• Conservative Gubernatorial Candidate Kindly Provides Human Seed for New Zealand Lesbians

    As reported today by the Huffington Post — and possibly Mad Libs — a conservative Alabama gubernatorial candidate was caught donating sperm to lesbians in New Zealand

    Bill Johnson — who ran for governor of Alabama in 2009 — has spent most of this year in Christchurch helping run the earthquake recovery without his wife, Kathy, all the while using the online persona "chchbill" to meet women who want help to get pregnant.

    Helping a childless family conceive is usually an act of kindness and generosity, but this guy managed to make it incredibly selfish and creepy. Despite campaigning as a family-values conservative firmly opposed to gay marriage, Johnson went behind his barren wife’s back to spread his seed to heathen lesbian couples…

    The [New Zealand Herald] quotes the 53-year-old Johnson as saying the urge to become a biological father inspired him to donate sperm, after revealing that his wife couldn't get pregnant following a hysterectomy…

    Johnson discussed making donations to at least nine women, and three are now pregnant, while he has also assisted a further three with donations in the past month. Though Johnson had campaigned for governor on a conservative Christian platform which opposed same-sex marriage, the New Zealand Herald reports several of the women interviewed were in lesbian relationships.

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    Photo of Bill and Kathy Johnson courtesy of BillJohnson.org


    Tags: Alabama, Conservatives, LGBT, Marriage Equality, New Zealand, Republicans

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