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Battering Lesbians: the Sarah Bray Case

November 22, 2013 ( – The full story of Sarah Bray’s phony discrimination charges were explained in detail in this previous article. She claimed that her lesbian lover, Jennifer Clemmer, had tried to commit suicide, and that a Catholic hospital was denying her the right to visit Clemmer because she was gay. It was yet another case of a lesbian making phony discrimination charges, but this story had an even bigger twist: when Clemmer finally became conscious in the hospital, she told the police that Bray had been physically abusing her.

Subsequently, Bray was arrested and remains in prison. Clemmer has expressed that she now fears for her life. Meanwhile, the director of GetEqual Indiana, David Stevens, says, “Oops” and walks away, after whipping up a media firestorm against the hospital that was saved Clemmer’s life. (Don’t ever expect an apology from a gay activist.)

As incredible as all that is, there is an interesting psychological element to this story of a physically abusive lesbian. The relevant part of that story in the Detroit Free Press is this:

When Clemmer returned home at about 10:30 p.m., she said Bray was sitting on the living-room couch with her sons.

“The boys were instructed not to say anything about what is going to happen,” Bray told Clemmer, according to documents.

That’s when Bray allegedly lunged at Clemmer.

Clemmer said Bray dragged her to the ground by her shirt, struck her about five times in the head and neck with a closed fist, grabbed her by the hair and slammed her face into the wood floor, according to documents. The boys witnessed the attack, the affidavit said.

During the incident, Bray said, “So you always want to be the victim, do ya? … You don’t know abuse, I’ve endured abuse my whole life,” Clemmer told investigators, documents said.

Clemmer said she ran toward the bathroom and took six muscle relaxers she had in her pocket to help relieve the pain, according to documents. She collapsed halfway to the bathroom, however, and later woke up in a hospital bed. Documents said Clemmer had scratches and bruises all over her body.

Physical abuse among lesbians is a well-known and common occurrence. This is not surprising if you understand the causes of lesbianism, which are explained in this article. As mentioned, the overriding character trait is anger, and the psychological history is one of abuse.

It is difficult to imagine the degree of rage that Sarah Bray had when she planned this all out. As the story indicates, the entire attack was premeditated, but the description sounds like Bray erupted in a fit of rage. That kind of control and calculation indicates a very deep unquenchable anger that few people can hold. It is like the rage of a serial killer, but such is the rage of a lesbian.

The other thing that characterizes lesbians is a pattern of prior abuse. Sarah Bray is a classic case, as she says, “You don’t know abuse, I’ve endured abuse my whole life.” This is lesbianism in a nutshell.

Unfortunately, this is how lesbians live. Their use as political tool ensures that activists and politicians will continue to block efforts to help treat their psychological problems and will, instead, try to convince them that they are “born this way.”

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November 23, 2013 at 12:52 am Comments (5)

The Lesbian Discrimination Story That Wasn’t

Indianapolis, November 22, 2013 ( – When the story first broke about Sarah Bray and her lesbian partner in an Indianapolis hospital, the news media was full of headlines like these: “Same-sex partner barred from Indiana hospital” and “Sarah Bray Was Barred From Seeing Her Partner in the Hospital, But She’s Still Fighting For Her Rights.” Sarah Bray was making her rounds in the media; gay groups and blogs were electrified with indignation.

The story, as it was first reported, was that Sarah Bray’s partner had been found unconscious in their home after a suicide attempt. After bringing her partner to the Catholic hospital, Franciscan St. Francis Health in Indianapolis, Sarah was reportedly barred from visiting her.

The partner, Jennifer Clemmer, was in the process of adopting Bray’s children and was engaged to Bray after a relationship that was roughly half of a year long. Given that, gay groups concluded that the central problem in this whole story was that this suicidal woman, who was in a six-month relationship, was not able to get married in her home state.

It was the perfect gay story about an “evil,” “hateful,” Catholic hospital forbidding gay love from flourishing. The only problem was that it was not true.

Shortly after this story was printed by Fox 59, they added an update at the bottom of the story, which included this message from the hospital: “Contrary to the reports and social media comments, the significant other of the patient has been granted visitation with the patient regularly since her admission to Franciscan St. Francis.” Then this similar story appeared corroborate that update: “Same-sex partner able to visit patient, contrary to partner’s claims, Indianapolis hospital says.” Despite all of this, Bray was still talking to the media and still accusing the hospital of discrimination.

Yes, Sarah Bray lied and repeatedly made false accusations against the hospital, but the story took an even darker turn as it was revealed that Jennifer Clemmer was in the hospital as a result of domestic abuse, rather than suicide:

Clemmer said Bray dragged her to the ground by her shirt, struck her about five times in the head and neck with a closed fist, grabbed her by the hair and slammed her face into the wood floor, according to documents. The boys witnessed the attack, the affidavit said.

As of today, Sarah Bray remains in jail, and it is Jennifer Clemmer’s fear that is keeping her there:

Bray, 34, who appeared during a bond review hearing this morning, is charged with battery and criminal confinement. The charges came after her live-in partner, Jennifer Clemmer, told investigators that Bray assaulted her after an argument about house cleaning, according to a probable cause affidavit.

Marion County Deputy Prosecutor Chris Kozelichki said Clemmer, who has since been released from the hospital, fears for her safety from Bray.

This is a lesbian love story.

It is odd how blinded people can be by their prejudice. Here we have gay groups claiming hatred on the part Catholics, who were desperately saving the life of the very person who they were accused of hating.

Sadly, while carrying out their Christian work and saving this suicidal, lesbian woman’s life, these Catholics were tormented by the groups who claim to care more about her than they do. The truth is that now that this story is no longer politically useful to these gay groups, Jennifer Clemmer will cease to exist in their minds, except as a story that they can not too soon forget.

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November 22, 2013 at 1:37 pm Comment (1)