Julia Allison Thinks The Gays Are Like A New Vibrator or A Fancy Purse

Photo Credit: Stereotyping Bitch With Juicy Labia on Her Face

Eh, we kind of are, if The A-List New York is to be believed.

Can you request a gay boy? Bc I want one! RT @brit: In American fertility clinics, 75% of couples are requesting girls, not boys #TEDWomen

Excuse me while I take a break from having the root of my cock squeezed by some dude’s anal sphincter — I didn’t get his name, I am at a bathhouse, after all — to tell her that she can go fuck herself.

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0 Responses to Julia Allison Thinks The Gays Are Like A New Vibrator or A Fancy Purse

  1. Julia's Too Small Tutu says:

    Babies are accessories in her world, just like Lily, so why shouldn’t she request a child’s sexuality? She has no idea that gay men aren’t all walking, talking stereotypes who want to play dress up with her.

  2. The Manta says:

    So she can dress him up in a pink tutu because in Donkeytown all gay men are screaming fairies?

  3. The Pelterina says:

    You know what scares me? The idea of Julia procreating, single mother style. I would feel so bad for the kid. I mean imagine her as a mom. That poor kid.

  4. Julia's Secret Boyfriend says:

    That photo is pretty WHOREific.

  5. Elle says:

    Re: that statistic: weird. I would rather have a boy if I were choosing.

    • PinkPalatian says:

      As the mother of two boys, I concur. Nothing against girls — I was/am one — but from what I understand, the teen years are horrid with girls. And considering how weird things are with my teenage son, I can’t imagine going through it with hormones added in…

      In any case, why a *gay* boy? I’m really starting to think she’s losing her marbles completely.

      • zandra - edibles lover! says:

        because then she wouldn’t even have to shill for hair & nails.

        (because obvs all gay boys grow up to be hairdressers & nail techs)

      • Slutty Catbanger says:

        Boys have hormones, too.

      • PinkPalatian says:

        Oops, yes, they do — but what I meant was that (so far) my son’s hormones haven’t led him to do the things *I* did as a teenager going through puberty, like slamming doors and bursting into tears/screaming at my mother for no reason, etc.

    • zandra - edibles lover! says:

      me too.. i thought you weren’t allowed to choose the sex? like, if you’re using a fertility clinic shouldn’t you be grateful for ANY child?

    • Julia's Too Small Tutu says:

      I don’t want kids at all but I would want a girl, nothing against boys but I find them rather dull. Give me a bitchy teenage girl and I’ll give you a future go getter.

      • Afghani Facebook Friend says:

        Give me a bitchy teenage girl and I’ll give you a future go getter
        —————————
        … so you want a Julia?

      • zandra - edibles lover! says:

        bitchy does not translate to ‘future go-getter’. it translates to bitch.

      • Jacy says:

        I have a niece and a nephew. Not to stereotype, but the nephew was a way easier kid to raise, easygoing, non-tantrum-y, a genuinely kind-hearted boy. I love my niece and she’s grown into an interesting young adult, but the ages of 12 to 19 were hell on Earth for my sister. My nephew’s teen years have been uneventful — worst thing to happen is he got relatively uncommunicative.

      • zandra - edibles lover! says:

        my mother worried because as a kid i was a little cunt. (wait, i still am one!) she thought my teenage years were going to be HELL, but we turned into bff’s 4 EVA.

      • PinkPalatian says:

        When my son turned 13, he might as well have become mute…”uncommunicative” is an understatement. My friends with teen girls, though? Those girls are sneaking out of the house, crying constantly, obsessed with boys, and completely unpredictable. I’ve been dealing with uncommunicative men my whole life, so that’s a no-brainer. The other stuff? I wouldn’t even know how to handle it…

  6. ShesJustStupid says:

    It’s funny…Gawker did a thing on how Nicole Kidman’s face doesn’t move any more and they pointed out the restalyne ridge underneath her lip. Just like the photo above.

  7. Worrisome Pelts says:

    When will that screenshot get old? Never. It will never get old.

