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Lesbian Divorce Gets Nasty

Posted on | July 24, 2015 | 22 Comments

WNBA star Glory Johnson (@MISSVOL25) and her ex-wife @BrittneyGriner

One positive thing about legalizing gay marriage is that it gives the rest of us the opportunity laugh about gay celebrity divorces:

Brittney Griner shockingly filed to annul her marriage with Glory Johnson just 28 days after the same-sex couple wed and one day after Johnson announced she was pregnant by using donated sperm. At the time, Griner cited “fraudulent statements” made by Johnson and pressure into marriage “under duress” in the original June 5 paperwork. . . .
The amended documents reveal that Johnson was texting an ex-boyfriend while the two were engaged. The amended documents also detail Griner “recently discovering” Johnson’s “sexual relationship with a man” while the couple was dating.
Griner’s claims of Johnson’s unfaithfulness from the court documents are detailed in full below. . . .

Petitioner [Griner] just recently learned that Respondent {Johnson} was not completely faithful during their courtship leading up to the engagement. Respondent intentionally concealed her sexual relations with a man to whom she was simultaneously in a relationship with from 2013 to July 2014; said relationship between Respondent and this man was unbeknownst to Petitioner. Petitioner had no idea that Respondent was sexually and emotionally involved with another individual at the same time she was sexually and emotionally involved with Respondent. Had Petitioner been aware of Respondent’s relationship with another person, she would have never proposed, let alone marry Respondent. Upon information and belief, Respondent not only deceived Petitioner, but also the man to who Respondent was in a relationship with.

Griner contends she was pressured into marriage as well as agreeing to start a family with Johnson, who announced she’s having twins from in-vitro fertilization using donated sperm; Griner has no biological relationship to the unborn children. A motion filed on June 29 details Johnson’s request that Griner pay $20,000 per month in spousal support in addition to a $10,000 advancement toward attorney fees.

These two women are saying about each other the same thing every divorced guy says about his ex-wife: “That evil bitch is crazy!”

(via Memeorandum.)

Remember: This Is What a Feminist Looks Like.

UPDATE: Consider this story:

On Friday the 13th of January 1989, Catherine [Rouse], former manager of Lysistrata — the celebrated feminist restaurant that existed for five years (1977-1982) in Madison, Wisconsin — took a gun purchased a few days before, drove to the house of her ex-lover Joan [Kebick], who had recently ended their relationship, and shot her three times, dead. . . . She did not find Joan’s new lover. She then drove home, answered the phone. It was her sister, a university dean of students who, worried, had set up emergency counseling for her. Catherine said, “Thank you very much,” did not mention having shot Joan, hung up the phone, and shot herself, dead.

That account is from Professor Claudia Card’s 1995 book, Lesbian Choices. Professor Card also tells the story of Annette Green who, on Oct. 30, 1988, “shot and killed Ivonne Julio, her lover of eleven years, at their home in Palm Beach County, Florida.” Green pleaded self-defense, claiming her partner had battered her, but was convicted of second-degree murder. Professor Card, herself a lesbian feminist, cites two books, Naming the Violence: Speaking Out About Lesbian Battering by Kerry Lobel (1986) and Violent Betrayal: Partner Abuse in Lesbian Relationships by Claire M. Renzetti (1992). Curious readers might also be interested in Woman-to-Woman Sexual Violence: Does She Call It Rape? by Lori B. Girshick (2002). In that book, Professor Girschick “discusses how the lesbian community has silenced survivors of sexual violence due to myths of lesbian utopia.”

This myth of lesbians enjoying conflict-free relationships has become a sort of propaganda deployed by feminists who wish to blame males for everything everything wrong in heterosexual relationships.

Anyone who knows anything about human nature knows better than to believe these things, but just as the gay-rights movement has sought to suppress negative information about the LGBT community, feminists have sought to suppress positive information about heterosexual males. This has produced a distorted perception of the world which, all things considered amounts to a propaganda of hatred, which Professor Daphne Patai called Heterophobia. However, when anyone — particularly a heterosexual male — tries to balance this one-side propaganda, he is invariably accused of sexism and homophobia: “How dare you suggest some women are not entirely sane?” or, “How dare you suggest some homosexuals are not entirely honest?”

You will be accused of promoting ignorant stereotypes, you see. The only stereotypes acceptable to liberals are ones that disparage men, particularly white heterosexual men. Liberals hate white heterosexual men the way Nazis hated Jews.

If it weren’t for hateful lies, how could Democrats ever win elections?




