division about a very complicated topic. I’m slightly ashamed and saddened by this very slanted article.

  • Josh H

    That poor boy’s going to have a difficult 8 years before he can finally escape that kid of messed up environment. What a pity.

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