    When will Julia go an entire month without sounding like an entitled, narcissistic cunt? Never. Semper Cuntus.

  8. here's the thing says:

    I almost tweeted back at her this exact same sentiment. But then I stopped. She is heinous.

    • Worrisome Pelts says:

      I tweeted back this:

      It’s really not a day ending in “day” if @juliaallison isn’t making a desperate and ill-conceived plea for relevance.

      Commence countdown to her wigging out when she realizes I’m not following her and she can’t seen me a psychotic DM response.

  9. AnnaPelt is Happy at 138 says:

    That’s just a bizarre request. Is she trying to be “edgy”?? WHAT is going on here? Calling Dr. Freud…

    • Dr. Freud. Phd in Donkology says:

      She is an asshole.

      • Sausage Snappers says:

        What gets me is she retweeted that not as a “fuck yeah” for females, but to talk about herself and showcase how she’s “so nice” to gays.

    • Blinky, Fat, Flapping Fuck says:

      Donkey still has her hooves stuck in SATC mode, and since Charlotte and Carrie (the 2 SATC hags every hick wanted to be) had gay friends who were such caricatures, that’s what Donks wants.

  10. zandra - edibles lover! says:

    mmkay so this brit person gives me the impression by her #TEDWomen tag that she thinks this is a good thing.. but then donkey steps up the cray cray by adding her highly offensive as all shit comments.

    Can you request a shotgun for an old farm animal to be put out of her misery?

    (NOT SAYING 30 IS OLD, BUT JULIE AND HER “CAREER” ARE DONE!)

  11. Sausage Snappers says:

    The visuals you give us, they are stunning.

    • zandra - edibles lover! says:

      She has a melon head with a bad case of trout pout.

      • Blinky, Fat, Flapping Fuck says:

        I think it was the O.G. (Baugher Reblogger) who noted that what Donkey thinks is a sexy pout looks like a dog’s puckered anus.

  12. The Manta says:

    Trust this dolt to take a comment on a serious (and slightly frightening) social trend and turn it into a LOOKATME moment.

  13. Sausage Snappers says:

    It’s so sweet of ole Jules to request that her offspring be born with a sexuality that is still outlawed in parts of this country so they can be her trophy of “tolerance.” How thoughtful for her.

    • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

      Yes. Because it’s a BREEZE to go through puberty with the emergence of sexual desires and realizing what attracts you. Oh… having a boy (or girl) be attracted to another boy, (or another girl), is EXACTLY a Lifetime Movie!! Wheeeeee everyone wins!!! Crisis diverted in a 2 hour time frame with 20 commercial breaks and BAM!!! All good! Easy-weazy!
      When she trivializes parenthood it just chaps my ass. I always wanted to be a ‘mom’ (how hick of me, I know), and now that I have 2 boys and 1 girl… OMG. She is so clueless how children age you. How you nevah-evah stop worrying. Does she know you actually have to wipe their ass? They puke on you AND your stuff?? They do NOT care what designer you are wearing when they smear you with permanent marker?? That brown suddenly becomes an appealing color for every piece of everything you own? That kids aren’t just born with a sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance and they have to actually EXPERIENCE life, process it, and find a way to wrap their brains around it?? Does she know that a kid really believes in their parent more than God (for a few years anyway)? Also, if you’re doing it right, you kinda feel like crap a lot wondering if you’re screwing them up? Oh… here’s the biggie – YOU GIVE UP A HUGE PORTION OF EVERYTHING YOU ARE TO DEVOTE TO THEM SO THEY CAN MOVE FORWARD IN THE WORLD REASONABLY HEALTHY AND SANE?!?!?!?! (<<< so that's kind of 1950-ish but because Iam apparently too much of a bumpkin to manage a career and all my kids, I stay home with them and when they're at school, I volunteer at all their schools. My college diploma looks pretty on my office wall though!)
      She couldn't handle the journey and pain a gay child would have to go through.

      • Lily's Third Eye says:

        Just want to say that was so well written- and you sound like an awesome mom. And person! I want to have kids, there’s nothing hick about it IMHOP it’s called the circle of life, man. Good on you.

