“My DAD and my HUSBAND are becoming women – and I support them both”

19 Jul

Insane; sometimes, you just gotta laugh…

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And she’s bi, so she’s cool with it all – and they can have ‘girls nights out’ together, perhaps also long with stepdad’s new girlfriend!

They have one kid on the way, and are considering another before surgery; hey, maybe their kids can be ‘gender-dysphoric’ too! 😉

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15 responses to ““My DAD and my HUSBAND are becoming women – and I support them both”

  1. Socially Extinct

    July 19, 2014 at 1:45 am

    They’re becoming women and I’m becoming sick.

  2. infowarrior1

    July 19, 2014 at 1:51 am

    Hah. They did not become women they just became damaged men.

    They still possess the y chromosome anyway.

  3. C H Ingoldby

    July 19, 2014 at 7:01 am

    They AREN’T becoming women. They are becoming mutilated freaks.

  4. Elusive Wapiti

    July 19, 2014 at 8:05 am

    Wow…just wow.

  5. James and the Giant Peach

    July 19, 2014 at 8:41 am

    In Google type define species and you get:

    “a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding. The species is the principal natural taxonomic unit, ranking below a genus and denoted by a Latin binomial, e.g., Homo sapiens.”

    When you use hormones and surgery to sterilize yourself, you ironically are not a part of the human species anymore, by most biological definitions. I think these people are desperately sick and instead of fixing themselves, they seek to make the outside just as ugly as the inside. If there was a word for opposite of sanctification, this might be the definition.

  6. Will S.

    July 19, 2014 at 9:53 am

    @ Everyone: Agreed. @ James: I’ve had the exact same thought, and I often use ‘it’ and ‘its’ in referring to transgendered, esp. those ‘she-males’ and ‘he-females’ who defy classification entirely. Because like you, as far as I’m concerned, more to the point as far as biology and reproduction are concerned, humans come in two types, male and female, and if you remove yourself from normal distinctions, you have dehumanized yourself, and don’t deserve the benefit of a human pronoun (I ain’t using ‘ze’ or whatever), so just as we call an animal whose sex we don’t know (unlike a pet) by ‘it’, I see no reason to not call such individuals by ‘it’ as well. We don’t owe such freaks the creation of a new, artificial word, to call them by; ‘it’ will do just fine. 😉

    Those who lose their male genitalia in a car accident, a mutilation by a weapon or bomb, or some other similar reason not of their own, I genuinely feel sorry for – and they’re still men, as far as I’m concerned – and should act that way, rather than pretending to become a woman or identifying as ‘trans’…

  7. Will S.

    July 19, 2014 at 9:54 am

    (By ‘she-males’, I mean men with dicks and boobs; by ‘he-females’, I mean men without dicks.)

  8. hobosinfrance

    July 20, 2014 at 9:38 pm

    I personally know Stephen Perry and Lleahan and Chi Chi Parent, they live just a few kilometres away from where my family and I live in the Haute-Vienne (87), France. Steve, aka Helen, formerly Heather, formerly Stephanie, lives in a tiny hamlet in the commune of Saint Sornin Leulac with his partner; Lleahan and Chi Chi do not live in Limoges! In fact, they live within the commune of Magnac Laval. When I first met Chi Chi, ie Raymond Parent two years ago, he was a quiet, polite, genuinely charming young man who was exactly that – a young man. I know without doubt that Stephen Perry is not qualified to ‘diagnose’ Chi Chi as a transgender person.

    Don’t Stephen Perry’s administrations make him a very dangerous person indeed where any young person is concerned – including, potentially, the baby that Lleahan is currently expecting?

    Here are a few points that the Press obviously weren’t told by two (?) of this trio of manipulative liars:

    1. For several years, Stephen Perry has been portraying himself as a wheelchair bound disabled person. He is not a wheelchair bound disabled person. In fact, Lleahan’s and Chi Chi’s very recent wedding photos clearly show Steve standing (looking comfortable) in his high-heeled shoes. I expect his very elegant dress was paid for out of his UK funded severe disablement allowance, courtesy of British taxpayers.

    I am a very close friend of Lleahan’s family – including her lovely mum who Lleahan didn’t even invite to her wedding. Why not? Because her mum is divorcing Stephen Perry, ie her step-father, on the grounds that she married a man and has no wish to be in a same sex marriage. That, I believe, is a prerogative.

