• Too sad for words — XGay Greg’s wife is 11 months pregnant

     

    Remember Xgay Greg? He’s the formerly gay fellow who makes videos, he’s got a sticker-filled car filled with x-gay messages, he even wears loud embroidery on his shirt announcing his x-gay-manship.

    Well, a sharp eyed reader named “Tonya” updated me on this story. Here’s what I found:

    XGay Greg’s wife has this to say on her Facebook page on February 18:

    I want to ask you all something. WHAT DOES IT TAKE FOR YOU TO BELIEVE IN MIRACLES? Twenty three years ago, my husband Xgay Greg had a vasectomy. So technically we shouldn’t be expecting but God is having His way because we said he could do whatever he wants with us. Then in early April of last year God told us we were “expecting” and Greg and I both said to him, “Great!” I didn’t pee on a prego test for at least 1 month because the Lord asked me to believe Him at his word. So, I waited until he gave us the green light…and the pregnancy test showed a (+) result. Then around 16 weeks we felt a little pressured and took a trip to the Carolina Pregnancy Center, (a faith based center that does NOT do abortions); they just give help to expecting parents. A woman took me into a back room to administer a pregnancy test and as we were waiting, she interviewed me. When she was done with her questions she looked at me and said, “Mrs. Haislip, according to this, you aren’t pregnant.” I got up from the chair and said, “Hmm, thank you for your time.” I went out to the lobby and said, “Honey, let’s go.” When we got outside the Lord spoke to me and said, “Are you going to believe that test or are you going to believe the report of the Lord? Who’s report are you going to believe?” I told Greg what happened and I told him what the Lord was saying to me. We stood resolute about what God had said, continuing to live by faith. FAITH IS NEVER CONVENIENT. Onlookers and family have continued to see my belly grow…some giving into fear, others excited, and even more just growing more curious. That’s not all. A couple of weeks after that, I saw blood in the toilet. I immediately said, “Lord, you know what’s going on and I trust you.” He put a calm over me and his presence comforted me. By his Holy Spirit I knew he was saying to me to get Greg and show him what I saw, so I did. When Greg looked in the toilet I told him what the Lord was saying to me, “Are you going to believe what you see or are you going to believe the report of the Lord?” We stood there for just a moment and then flushed the toilet saying, “We’re going to believe the report of the Lord.” Now before becoming pregnant, my periods were irregular. From week 18 on until even now, I have been having monthly periods. I could tell that my faith was growing because I would see the blood and say, “Oh, you’re no big deal for God”. I said to the Lord, “How am I supposed to know when I’m due?” and he said from the time I told you. So from that our projected due date was around the first of the year. The 1st day of January had come and my wonderful mother-in-law thought for sure that we were going to have a Christmas baby. But then the idea of a Christmas baby turned to a new year’s baby, then turned to a valentines baby and here we are on the 18th of February still waiting by faith that our miracle will come. I want to remind you all that Greg and I live with my inlaws and so my mother in law inspects me daily to see the “growing progress”. There have been a couple of times that I thought “this might be it” and then the contractions would discontinue. Even though it might seem our miracle has been delayed, it really hasn’t. People think that our estimated time for the delivery MUST have been incorrect but they are mistaken. The Lord has prolonged this pregnancy to get people’s attention. See it would be easy to think that if a woman gives birth even though she had her uterus removed that it’s definitely a miracle. But to say that a delay in a pregnancy is a miracle is much harder to believe because people think that if something is late, then there must be something wrong. There is nothing wrong…well, except for the fact that God has to do something unusual to get your attention. He is not satisfied with where your faith is. Faith doesn’t grow on trees, it grows as you go through valleys keeping your heart and mind fixed on Him. For Sarah in the Bible her faith had to grow just to believe that she could become pregnant at such an elderly age! One of the reasons God wanted her to be pregnant as an old woman was so he could get HIS PEOPLE’S ATTENTION! That’s what God has asked me to do today…get your attention. If you have been stagnant in your faith in Jesus Christ, let this be your clarion call. It’s true that you only need faith the size of a mustard seed to see things happen, but that’s not where your faith is supposed to stay! It’s supposed to grow! So I say again, what does it take for you to believe in miracles? God is still a miracle working God but your faith limits the miracles he can produce in you. Do you want to know for yourself that I Am is the God of supernatural occurrences? Then get rid of your doubt and start believing that with Him, ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE! Our miracle hasn’t arrived yet and we’re pleased to announce that we still have peace, and I still have a growing belly. We will give a HUGE announcement when the arrival has come. Blessings to you all, Dede. ps. sorry that two of these pictures are hazy, Greg had brought the camera in from outside and it was really cold. Love you all! Mwahhh!