      • Delurked says:

        can i just say, i love that there are older, more responsible, actual adults on here that are parents (or not even parents)? i’m 24 and still feel like a child a lot of the time, so it’s very easy for me to roll my eyes at julia and scoff at her in a sort of “you’re so fucking dumb” petty, mean-girls-esque way. but the fact that there are also people on here who are older and wiser and obviously have their shit way more together who also recognize how ridiculous she is, it adds so much more gravitas to my dislike.

        i think this comment makes no sense. #toomuchstudying

        (and lest anyone get upset, i am using “older” as a compliment here.)

      • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        No Delurked, ‘old’ is fine. I am an old. Sometimes I wonder if I’m being petty commenting on a 20-something snark site, but then I realize she puts her shit out there as it if it’s REAL life and something to aspire to. Then I also realize in my circle of friends, they range from 20 years younger to 20 years older… it’s about state-of-mind, values, maturity. Sure, life-experience plays into it, but the young ones I associate with recognize they are still young and not yet experienced and the the older ones remind me too that “I” am still not all that experienced in everything. It’s about respect for others’ life stations and being somewhat humble. What you said makes perfect sense and I certainly wouldn’t dismiss a much younger person as being so experienced they have nothing to offer. Quite the contrary, there are those what at 20-something I greatly admire and respect. Then there are those 20 years older that are in the same category as Julia. Besides, I started old too. I wasn’t even anywhere near my 20’s when I had my first. As a matter of fact, I wasn’t anywhere near early 30 when I had my first either. 🙂 I joked that with the time I left myself, I hoped to spit out an heir-and-a-spare before menopause. Which I did. But to confuse you more, the women in my family ‘change’ young. 🙂 Keep on doing what you do.
        You make perfect sense.

      • LLFOOLJ says:

        I love L3E’s comment (and agree) also agree with delurked (am a year older but on the same page) and “old” is not an insult at all, it just means you know your shit as a result of having dealt with the nonsense ahead of time and have been able to filter it all out. DLM, I’ve definitely told you once before but you sound/are freakin awesome, if not moreso because you do sound like a really great parent. Kudos!

  14. Sacred Scrapbooks says:

    When a Pillow Pet isn’t enough…

    “My mom once said to me, “It’s really a shame you or your brother aren’t gay. We would have been so supportive!”

    I feel the same way about my future children. Frankly, I’d love to have a gay child. As long as one of my kids – boy, girl, I don’t care – lets me dress them in tutus, I’ll be happy. 😉 ” (2009)

    —————–

    “Okay, I’d like to put in my Order for Kidlets now: I’d like one handsome gay son, one handsome straight son, one brilliant phd women’s rights activist daughter and one girly girl ballerina daughter.” (2008)

    • She gives me Shills! says:

      she wants to breed Gay Republicans? and Momser too? so they can be 2nd Class citizens on Sheridan Road in Wilmette? with NO marriage equality? (cuz straight marriage is sacred)
      Hate her so much for saying this garbage, and voting for dickhead Kirk.

    • Jacy says:

      She really is a child. She thinks of her future as some kind of fairytale come true, no hard work, no difficult times, just rainbows and unicorns and perfect marriage, perfect husband and perfect children. Christ is this dame in for a rude awakening.

      • Afghani Facebook Friend says:

        If you don’t work for something, how do you enjoy it? That’s what I don’t get. If VH1 or MTV have taught me anything, it’s that entitled people who have a lot of money and an easy life often end up blowing EVERYTHING, ruining their lives, ruining their families, etc.

      • Peltergeist says:

        good luck to her when/if she has a kid. assuming she is not swimming in money, she will have to do some hard fucking WORK to raise that kid, work that is not appreciated nor sexy in any way.

      • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        This Jacy. This.
        I would sooooooooo love her to walk 5 minutes in my world. And I do NOT feel sorry for me or my family… at all.
        I had a child born with a pretty severe cranio-facial defect that will NEVER be erased. Made better, yes. Erased? Never. It affects every. single. aspect of his life and yet there is no reason it should interfere with living a normal, healthy, productive life. It’s kind of a kink in the rope of life, but the point is, we never expected it. She has no ‘b’ plan for when life suddenly decides to put a pick pile of lemons on her plate. Fortunately, my huscat and I asked someone to pass the tequila and salt.

        Oh… but she doesn’t drink.

    • zandra - edibles lover! says:

      It’s funny that she thinks any of her progeny would have a shot at being handsome..

    • Donksers says:

      “My mom once said to me, ‘It’s really a shame you or your brother aren’t gay. We would have been so supportive!’”

      Robin Baugher is as big an asshole as her daughter, and I don’t care how nice the facade is…that’s one fucked up family.

  15. FIEIRCE Mani says:

    Does Julia Allison have turrets?? What an ASSSSSSSSS!!

    • Sacred Scrapbooks says:

      As she said to John Mayer back in Feb,

      juliaallison: @johncmayer – I don’t think you’re an asshole. Or a douchebag, for that matter. You’re simply unfiltered, which is exceptionally refreshing.

      She’s not an asshole. She’s a beverage — unfiltered, exceptionally refreshing, a tall cool drink of awesome.

      • The Missing Davos Report says:

        I don’t think there’s any Tourette’s here – just a lame joke that does the opposite of what she intends. Julia, if you really support gay rights, ur doin’ it wrong.

      • FIEIRCE Mani says:

        OK …UNFILTERED = THE NEW Tourette’s. HAHAHAHAHA.

  16. Wonkeye says:

    Cunt.

  17. Dr. Gary says:

    Could this be the new *job* that Julie is talking about?

    @USCute: The USCute Daily is out! bit.ly/9pJH6l ▸ Top stories today by @sarahaustin @juliaallison

    http://paper.li/USCute

  18. Jordache and the Pelts says:

    I’m waiting for the Black Swan brayage….

    • Jacy says:

      It’ll come months from now, when she sees it on an airplane or at some poor sucker’s house on Netflix. No way she’s going to dole out cash to watch tiny and cute actresses gettin’ it on! She’s too repressed in her own lesbian leanings.

      • Adderall Beget This says:

        “No way she’s going to dole out cash to watch tiny and cute actresses gettin’ it on!”

        But she’ll dole out $500 (plus tip) for those shit pelts to hang off her head.

    • Oh, she’ll probably see fit to remark on the amazingly stunning Natalie Portman’s undeniably convincing technique or some such rot. In case you forgot that SHE IS A CLASSICALLY TRAINED BALLERINA HERSELF.

    • My nostrils are TOTALLY symmetrical! says:

      BTW, Black Swan = Great.

    • Jordache and the Pelys says:

      Some dumb Access Hollywood-type show I caught a piece of before class tonight was already going on about the Black Swan-inspired “tutu wedding dresses” trend so it will all be very rich…

    • diluted brain says:

      I’m sure she’s dying to see it due to the lesbian sex scene since our donkey is an in the closet lesbian as far as I’m concerned.

      PS I am excited to see this as well!

    • Jordache and the Pelts says:

      I’m dying to see it as well, will be my treat to myself after I get through finals next week. Hopefully I’ll get to it before the Donkey taint unfolds.

  19. Expert Gay says:

    Not to make this about me, but my ex used to brag about “collecting” people. They weren’t real to him; they were “concepts,” mere novelties, to be trifled with and ultimately discarded. Julia reminds me of him.

  20. idiotbox says:

    Can you imagine the fucking crazy she’d display if she birthed a butch lesbian? She’d know, deep down, that she should be supportive but having a gay who knows nothing about hair? what’s the point. I’d pity that child so much…

    • Brianna says:

      Or if she birthed, say, Bobby Hill.

      Kind of chubby, no fashion sense, wants to be a comedian, social outcast.

