Militant homosexual activism has been growing in ferocity and intensity by the day.
And behind it all is Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown.
Read and weep: “The governor of California has signed into law a bill that mandates insurance companies in the state to provide coverage for infertility treatments for homosexuals.
“As previously reported, AB 460 was proposed this past spring by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano of San Francisco, whose partner died of AIDS in 1994.
He asserts that some insurance companies are discriminating by denying coverage to homosexuals because they did not have ‘an opposite-sex married partner [with whom] to have one year of regular sexual relations without conception’.
“Current law requires that spouses try to conceive for one year, and may claim coverage if they remain barren after that time.
‘Reproductive medicine is for everybody’s benefit,’ Ammiano wrote in a statement following the signing of the bill this month by Governor Jerry Brown.
‘To restrict fertility coverage solely to heterosexual married couples violates California’s non-discrimination laws.
I wrote this bill to correct that’.” (, October 23, 2013).
So let me get this straight: those who deliberately choose to engage in a sterile lifestyle are being discriminated against and thus need taxpayer-funded fertility treatment.
Ol’ Jerry might as well pass a bill requiring those who have taken a vow of silence to be eligible for voice lessons.
Has anyone informed these California law-makers that two men can’t reproduce, just as two bowling balls can’t reproduce? Check out this opening line to a story from Britain’s : “A couple who rake in a staggering UK£53k [i.e., AUD,000] a year in benefits are demanding a bigger house from the council because they are lesbians.” The story continues: “Civil partners Lisa and Carrie-Ann Beaney currently live in a single B&B room with their four children, and claim that they are too stressed to work because of homophobic bullying.