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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Lesbian Ali Polizzi's Daddyphobia (originally published on March 22nd)

Note from Blog Owner: I posted every hysterical response to Susan's article which, by the way, I fully support. It's clear that the "jamming" has begun. Jamming is a tactic of the homosexual movement to intimidate anyone who disagrees with their agenda to normalize their deviant lifestyle by accusing them of hatred and homophobia. They stigmatize anyone who points out that their lifestyle is based on a lie. These darling little boys, who are indeed innocent victims, do NOT have two mommies. They have one mommy and a missing daddy who was either a volunteer or anonymous sperm donor. Since these women are very public about what they are doing, they can hardly expect to claim a right to privacy at this point. 
Ali and Amy, the two mommies

When Jamie wrote her article on why she was keeping her children out of the movie theater and away from Disney's Beauty and the Beast with its homosexual characters, there was an outcry from the heterophobes that heterosexuals were homophobic for not wanting to indoctrinate their innocent children to homoerotic love, that is, homosexuality. Remember that the definition of evil is the "corruption of innocence", which is the reason Jamie kept her young children from visually experiencing homosexuality that would begin their corruption. The movie would have visually introduced her children to evil, and Jamie, as their mother, made the good sense decision that that was not what she wanted for her children. 


One of the multiple outraged comments to Jamie's article was from Alirothlizzi, pictured here as one of the wives in her lesbian relationship with her "wife" Ema (Amy Rothman). 

I looked up Ali Polizzi on the Internet and discovered that she had written an article in Gay Parent Magazine 4 years ago in June, 2013. In the article, Daddy, Polizzi expresses bewilderment with a hint of rage, that one day her young son blurted out, "Daddy!" when greeting her. Polizzi and her wife Amy Rothman, passed sarcastic comments back and forth wondering where their 3 year old son (Polizzi's natural son) picked "up that kind of language" because, to lesbians, being called "Daddy" is a dirty word he must have picked up on the streets from children with natural heterosexual parents.

Ali's son is undeniably confused. He wants a Daddy. A man. A father. His confusion of yearning for a real Daddy makes Polizzi furious since she's the lesbian who stays home, "does the dishes" and is "the one who gets flowers on Valentine's Day. Hers is more the "mother" role than Amy's.....Amy who is the breadwinner, "makes the big decisions" and "who charts the family's course through this world." 

Ali wonders: "Why does he look up and curiously decide to call me 'Daddy' "? [Really, Ali? You don't know?] She says she remains calm because, after all, she can handle almost anything since she's a NYC public high school teacher. Ali wonders, "Has anybody experienced this before? Has everybody survived? What are the causes? What are the cures?" After digging deep for answers with Facebook's lesbian mommies and Modern Tribal Momas for advice, Ali turns to the library for help.


I see life through myopic 
rainbow colored lenses
She passes up Heather Has Two Mommies choosing instead to read Do I Have a Daddy? to her son. She says "his eyes were wide with interest and we read together with wild presence..." but she wasn't satisfied with the results so takes another look at Heather Has Two Mommies, which becomes their "nightly ritual read". She has one-on-one chats with her son which "nudged this Daddy stage into a phrase of the past" until he calls her "Mom" again.

Then she writes an expose about her Daddyphobia for Gay Parent Magazine to help other equally Daddyphobic lesbians raising children. [I'm not linking the article from GPM for obvious reasons.]

Since their two boys are exposed to error, lesbians Ali Polizzi and Amy Rothman want Jamie to likewise expose her children to the same unnatural homosexual/lesbian erotic error. While herself exhibiting heterophobia with Daddyphobia in the mix, Ali Polizzi points her finger at Jamie saying she is homophobic. She says Jamie is homophobic for not wanting to take her children to watch a homosexual relationship develop in Disney's Beauty and the Beast while Ali's little son is constantly exposed to the unnatural lesbian relationship between his mother (Ali) and Amy. Seemingly Ali Polizzi wants to even the playing field for all children.

But no matter what Ali does, no matter what she says or writes or what books she reads to her son or what explanation she gives him, he will remain confused forever. Meanwhile Jamie's children, having both a mother and a real father, will never be confused. They know who wears the pants in the house and which parent is their mother. 

So to sum up the situation: Ali Polizzi, clearly a Daddyphobe, is heterophobic against her own son so she accuses Jamie of being homophobic because she (Ali) thinks other people have phobias like she does whereas Jamie doesn't have phobias because she (Jamie) thinks in concert with natural and Divine law. Capisce?




44 comments:

Aussietomt said...