      She’d have a meltdown, and there wouldn’t even be an ‘edgy gay’ angle there,

      • My nostrils are TOTALLY symmetrical! says:

        I dunno, didn’t Bobby dress like a girl in an ep and try to learn how to do hair on Luann’s model mannequin head? (might not be recalling this right)

      • Brianna says:

        Oh, he did (I think I recall this), but Bobby Hill isn’t a tanned, fit, maybe gay.

        He’s a socially awkward slightly effeminate preteen who once gave himself gout by eating too much preserved pork.

      • Lily's Third Eye says:

        I’d love her to birth MURRAY HILL!

    • Jacy says:

      Good point. She’d go crazy and would despise the kid.

      • Worrisome Pelts says:

        Can you imagine Donkey at a PFLAG meeting? The braying! The costumes! The lulz!

        (The other participants kicking her fluffy pink ass to the curb!)

    • bitchface says:

      or Chaz Bono

  21. Handbag Stuffed With Hair says:

    I know this is yet another example of her general stupidity, but as a person who has raised two teenagers and has a third on the way, she is monstrous to wish any hardship on a child she hasn’t yet had. I had gay and lesbian friends in high school (as well as ever after), both of my older children have gay and lesbian friends, and my one of my daughter’s dearest friends blew his head off with a shotgun rather than come out to his parents. THAT is what this idiot is pretending she would nurture and protect, and she a woman who can barely care for a small dog. I’d like to tie her to a chair and spend 30 minutes alone with her in a windowless room. I’m not asking for much. I’m not asking that she grow a soul, for instance. Goddammit, I mean REALLY.

    • PinkPalatian says:

      I was thinking the same thing. Why would you wish your child to have a hardship like that? (Not saying it’s going to be that way forever; we’ve come a long way when I was in high school in the late 80s, but still we have a lot more room to grow…) My son’s best friend in middle school was rumored to be gay, and therefore my son had that label thrown on him as well. He’s in high school now where it’s a different sort of environment (we’re in Chicago and he got into the top selective enrollment high school, whereas his middle school was our neighborhood school, which is a much different demographic) and his friend moved to Arkansas, where he’s getting harassed.

      I do and will love my children regardless of their sexual orientation (and, it has become clear, their taste in music and love of Justin Bieber haircuts), but I wouldn’t wish that sort of heartbreaking experience on anyone. Remember the whole “it gets better” thing?

      Seriously, I’m with you on the room for 30 minutes… can I join you? 😉

      • Handbag Stuffed With Hair says:

        Oh yes, PinkPalatian, there is room for many of us in the windowless room. This particular thread made me so braygey I had to finish a bottle of red wine and go to bed.

    • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

      ‘zactly!! Commented above before I got to your comment. This shit makes me crazy with her and the whee-whee-wheeeeeeee kids!!!! I feel like the friggin’ wizard behind the curtain over here with my three. I just about lose my mind when some little shit hurts my kids’ feelings. I have no idea yet, but it seems to me with how much I love my kids, I can NOT imagine disowning or leaving them over their sexual preference. God, this broad has no, f’ing idea. If the way she takes care of Lily is any indication of how she’d raise a child, I hope she’s never allowed to breed.

      • Handbag Stuffed With Hair says:

        It makes me wonder if there is anything on earth she actually understands. Not marriage, not relationships in general, not responsibilities, not jobs or vocations. It can’t be fashion, it’s SURE not religion or spiritual discipline or literature or gift-giving or caring for the elderly or the ill. Ditto on interior design, driving cars, being a good friend, laying low and staying humble, keeping the confidences of others. You see, DLM, I could go on and on but I’ll stop there because a list of absences is nearly as tedious as the absences themselves.

      • Sausage Snappers says:

        The only thing Julia understands is Julia. …well that’s up for debate too.

  22. K says:

    Dear Julia,

    You are a disgusting cunt.

    Xoxo,
    K

  23. Bitch says:

    So she can vote against her gay son’s interests?

  24. diluted brain says:

    What is with these horrific tweets the past week? The telling Americans to die was inconceivable rude and this is even worse. Even if she thinks she’s cute or funny, the rest of the world would believe this to be immature and trashy talk. I could never stand by a family member or friend who spoke with such disdain and pure prejudice.

