Freudian Twits

Are Carrie Prejean’s Parents Gay?


Repressed feelings toward her parents are to blame! TMZ: Carrie’s parents filed for divorce in 1988 and the divorce and custody fights went on for more than a decade — it was a divorce filled with homosexual allegations hurled by both sides. In one of the docs, Carrie’s dad describes a confrontation he had with her mom in 1996, in which he recounts an argument in a restaurant parking lot, where ‘Ms. Prejean accused me, in front of our daughter, of homosexuality.’ The papers also quote a court-appointed doctor who said ‘The mother questioned [within hearing of the girls] whether [her father] was a homosexual or had a homosexual roommate.’ Carrie’s mom says the ‘gay’ allegations went both ways. In court papers dated May 16, 2000, a report from the court-appointed counselor says ‘The mother also alleges the father told the girls their stepfather was gay, that all men with mustaches are gay.’ The father’s response: ‘The father acknowledges talking with the girls about the stepfather’s brother being gay, not the stepfather.’”

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  • PaulD

    Aw, remember, kids: Gay marriage is a sin. But straight divorce is A-OK in Jesus’s eyes.

    Malachi 2:16: “I hate divorce, says the Lord God of Israel.”

  • Val

    Enough already! I’m so SICK of hearing about Carrie Prejean!!!

  • bobito

    @Val: I am so with you on that! Isn’t it time to relegate Carrie Prejean and Joe (not his real name) the Plumber (not his real job) to the obscurity they so richly deserve?

  • Nickadoo

    Y’know, I’m as guilty of indulging in a little schadenfreude as the next guy. The continuous dumping on this girl, though, is becoming nothing more than an obnoxious distraction that seems bolster the “Beauty vs. The Beast” narrative that anti-gay marriage folks have so craftily calculated. No one is talking about marriage equality. Instead the conversation is, “Why are they picking on this poor, dumb, pretty girl?” Enough already.

  • Bob

    This whole episode is proof again that while the gay community expects tolerance/acceptance, they are unwilling to extend the same in kind to others. Ms. Prejean was asked a very specific question by a very intolerant blogger, and because she answered it “the wrong way” she is being hounded out of office by the PC police, eager to dig up whatever dirt they can find.

    I am so tired of the whiny, self-righteous “victim” mentality of the gay crowd. If you want tolerance then try showing it to others.

  • sal(the original)

    @PaulD: lmao funny

  • dgz

    okay, the nude pics and implants are one thing. er, two. okay, three (if each boob counts as one). these are behaviors that aren’t evil, but are also *deliberately* public examples of her willingness to shirk traditional values when it suits her.

    BUT digging through a private party’s past in an effort to embarass her is not cool. sure, this explains a lot about her mindset and the deep current of homophobia in her acrimonious family, but you can’t blame her for the sins of her parents. it’s simply distasteful.

  • Andrew

    It sounds to me that her family has always been intolerant of gay people. Instead of her Mother and Father divorcing because they may actually have been gay, they used it as an insult and a way of hurting each other, in turn, perpetuating an intolerance in their children.

  • KitKat

    All is fair in love and war. If Prejean repudiates NOM and stops any further attacks on gay marriage, then people will stop talking about her and digging up her past. As a public figure, she could have expected no less.

  • KitKat

    I’ve been reading with great interest Susan Thistlewaite’s article that many Christians subscribe to the penal theory of salvation, which says that they not only worship Jesus, but pain and suffering itself and inflict pain and suffering on others to save them. All of this controversy that Prejean has injected into her life and the lives of people around her is just her way of seeking a kind of Christian salvation. If she wants that salvation, she’ll hate and promote hate to the bitter end, until she is old and as ugly on the outside as she is on the inside.

  • Mike Barton

    Well, that explains what she meant about opposite marriage…

  • bbb

    @dgz: Well you know what they say about Karma? If you only knew this family and what they have done to others? If you read all the court docs in all the marriages, your hair would stand on ends. It is hideous….
    You would think that a representative of California would possess
    just a tiny bit of intregrity; not a lot, just a bit…..Hypocrite is an understatement in this situation…You’ll see. I have no idea how these people got this far. Beauty comes from within as well.

  • osocubano

    Frankly, my dear…

  • Dr Shrink

    That does it. Send her off to the Taliban. Not only should she not be seen, but also not heard.

  • Tony

    Carrie fills the Sarah Palin void we are feeling. We need an ignorant porny Christian to really illustrate the stupidity of antigay bigotry. Bigots are stupid by nature. When they are funny we are able to use our laughter for cathartic purposes. Laughing at those who seek to steal our rights and destroy our families along with our hopes and dreams seems to take the edge off.

  • Bob

    I repeat, I’m so sick of the whiny, self-righteous, victim mentality of the gay community. If you expect respect and tolerance then try showing it to those who disagree with you. Ms. Prejean wasn’t meanspirited or “homophobic” (what a wonderful label to dismiss everything)in her comments. She simply stated an opinion that most Americans hold. Fpr that she has been excoriated by the whiny PC crowd.

    Time to grow up kids!

  • Rainfish

    Shut up, Bob. You sound like the vinegar in her douche bag.

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