22 Responses to “Lesbian Divorce Gets Nasty”

  1. M. Thompson
    July 24th, 2015 @ 5:59 pm

    Pass the popcorn!

    It tastes best with schadenfraude.

  2. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    July 24th, 2015 @ 6:05 pm

    It is bad enough she cheated…but with a man! Sweet baby gherkins!

  3. RS
    July 24th, 2015 @ 6:08 pm

    . . .said relationship between Respondent and this man was unbeknownst to Petitioner.

    The use of the word “unbeknownst” does not make you a better lawyer. “Unknown” is fine. If you absolutely feel compelled to try to make people think you’re smarter than you are, use “unbeknown,” though that’s still archaic.

    Carry on.

  4. trangbang68
    July 24th, 2015 @ 7:19 pm

    I thought Britney Griner was interesting when she was dunking on youtube in 9th grade. She played like a boy. When she opened her mouth in an interview, she talked in a deep bass and was built like an ironing board. Maybe Glory figured she might as well get a real dude with the necessary appendage.
    The real scandal was the pepperpot Baylor coach who had Britney stay in the closet until that quaint Baptist school won a championship. Freaks everywhere you look these days.

  5. Joe Guelph
    July 24th, 2015 @ 8:15 pm

    A lesbian friend of mine once told me, “Joe, there is nothing on Earth like a *dyke fight*.”
    She once lived in a small city where the local Sapphists got together on Sunday afternoons for softball & beer. Because everyone there was everyone else’s ex-/current-/wannabe-lover, emotional tensions were always running high, and by about the sixth inning, when enough suds had been consumed, epic, teary, screaming fistfights would break out among the ladies, and many participants would go home with bloody noses, scarred knuckles, and black eyes.

  6. Shawn Smith
    July 24th, 2015 @ 8:26 pm

    Amusing to see Nero’s un-PC as possible article confirmed again.

  7. Daniel Freeman
    July 24th, 2015 @ 9:25 pm

    OT: BOOM! Fiorina took advantage of Rodham’s silence to define HDR’s extreme abortion position for her. Now HDR can either say something, or leave it out there undenied.

    That’s how it’s done!

  8. DeadMessenger
    July 24th, 2015 @ 10:48 pm

    I’d enjoy seeing her in a debate. She thinks fast.

  9. LoneSage
    July 24th, 2015 @ 11:19 pm

    Lesbian divorce gets nasty. The saying of hell has no fury like a woman scorned comes to mind.

  10. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    July 25th, 2015 @ 9:10 am

    They say cat fights are the best in high school. Good times. Good times.

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  12. Neo
    July 25th, 2015 @ 4:53 pm

    We tried to protect our gays from this sort of drama, but alas …

  13. Daniel Freeman
    July 25th, 2015 @ 8:27 pm

    I just stumbled on the perfect quote (emphasis in the original):

    Finally, what are voters meant to take away from a candidate’s speech, platform, or appearance? The candidate’s story, of course. That’s why it is imperative to understand messaging. Not only will a politician tell his own story, he will also attempt to define the opposing party or candidate’s narrative for him. He who controls that narrative wins.

  14. Mike G.
    July 25th, 2015 @ 9:11 pm

    Yeah, they wouldn’t let cooler heads prevail, eh. They have sown the wind, let them reap the whirlwind…or something like that.

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  17. Durasim
    July 25th, 2015 @ 10:24 pm

    “Johnson announced she was pregnant by using donated sperm.”

    Based on these latest revelations, one wonders if she actually had to resort to the turkey baster.

  18. Ronda Hall
    July 26th, 2015 @ 6:50 am
  19. Jordanwashington
    July 26th, 2015 @ 9:06 am

    …………..1=39Now Get this theothermccain

  20. gastorgrab
    July 26th, 2015 @ 2:24 pm

    Should I point out that we only legalized Gay marriage?

    Gay divorce is still illegal. They’re stuck with each other. 😉

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  22. Gunga
    July 27th, 2015 @ 8:00 am

    A friend recently hired a lesbian assistant (why he needed assistance with lesbians remains a mystery). On the day the SCOTUS found gay marriage in the Constitution she announce to the office that she was married and produced the wedding pictures…beautiful ceremony on a beach in North Carolina. She left her wife shortly after the wedding due to the beatings… Strangely, when asked if she would divorce, she responded, “Why?” Turned out that neither “bride” was interested in actually BEING married. They just wanted a wedding, “Like all girls do.” Metonymy, plain and simple.