  25. OK I have to brag. I just won a 1986 bottle of Chateau Margaux at auction for $175. I fucking RULE!

  26. Julia's 4th Nose says:

    http://twitter.com/juliaallison/status/12315127554510848

    Of course they’re still together…

    Has she said anything yet to congratulate Randi Z on her baby lasagna? Oops, I think I mixed up Julia’s two sycophantic catladies…

    • Afghani Facebook Friend says:

      did anyone figure out if lasagna really was preggers? julia hasn’t mentioned lasagna in many months. maybe lasagna stopped handling all of julia’s junk work? (if so, good for her!)

    • She gives me Shills! says:

      Again—WHO get’s picked-up at aiports?? what about Public Transportation? or taxis???

      I hate those drivers who clogg-up the airport pick-up/drop-off lanes.

      • PhillyHoya says:

        The manfriend and I do airport pickups because it’s only a 5 minute drive to the one by us and the subway would cost more/take longer/be less direct.

      • here's the thing says:

        Excuuuuse me, Julia is ALMOST ~elite~ status on United. She will not take the Airtrain and then GET ON BART. Ew.

        To be fair, this guy lives in PacHeights, which you can’t get to from BART. Although, I would pay money to see JA take the BART to 16th/Mission and then ride the 22 to her guy’s place. There’s a Citybuzz episode for you.

      • awkwardposer says:

        After what happened the last time she took public transit (bus lady, anyone?) I’m pretty sure her parents probably pay people to pick her up to avoid another potential lawsuit.

    • diluted brain says:

      Well, I guess they can’t be exclusivie if she refers to him as “SF boy” not just “the boy”. God, she is just a child. When will it ever just be “Taylor picked me up at the airport”

      Shills, I actually request to be picked up at the airport most of the time since i’m in SI not the city where I can easily take PT. But atleast the airports near me have designated parking though I’m sure the donk is one who has a driver to clog the pick up/drop off area.

    • shamoolia says:

      Nothing says romance like a trip to the grocery store. This is right up there with watching Eggers swiffer the apartment and play frisbee in the HE’S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU long distance dating chronicles of our girl Julie.

      If this person was actually hot for her, don’t you think they’d be high tailing it back to his apartment asap for a little winky face action? Especially after not seeing each other for weeks and weeks?

      Julia strikes me as the kind of desperate girl who calls a man her boyfriend after two dates.

      • Sausage Snappers says:

        Yeah, why wouldn’t he have already gone and had a lovely dinner/lunch whateva waiting?

      • Sausage Snappers says:

        *gone to the grocery store

      • Afghani Facebook Friend says:

        telling that he wouldn’t take her to a fancy restaurant. isn’t that generally what someone does for an out of towner? show them a little of the city?

        i’d say our boy Greason is probably more than a little embarrassed about screwing a Donkey.

  27. erg says:

    OT

    so today i found out i’m pregnant. the cathusband and i can’t afford to support a child right now so we’ve decided to have an abortion. he’s in grad school and i’m working a salary job in addition to a part time retail gig and freelance work. so we’re barely making ends meet as it is. i’m totally bummed about it because we really want to have kids in the near future and this was totally unexpected (i’ve been on birth control since 16). i’m actually feeling really guilty about the whole thing. but, i take comfort in the fact that i’m not going through this alone and i’m SMART enough to know that a kid isn’t some dress up toy and is a real responsibility. on a day like today JA’s stupid tweet is really getting to me.
    even with a crappy day such as this i’ve been able to get a few chuckles out of RBNS, so thanks.

    • PinkPalatian says:

      I am so sorry…it’s a crummy situation to be in, and one I can relate to all too well. If you’re feeling bummed, take advantage of any options counseling the clinic might have — if it’s a good clinic, they won’t try to sway you in either direction, just help you sort through the complicated emotions, and there are sometimes many (everyone experiences it differently). Many hugs your way. xoxo

    • Dr. Gary says:

      Oh erg…

      I’m so sorry.

