“Vertasha and I knew we were attracted to each other when she was sixteen,” Mary Carter said.
“But we decided to wait to have sex until she was eighteen, legally of age. We are now going public with our relationship to help others who might be in gay mother/daughter relationship feel confident and okay about coming out. We want the world to know we love each other as mother and daughter and romantically.”
Yes, you read this right!
Laws forbid incest mostly because of inbreeding and the birth defects that can often come as a consequence. Not to mention the fact that it is of the devil.
“We’re women, so Vertasha and I obviously can’t make children,” Mary Carter said. “It’d be one thing if her daddy (he’s out of the picture) got her pregnant and a baby was born with deformities, but we’re not hurting anyone. We’re a new minority and just want acceptance.”
There in lyes the problem with this woman and people like her. They are under the false assumption that they should be accepted now matter how they decide to live their lives. These people confuse acceptance with advocacy.
Vertasha is apparently happy with the relationship as well.
“My mom is still my mom. She does normal mom stuff: buys me clothes, pays for food, tells me to make our bed. We just happen to enjoy sex with each other too.” This poor girl is being abused and she doesn't even know it.