Abuse, Adoption, Gay Agenda

Kansas, Oklahoma Pass Bills Banning Gay Adoptions


Kansas and Oklahoma are the latest states to pass legislation banning gay adoptions. The news comes weeks after two lesbians starved and murdered their 6 adopted children in a tragic murder-suicide.

The bills protect religious adoption agencies’ right not to place children with gay couples.

The legislation now goes to their respective governors to sign. Republican Mary Fallin of Oklahoma is still mulling over whether she will sign the bill into law, but Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer (also Republican) has confirmed he will sign.

“Catholic Charities and other adoption agencies are key to the fabric of our communities,” Colyer said Friday. “I look forward to signing this bill because it increases the opportunities for needy children to find loving homes.”

Colyer said children thrive in homes with a mommy and a daddy.

Lesbian couple Jennifer Hart and Sarah Hart, both 38, starved and abused their six adopted children (pictured below) for years, despite reports of abuse from teachers and friends.

The women drove their car off a cliff in Northern California killing themselves and their children in March. Two of the children — Hannah Hart, 15, and Devonte Hart, 16, are still missing.

The other states that have laws allowing only adoption by married heterosexual couples include Alabama, Michigan, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and Virginia.

Georgia passed a bill in the House banning gay adoptions. The legislation next goes to the Senate before landing on the governor’s desk for signature.

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The Woman who adopted Florida teen, on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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Hey “Conversations Of A Sistah” family., Do you remember this story? I wrote about it almost a year ago, about fifteen (15) year old Davion Navar Henry, who had been in foster care his entire life and desperate for a family to call his own, so he had taken matters into his own hands by going to a local church and pleading for a loving family to adopt him. It all started, after he learned, his biological mother, who gave birth to him while she was in prison, had passed away, that’s when he asked his caseworker, Connie Going, if she would take him to church so that he could make his request known to the people there and she agreed.

Davion’s story was not only heart breaking but so compelling it made prime-time news. As it turns out, the state didn’t find Davion a home, so he asked Connie Going, the Eckerd adoption specialist in charge of his case; if she would become his mom. Apparently Davion felt comfortable enough in knowing that Connie would take care of him and provide him the family structure he yearned to have. Connie Goings in turn, left the Eckerd adoption agency after many years and her adoption of Davion was finalized on April 22,2015.

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Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio, as I sit down with Ms. Connie Goings, as she’ll share her story and journey with the challenges she may have faced with the adoption of Davion Navar Henry and how it’s adjusted into his new life as her son.

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See you on the air!