Secular stupidity : Of same-sex marriage, mother /child bonding , fisting, scat and anal penetration in Britain

Secular  stupidity  apparently  know  no  bounds.

In the mind  of  secularists  the  addition is  apparently  easy.

Man  + Man  =  Man + Woman 

Secular  commitment  to fisting, felching, rimming, farming, scat, anal penetration  etc trumps  even  possible  advantages  to  mother / child  bonding  produced  by  breast  feeding in the once Great  Britain.

See : http://www.hardcell.org.uk/en/playroom/

http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,2101344_2101158_2101155,00.html

Top 10 New Findings in Parenting

3. Breast-Feeding Is Important to Mother-Baby Bonding

By Bonnie RochmanWednesday, Dec. 07, 2011
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Breast milk may be the key to mother-baby bonding, according to research that found that breast-feeding mothers demonstrate stronger brain responses when they hear their baby cry. They’re also more likely than formula-feeding moms to bond with their babies, says a study published in the May issue of the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.

Researchers at the Child Study Center at Yale University performed functional MRIs (fMRIs) on nine breast-feeding moms and eight formula feeders about a month after their babies were born. Participants listened to clips of their own baby and an unknown child crying, as researchers analyzed which areas of their brains lit up. Breast-feeding mothers registered greater activity in the relevant brain regions than formula-feeding moms, although all mothers’ brains reacted more in response to their own infant’s cries than to an unknown’s.

Although the sample was tiny, researchers say the study was the first to make a connection between brain activity and maternal behavior. Hormones may also play a role. Oxytocin, which is involved in breast-milk letdown, helps foster emotional bonding between infants and mothers; its levels are higher in breast-feeding moms.

Psychological factors can’t be discounted either. “Moms who decide to breast-feed might be reflecting a general tendency of mothers to be more empathetic to their infants, or perhaps they were more able to bond easily with their fetus when they were making the decision about wanting to breast-feed,” says lead researcher Pilyoung Kim, a developmental psychologist at the National Institutes of Mental Health who worked at Yale when the research was conducted.

 

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2274128/More-Tory-MPs-vote-David-Cameron-PMs-gay-marriage-gets-thanks-Labour-Lib-Dems.html#axzz2K4texVKP

Cameron humbled by gay marriage vote rebellion: More Tory MPs vote against Cameron than for him as PM’s bill gets through thanks to Labour and Lib Dems

  • 134 Tory MPs opposed and 126 backed the plans, with 35 abstaining
  • Cameron sees the measure passed with the help of Labour and Lib Dems
  • First gay marriages likely to be conducted within 12 months

By JAMES CHAPMAN

PUBLISHED: 23:37 GMT, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:42 GMT, 6 February 2013

Passed: Prime Minister David Cameron, pictured here leaving Downing Street today, has seen his gay marriage bill go through with the help of Labour and Lib DemsPassed: Prime Minister David Cameron, pictured here leaving Downing Street today, has seen his gay marriage bill go through with the help of Labour and Lib Dems

David Cameron suffered a humiliating reverse last night when more than half his MPs rejected his 11th-hour appeals for support for same-sex marriage.

On an extraordinary day in the Commons, 134 Tory MPs took advantage of a free vote to oppose the plans. Only 126 backed the legislation, with 35 abstaining.

But with the help of the majority of Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs Mr Cameron saw the measure passed easily, by a margin of 400 to 175. The first gay marriages are likely to be conducted within 12 months.

The standard bearer of the Tory Right, Iain Duncan Smith, voted in favour of same-sex unions, but the Government’s top lawyer, Dominic Grieve, astonished colleagues by abstaining.

A source close to Mr Grieve said: ‘He is a practising member of the Church of England and it has caused a lot of hurt and upset for the church.’

Cabinet ministers who voted against the measure included Environment Secretary Owen Paterson, who told colleagues that ‘biddies don’t like botties’, and Welsh Secretary David Jones.

They were joined by Simon Burns, Esther McVey and John Hayes.

Mr Cameron has been accused of needlessly splitting his party and prioritising an issue important to only a handful of voters. One poll suggests 70 per cent of voters now see the Tories as divided.

Despite the vote being deemed one of conscience, Tory MPs had been left in no doubt that the party leadership wanted as many as possible to vote in favour.

 

Senior ministers including George Osborne, William Hague and Theresa May were wheeled out on the eve of the debate to make the case.

Senior Tories had suggested before the vote it was crucial for Mr Cameron to win over more than half of his party – a benchmark he failed to meet.

However, several Tories who rejected the measure said they objected to being described as ‘rebels’, since it was a free vote. Labour also suffered a split, with 22 of its MPs voting against.

Passed: The Commons voted in favour of same-sex weddings by 400 votes to 175, a majority of 225Passed: The Commons voted in favour of same-sex weddings by 400 votes to 175, a majority of 225

Rebels: A total of 134 Tory MPs took advantage of a free vote to oppose the plans. Only 126 backed the legislation, with 35 abstainingRebels: A total of 134 Tory MPs took advantage of a free vote to oppose the plans. Only 126 backed the legislation, with 35 abstaining

A handful of Liberal Democrats – including former children’s minister Sarah Teather – did likewise.

The Prime Minister said: ‘I am a strong believer in marriage. It helps people commit to each other and I think it is right that gay people should be able to get married too.

‘This is, yes, about equality. But it is also about making our society stronger. I know there are strong views on both side of the argument – I accept that. But this is an important step forward for our country.’

But Graham Brady, the chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee, expressed doubts over the Government’s assurances that faith groups will not be forced to conduct gay marriages.

Public split over issue

And Cheryl Gillan, the former Welsh secretary, said: ‘This legislation was not in our manifesto, it was not in the coalition agreement and it was not in the Queen’s speech.’

Sir Roger Gale, Tory MP for North Thanet, accused Mr Cameron of an ‘Orwellian’ attempt to redefine marriage.

He prompted uproar as he suggested the Government might as well allow civil unions between all people ‘irrespective of their sexuality or their relationship … that means brothers and brothers and sisters and sisters and brothers and sisters as well’.

Margot James, a leading modernising MP, accused the Church of England and anti-gay marriage campaigners of a ‘deliberate’ attempt to distort the debate by falsely claiming faith groups would be forced to conduct same-sex ceremonies.

She warned the Conservatives risked alienating mainstream voters in the same way as US Republicans if they failed to embrace social changes such as equal marriage.

The MP for Stourbridge, who is gay, told the Commons: ‘My party should never flinch from the requirement that we must continue this progression, otherwise we may end up like the Republican party who lost an election last year that they could have won were it not for their socially conservative agenda.’

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said: ‘We will look back on today as a landmark for equality in Britain.’

Labour leader Ed Miliband said: ‘This is a proud day and an important step forward in the fight for equality in Britain.’

Colin Hart, of the Coalition for Marriage, which has opposed the legislation, said: ‘This result is a disaster for David Cameron. Despite a personal plea from the PM his MPs have overwhelmingly rejected gay marriage. Mr Cameron must think again.’

Last night was not the first time Mr Cameron has gone into the Commons division lobbies with a minority of his MPs over gay rights.

In 2007, on a free vote, he was among fewer than half of his party who supported gay adoption.

The previous biggest Tory split on a free vote was under Mr Duncan Smith in 2003, when the party split over reform of the House of Lords.

Tony Blair suffered a bigger loss of support over foxhunting in 2004.

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