    2. Lleahan is not employed in the care industry – she was sacked from her job of looking after elderly people some time ago. In France, employers have to be very careful about dismissing staff, gross misconduct really must be proved beyond all doubt – Lleahan’s brother told me that his sister was dismissed on grounds of gross misconduct. That did not surprise me, I have witnessed at first hand that Lleahan has a short fuse and a vicious temper. She certainly does not hold back even when the person who frustrates her is an elderly person. I know, I once frustrated her and she physically threatened me – I will be 64 years old in October this year. Lleahan vented her spleen in a different direction when I would not bow to her bullying – she trashed her mother’s home on her way out!

    3. The last time that Stephen Perry and I spoke was in 2013, we were in mixed company and he angrily told us all that he had been “thrown off” the gender reassignment programme in France. I understand that was the reason why the French divorce Court in Limoges would not recognise him as a woman. I have seen the Court Judgement, it is accessible.

    4. “All our friends and family” attended the wedding of Lleahan and Chi Chi on 5 July 2014 – wrong! Lleahan’s mother did not attend (not invited), Lleahan’s uncle did not attend, Lleahan’s maternal grandparents did not attend. Yes, they all live here in this part of France, but I am not going to give their reasons for not attending, it is not my place to do that. Lleahan’s brother, who lives in France, did attend, and her brother, sister and young niece flew from the UK to attend. The latter three family members left the reception around 6.30pm because the child (3 years old) was hungry, tired and fretful, no food had been served at that point.

    I have worked closely with several young people who suffered greatly due to transgender dysphoria, I have the greatest empathy and sympathy for them. They are not helped in any way by Stephen Perry and his growing cult of wannabes.

    I could go on and on, but I won’t! Suffice to say, I find it very sad for Lleahan’s family that she seems to have no dignity, no consideration for the mother and other family members who love her and remember her as a sweet young lass, that was before Stephen Perry alienated her from her only living parent, her mum. If you want to know more about parental alienation and the heartbreak it causes, Google it, there’s plenty of information out there!

    I initially thought the Press article should never have seen the light of day. But, perhaps it’s a good thing, in reality!

  9. Will S.

    July 20, 2014 at 9:53 pm

    Interesting. Thanks for this!

  10. Will S.

    July 21, 2014 at 1:27 am

    I did notice that she seemed closer to her ex-stepdad than her own mom. Sad…

    • hobosinfrance

      July 21, 2014 at 7:30 am

      Yes, Will S, Steve ‘worked on’ Lleahan (and her brother who lives in Limoges) from when they were quite young, impressionable and vulnerable, they were both in their very early teens when he started to use tactics aimed at alienating them from their mum. Their natural father died when they were in their late teens; for reasons that I will not go into, their natural father had not been in their lives since they had reached school age – and rightly so.

      Their mum worked hard to raise Lleahan, her full brother and their half-brother and half-sister – the two children from their mum’s first marriage – and she was clearly doing a great job, the four children were very close until recently. Since Lleahan’s and Chi Chi’s wedding, Stephen Perry has worked diligently at alienating Lleahan from her older half siblings – the evidence has been publicised on Facebook!

      Parental alienation methodology is covert, insidious and patiently carried out to achieve the ultimate aim. Their mum was further disadvantaged, could not have heard what was happening because she is profoundly deaf and, during the early years when the alienation was initiated and gathering momentum, Stephen Perry worked just as diligently to make sure she could not afford to purchase the hearing-aids that she desperately needed. Once she was able to access appropriate hearing-aids, that was the beginning of the end for the marriage, Lleahan’s mum quickly picked up on what was going on and she acted accordingly.

      Sadly, by then, it was too late to reverse the damage that Lleahan’s soon-to-be ex-stepfather had caused during the alienation processes.

  11. Will S.

    July 21, 2014 at 7:32 am

    Gosh. Some people are truly vicious…

    • hobosinfrance

      July 21, 2014 at 8:01 am

      Indeed, Will S, vicious and cruel, some might say criminal.

      Have you seen the film, ‘The Cable Guy’? I would dearly love to be able to let Jim Carrey know that I firmly believe his portrayal of Chip Douglas was spot on! The misery that Stephen Perry has inflicted on Lleahan’s mother and the rest of her family is beyond belief. Truly.

      I will be updating my own blog later today – I have neglected it during recent weeks because I have been concentrating on supporting Lleahan’s mum through a dreadfully sad period in this saga; not being able to attend her youngest child’s wedding has been traumatic for Lleahan’s mum.

      My blog followers will, I hope, forgive my negligence if I let them know the reason why I have not been able to make time to blog. Would it be acceptable if I post a link to this blog? Sure, I know our blogs are in the public domain, but, I would not be so rude as to assume.

      Kind regards,


  12. Will S.

    July 21, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    No, I haven’t seen that.

    Sure, go ahead and link it.


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