    This was followed (as you can see from the pic) by photos of her very “pregnant” belly. I didn’t include any links because this poor women is ill, but her story is important. Hopefully someone will read this who can help her.

    I can’t tell you how sad I was as I read this. She needs to get to a doctor.

     

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    Article by: Beth Erickson

    I'm Beth Ann Erickson, a freelance writer, publisher, and skeptic. I live in Central Minnesota with my husband, son, and two rescue pups. Life is flippin' good. :)

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    1. I seem to remember that Queen Mary (Bloody Mary Tudor) suffered from the same condition. He husband was the King of Spain. Her pregnancy kept stretching out longer and longer, I think she made it to 13 months from the last time he was in the same country as his wife. She died not long after, some kind of tumor I think.

      Mary just like this woman seem to both have a political agenda for being pregnant. Mary needed this baby to assure the Catholic throne for England, and also that God had blessed her rule as a Catholic Queen. This sad woman has a agenda not unlike Mary’s.

      If God really wanted to get people’s attention, I think he would give her a bigger voice besides Facebook.

      Very sad.

    2. oh gosh, I am so worried she has some serious illness. A tumor, or something that she is retaining water, or who knows. I hope that soon she gets to a physician, I’m sure there must be good “Christian” doctors she could see, that could gently tell her this baby is never ever going to come. Heartbreaking, but then she is with someone suffering from a delusion you can “cure” being gay.

          1. Laurie has there ever been postings on the father’s page? I totally understand why he would have removed all mentions of a baby. When you say a hoax to you mean that the “mother” is posting fake posts or that someone is posting these on her page (or are you saying it is a fake FB page?)

            Is there something besides FB to know what is happening?

            1. There are monetary donations at play and when the “miracle” finally comes, the donations stop. So just stay pregnant with a miracle from God. She isn’t delusional, she is a con-artist.

      1. I wish. It appears legit. They’ve got a webpage, videos, Q&A page, and each has a Facebook page. Feel free to Google and poke around. Their information is eerily close to my husband’s ex-gay evangelist cousin’s pages. Very strange, indeed.

    3. On March 14th she posted this status to her Facebook page….

      “Dear Friends, Family, and on-lookers,
      Just wanted to let you all know that I went to see a physician today and all is well. I have a follow-up appointment on my 40th BD…presents are welcome. So for your sake, CALM DOWN!!”

      I’m calling bullshit.

        1. Yup. She took down her pregnancy pics, too. Any doc in their right mind would have admitted her to a hospital. I hope a kind person is with her when this finally unravels in her mind.

          1. Thanks for the updates. Was just thinking of this poor woman. If she got pregnant in early April 2012 (God announced that she was pregnant then) then she would be very quickly approaching her 12th month.

            She took down the pregnancy photos? I assume that means she knows she is not going to have a baby. What now?

            1. It’s hard to say. She may emerge from the situation quit disillusioned, we could witness some very interesting mental gymnastics, who knows. It’ll be interesting to see what happens, although it’s possible we’ll never know.

      1. Yes, it’s hard to tell where lying ends and delusion begins. From what I hear, she’s still “pregnant.” Thanks for your comment.

    4. Just took a look at her FB feed and people are commenting on the baby’s due date. The people who are commenting are probably not christians. They are asking nicely what the OBGYN said, and how the pregnant is going. But one person has that “marriage equality” avatar. She isn’t answering.

      1. I just checked it out. Barely anything new, but I’m glad people are asking questions. Plus, they’re polite. I can’t imagine how this will turn out. Thanks for the update! If you hear anything, please let me know. I’ll do the same.

    5. False pregnancy, clinically termed pseudocyesis, is the belief that you are expecting a baby when you are not really carrying a child. People with pseudocyesis have many, if not all, symptoms of pregnancy — with the exception of an actual fetus. This unusual condition accounts for one to six out of every 22,000 live births.

      1. Great information. Thanks for sharing. This situation is evidently more common than I thought. I occasionally check out Dede’s Facebook page and… no baby. No mention of baby, either. This is a truly sad situation. I hope she received some medical care.

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