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Traditional Texas Mother Suspected of Having Sex with 12-yr-old

Traditional American values were exhibited once again this week in Pasadena, TX – the town that boasts of “…a determination to succeed and built a community of strong families.”

Brandi Michelle Fuller, a 30-yr-old single mother and resident of Pasadena, was arrested on June 2 after avoiding police for a few days (according to a video report from a hot reporter named Nefertiti Jaquez) when questions were raised about an inappropriate sexual relationship.

Brandi Fuller
Texan traditional mom and rapist

A friend of Ms. Fuller’s contacted the police after she discovered that her son had been having sex with Ms. Fuller. The unidentified friend is concerned that her son, now 14-yrs-old, may be the father of Ms. Fuller’s 10-month old baby. That child is the youngest of Ms. Fuller’s six children.

The sexual relationship was reported to have begun in 2009, when the boy was 12 years old.

Ms. Fuller claims that the boy forced himself on her. She says that she was sleeping soundly – perhaps dreaming about KFC and her next trip to Target – when she was aroused from her slumber by a twelve-year-old boy “rubbing on her.”

What was her response to being awoken by the horny humping of her friend’s preteen son? She allegedly fucked him.  She “didn’t want to make a big scene” and wake anyone else up. It was just easier to fuck the kid.

Paternity testing will commence to determine who is the father of Ms. Fuller’s child, but in the meantime, we are all reminded of the “meaning of marriage as portrayed in the New Testament” that inspired the passage of a constitutional amendment in Texas that banned recognition of same-sex marriage or any second class designation in the state.

In 2005, Texas voters passed the anti-gay amendment with a 76% majority in favor of the measure.

Following the election, conservative chief counsel for the Liberty Legal Institute Kelly Shackelford, said “Texans from every race and background spoke loudly that they want marriage to be between one man and one woman. They believe that children deserve mom and dad, and they don’t want that tinkered with.”

Texans have gone to great lengths to demonize and marginalize the LGBT families and at the same time are not compelled to take any actions to restrict heterosexual women like Brandi Fuller from having as many children as she wants, whether she is married or not, and with anyone she wants – although they would prefer she chose an adult when exercising her New Testament approved right to fornicate.

The New Testament does authorize random and frequent fornication, right? It must, or Texans would have amended their constitution to defend marriage from attacks by people like Brandi Fuller.

Wouldn’t they?