Mother reveals how she became a surrogate for gay supermarket worker who was desperate to become a father
Source: Mail Online
By CLAIRE DUFFIN
Anne-Marie Casson has told how she became a surrogate for her gay son
Became pregnant with a donor egg fertilised by sperm from Kyle Casson
The boy, Miles, was born last year at full term and is now eight months old
Mrs Casson, 46, offered to have the baby with her husband's consent
The process, at a private IVF clinic, cost between £12,000 and £14,000
Their son's previous plans to have IVF child with another woman relative collapsed
Thought to be the first single man in UK to have a child through surrogacy
It's an ironic headline, considering how hard this Florida beach town is trying to tame Spring Break. Panama City has more churches than it has bars—but one church has positioned itself more like a strip club than a sanctuary for the season. Yes, really.
The Panama City News Herald shows photos of The Life Center's banner inviting youth to naked paint parties and slumber-party Sundays that promise the "sexiest ladies on the beach." The everyday party is called Spring Break Amnesia. It's been running since Feb. 28—and a pastor who was recently arrested on charges of giving drugs to a minor and forcing himself on her masterminded it.
The Good News Club, affiliated with Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF), is offered as an after school program at Fairbanks Elementary School in Churchville. Parents grant permission for their children to attend the club, which teaches lessons from the Bible using music, games and other activities.
“Our ministry is dedicated to helping children in 150 countries around the world to know God and learn from the Bible,” a permission slip from the organization reads.
However, when local atheists found out about the program, they decided to launch an after school group of their own for children. The Better News Club is now offering the program Young Skeptics to elementary school students, likewise with the permission of parents.
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