Married lesbian trio contract sperm donor to consolidate union

Married lesbian trio contract sperm donor to consolidate union

Three insane Massachusetts women who turned lesbian have contracted a heterosexual sperm donor to help them consolidate their union after marrying each other in a three way marriage.

The youngest of the three, Kitten, 27, is six months pregnant via an unknown sperm donor.

Doll, Kitten and Brynn Young exchanged vows in a commitment ceremony last August, with all three brides wearing white and traditional wedding veils.

“I cried watching Doll and Kitten walk down the aisle toward me with their dads,” Brynn told The Sun newspaper of London.

“After we said our vows, Doll and Kitten kissed me first then each other.”

No state in the union recognizes three-way marriages — but these unusual women insist their unconventional union is very real to them.

“In our eyes, we are married,” said Brynn, 34, a computer programmer.

“We had specialist lawyers draw up paperwork so our assets are equally divided.”

Brynn and Kitten were married 2½ years ago in Massachusetts, before adding Doll to their household mix.

“The three of us have always wanted kids and wanted to grow our family,” said Kitten.

“We decided that I’d be the one to carry the babies because I’d like to be a full-time [mother].”

The women sleep together in the same bed, and have sex as a threesome — as well as in pairs — they told The Sun.

However, following their inability to conceive children from their unorthodox sexual relationship, they decided unanimously to solicit the help of a heterosexual man to donate sperm to consolidate their union.

Many critics of the homosexual rights agitation base their argument on the fact that homosexuals can’t really exist without having to rely on heterosexuals to help create them or procreate whereas the latter can exist with or without homosexuals.

Human right activists have also questioned the rationale behind giving rights to homosexuals which covertly intrude on the right of innocent children born by heterosexuals whom homosexuals adopt to consolidate their union. Isn’t human right that which stops where another person’s rights beginnings?

Massachusetts, 16 other states and the District of Columbia all recognize same-gender unions. The Bay State in 2004 became the first in America to recognize gay marriage.

Kitten said their relationship satisfies her need for a “traditional” marriage.

“I’d always wanted to get married, and Doll and Brynn indulged my wishes,” she said.

“I had a very traditional upbringing, and marriage had always been an important symbol of commitment for me.”

A rep for the state’s attorney general declined to comment on the three-way union while the women refused to disclose the identity of the sperm donor.

Massachusetts law-enforcement sources said they wouldn’t go after any of the ‘lovebirds’ unless the third “wife” sought some kind of recognized marital benefit, such as filing joint tax returns.

Civil Rights International warns that homosexuality is an ‘inhuman’ right and not a human right because it seeks to bring an end to humanity.



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