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Sunday, October 14, 2007

This is just too much

I hesitate to put the "religion" label on these Christian Domestic Discipline ("CDD") posts, but that's the label the practitioners have put on themselves, so...

Our buddy Lydia (the one who is required to ask for a beating every night before 9pm) has a friend. And not the sort of friend who would be helping her with a safety plan or finding a secret signal that could be used to call the police, but a friend who is helping her "normalize" wife abuse.

I don't know why I even look at these things.

Joannie has a really loving husband, especially when she's tired after a long day of working and taking care of the house. He helps her fall asleep by beating her. On Friday, he was even more loving than usual, because she was extra stressed. He beat her extra hard, and when she told him it hurt a lot, he beat her even harder. Then he had his way with her. What a loving husband. It's always nice when sadism and family violence can mix together so smoothly. He should write books like the ones Lydia is now selling. Then even MORE people could think that this is a religious obligation.

Best of all, Joannie's husband is passing this loving lifestyle on to the next generation. Their grandson lets Mr. Joannie know when she needs a beating. Her serious crimes include:

  • Paying one of her daughter's bills
  • Buying candy
  • Being tired
  • Getting upset about the constant interruptions when she's trying to work
  • "Refusing to shut up after a warning"
Joannie's husband is super loving. For example, when they go on trips, she's not allowed to leave their hotel room by herself. I can't imagine what it would be like to be so loved, especially when she is obviously such a bad person that she needs to be beaten to keep her in line.

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1 comments:

A. said...

Joannie needs to learn that paragraphs are our friend.