I can just imagine what she would teach the NYC public school students! No wonder their is so much turmoil building when public educators sell their chaotic ideas in schools and universities.
Off to my knees for the Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Litany of Humility, Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin, Daily Novena for the Souls in Purgatory and daily petitions for all and sundry. Spend an hour or more before bed.....but what a delightful way to prepare for a sleep of inner peace!

Ali Rothlizzi said...
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Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Hi Ali, Susan probably hasn't seen your comment yet, but I went ahead and removed the children's last names.

Ali Rothlizzi said...
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Anonymous said...

These children are innocent. No matter what you believe, you should take down images of children (and change the kids' names) whose parents you're singling out with hateful words (whether you agree with me that you're being hateful or not, this post isn't sunshine and roses about REAL PEOPLE and their family). Protect the children you claim to care about in this situation.

Anonymous said...

Susanne, you're a close minded, idiotic Parisee. Your brand of Christianity is why the church lacks influence in the world. You are the worst.

Lindsay83 said...

Soooo.... why do you care what one lesbian thinks about this?? I'm so confused why I should care who this other person is...

Chrysti Reichert said...

This is a form of internet harassment and bullying. I suggest you remove the image and names fully.

I repeat, this is not a discussion it's not dialogue. It is calling an individual out and judging, bullying and name calling an individual person.

Furthermore, it's disgusting you would do all this internet research(stalking) on someone you do not know simply because they commented on a blog entry. I deeply worry about the mental health of such a person who would engage in this type of behavior.

Kimberly Mrow said...

Wow....how Christian of someone to attack someone personally and on a familial level because they said something you disagreed with.

Kimberly Mrow said...

Wow, how very Christian of you to attack somebody on a personal and familial level because they said something you don't agree with.

Jackie said...

*there

Brooke Klotz said...

This article makes me sick. I doubt any mother wants to be called daddy its not daddyphobic...

Raynebogurl said...

I mean honestly, what right do you have to judge? Would Jesus still congregate with these people?? The answer is yes. There are many different types of families. Why pick out one and try to berate them and plaster them on the internet? Would you want someone posting pictures of your family on their blog and blasting your family for something that offends them about you? Jesus Himself never spoke about homosexuality and isn't our job as Christians to try to strive to be more "Christ-like"? For shame!!

Suzanne Beadle said...

How absolutely meanspirited and unchristian. Shame on you Susan.

Anonymous said...

First off, you call yourself a Christian? That's laughable. Also quite self serving to turn on the comments for your blog, but screen which ones are posted. Children need parents, caregivers to love and guide them. That is all. It doesn't matter in the least who wears the pants or what lies beneath those pants. Ali's children aren't confused, they are loved and cared for by two women who will show them the world in all its beautiful diversity. That is amazing.

The Qualk Show said...

Wow. Such hate from a Christian woman. I will pray for you.

Ali Rothlizzi said...
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Ali Rothlizzi said...

Please, our names and pictures too. This is too much.

Kim O'Connor said...

You should remove the names all together. Its illegal and since this article is more shaming than anything else, it tends to discredit you. Also I really dont understand in what ways is The Beauty and the Beast a homosexual story? I thought beauty was a woman and the beast, a man..?

Liz Broke said...

You are what's wrong with today's society! Shame on you! Your children will soon learn that you are filled with hate!!... NOT LOVE from keeping your children away from a charter in a movie. Cheese and rice grow up and let the children grow up to know that this will be the norm even if you want to shelter your kids from it or not.

Anonymous said...

You are what's wrong with today's society! Shame on you! Your children will soon learn that you are filled with hate!!... NOT LOVE from keeping your children away from a charter in a movie. Cheese and rice grow up and let the children grow up to know that this will be the norm even if you want to shelter your kids from it or not.

Mommy Life x2 said...

I can't speak to Ali's comments as I didn't see them but did read the beauty and the beast post and made several comments myself. Jamie was not called out as a homophobe simply because of her refusal to take her kids to see the movie. You do you but do not tell me that my family is "unnatural" as was said in the comments from the moderator of Jamie's post. My 20 month old daughter with a Mommy (me) and a Mama (my wife who carried) is very well adjusted and overwhelmingly loved. She will be exposed to straight people like her grandparents and her Aunts and our friends and she will ask questions about why her cousins have a Daddy and we will educate her on the different types of families. This is an approach I would suggest Jamie take. My child will most likely encounter homophobic people at some point in her life and that is a result of people like yourself and Jamie who would rather belittle and judge those of us who are living a different lifestyle then lovingly prove what The Jesus you claim to be devoted to is really supposed to be about. Thankfully my daughter will be raised to understand that some people are raised in hate and lack of knowledge as well as lack of common curtesy. She will be taught to respond with respect and will be educated so that she may educate.

Kelly Whitfield said...

What the hell is wrong with you? How do you sleep at night after spewing vitriol like this?

Kelly Whitfield said...

Also--beauty and the beast is a love story about a woman falling in love with a human-animal hybrid creature. How is that not an outrage? Shouldn't it be, if it's "unnatural?"

Those children have two mothers, and no father. That's okay, because families come in all varieties. A mother teaching her child the difference between a mother and a father identity isn't wrong. It's factually correct.

Roe said...

Hi Mary Ann Kreitzer. My name is Roe Antinore. I am Ali's Aunt. I am respectfully asking if you would please take the pictures of my nephews off this blog. Thank you so much for your consideration to my request.

Anonymous said...

Who is looking at life from the catholic point of view??? Sure...with all the rev. Fathers raping young girls in africa ..that must be a lovely view. Because God's greatest command was Love not Judge. Go say 20 hail mary? Your sins are forgiven , internal fool

Kimberly said...

Wow. I don't even have eloquent words for your ignorance and hatred.
Mind your own business, get a LIFE, and leave this family alone! You're trespassing on criminal territory here.

Abbanapper said...

This is a terrible breach of someone's life...to bring per family into it and critique it, you lose any level of dignity and therefore any argument you had was lost. Christian values my rear end.

Elise Feldman said...

Take down this person's picture and name. Particularly since there are children in that photo. And you name them. Now THAT is corrupting innocents.

Jennifer Hallgarth said...

this is sick and you should be ashamed of yourself for your actions

Ruth ku said...

They lick anuses.

sbe said...

This is awful. I can't believe you call yourself a Christian. Also- to post pictures of their babies and post their names?!? I'm appalled!

ML Butler said...

You know, I am a part of a lesbian family with two boys. And in spite of all of the creepy heterosexual imagery in Beauty and the Beast, after watching it I still feel pretty gay. Better luck next time Disney. Stay classy Susan and take down the photo and identifiers.

Riding Rainbows said...


There are six things that the LORD hates, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers.

– Proverbs 6:16-19[7]

Susan Matthiesen said...

I used the SAME PICTURE with the same names identifying the people in it that Ali Polizzi herself and Gay Parent Magazine had in Ali's "Daddy" article.

Anonymous said...

A truly ignorant article, and I use the word article loosely. How dare you publicly shame this beautiful family because you simply don't understand. Also give me a break with the Beauty and the Beast, as it is about Stockholm syndrome something truly disgusting but you don't see that as long as its a heterosexual relationship. Get a clue.

Anonymous said...

Take down the pictures of the kids this is utterly distasteful.

Anonymous said...

And this is the reason I'm having a really hard time staying in the Catholic church or Christianity in general. I know not all are like this, but this was a horrible horrible thing to do to this family. Who are you to judge?

Susan Matthiesen said...

Just to answer a few of your questions: There's nothing wrong with me. I sleep fine at night. My mental health is fantastic. I used the same picture and names Ali herself used in her article in Gay Parent Magazine 4 years ago. Did anyone complain about the picture or names then? Is Ali's aunt equally asking GPM to remove the pictures in Ali's original article from 2013? (Guess not...it's still there.)

This demonstrates that no one can reason with the left. When Ali used the SAME picture 4 years ago, did any of you rush to GPM with complaints? BTW - I am totally on the little boy's side.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

All the ranting and raving aside, these women have publicly proclaimed their lesbian relationship and it was they who published their children's names and pictures. They are clearly out and proud. So I frankly am astonished at all this outrage. And I note that some of you folks commenting here are the same ones who had no problem trying to "shame" Jamie because she won't take her children to see Beauty and Beast.

Sorry you don't like the truth. Homosexuality is disordered. Two women cannot contract a marriage, and children have two biological parents who are male and female. That is normal and in accordance with the natural law.

Susan and I are both pray for all our visitors. Life is short and then we meet God. And two of the four sins that cry to heaven for vengeance are sodomy and the murder of innocence. Sometimes the truth hurts. But lies kill as our murderous abortion culture so amply illustrates.

Anonymous said...

No one can reason with the left? Lest you forget the Catholic church stood with Democrats for decades.

Anonymous said...

This article has nothing to do with abortion so how dare you make that comparison. These women love their children and care for them.

Anonymous said...

You are about to get sued.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Contraception, abortion, sodomy, and other sexual sins are all part of the seamless garment of death in our culture. Once you say you can do anything you want with your body, you have joined the dance of death. We don't own ourselves. We belong to God. And it is his law that forbids all this.