      I’ve been in your shoes. A very tough decision to make. You can email me: missdrgary at gmail dot com if you want some support, or to talk to someone who’s been through it.

    • Shrug Bitch says:

      I’m so sorry you have to go through this. My thoughts are with you and Mr. erg.

    • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

      Hugs and hearts.
      I get it.
      Trust your gut.

    • Stalker is in the Fupa Mafia says:

      I’m firmly pro-choice but don’t let money stop you from having a baby. You’ll make it work.

      • Erg says:

        Well, it’s more than just money. We’re just not in a position to support a kid. I’m still “young” and trying to figure out myself and my career. We don’t have any family where we live and cathusband is going into his last year of law school. I’m the only one with a job so there’s no way we could support ourselves if I had to take leave (from a job I literally started dec 1st). It wouldn’t be fair to us or a kid. And because I still have so much I want to accomplish in life, I feel like I’d end up resenting a kid for making me give that up before I’m ready. Does that make sense? I feel really selfish saying that, but it’s true.

        Thanks everyone for being so supportive. Dr Gary, I’m going to shoot you an email.

      • Stalker is in the Fupa Mafia says:

        It does make sense. I hope you don’t mind me engaging you on this, however:

        A kid is not a death sentence. You keep your personhood. If you want to accomplish things you can still do that. The only way you wouldn’t is if you used the kid as an excuse. In my experience (knocked up at 23, I was a footloose artist, ended up going back to school as a single mom), having a baby and financial challenges only made my focus laser sharp. It did change my priorities but not in a bad way.

        Your husband is only a year away from being able to get a good job.

        I am not trying to sound like a pro-life asshole, just know that it can be done.

      • bf says:

        Erg, speaking very personally and from sitting in your shoes about 10 years ago, I had *just* met my now cathusband & birthcontrol failed about 2 months into the relationship. Awkward conversation. We decided that neither of us were ready, didn’t have enough money, weren’t even sure we were a couple-couple etc. I terminated. I had NO regrets for many years & remain firmly pro-choice. Lately, however, two major things have happened. I am older, and realizing that I could have a child who’d be 10 now is almost heart stoppingly sad, and in the past year we’ve been trying, and have been unable to have children (3 miscarriages; lots of boring “we need to do it now” sex on a schedule). Our choices are narrowing quickly (#expiry date!!) to $$$ in vitro $$ adoption $$ surrogate. Personally I’d rather be putting those tens of thousands of dollars into my child’s college funds.

        If I had had the child, I would have probably had some major regrets. Maybe even screwed the kid up royally for ruining my life plans (although I’d like to think I’d see the bigger picture). But now that I’m reaching my (real) expiration date, those regrets are rushing in much harder than I thought.

        For me personally, I think any sacrifice would have been worth it. And not just because we’re struggling now, but because I’d give anything to know my 10 year old child.

        I offer this side of the story without judgment, as one who’s been almost exactly where you are standing now.

      • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        @ bf – read my response below to um, er…
        I get it. Mine would have been a lot older.
        I still think I made the ‘right’ choice, firmly believe in pro-choice but it’s hard to know at the time what the true cost is.
        It could be nothing, or it could sit there and fester. That’s why it’s so hard. And so personal.
        And same here… this is totally without judgement, it’s only perspective after time. A limited perspective at that.
        Best to you and Mr. erg.
        Not an easy decision.

      • bf says:

        @DLM, I made what I felt was the right choice at that time, and at that time and for almost a decade after I still felt it was the right choice. My life would be completely different today had I, so who knows.

        All I know now is that my tick-tock is occurring, I have major regrets 10 years later. I didn’t consider adoption. I wish I had.

        It should be a decision that’s difficult. If it was an easy one, that’d say something truly awful about us as a species.

        Life is funny that way.

      • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        @ bf – I feel the same way it was the right choice. It was. but… You know what I mean by that.
        I don’t know how old you are or what you’re idea of expiration date is, but I was 37 when I had my oldest and 40 when I had my twins. Yeah… twins. That was a shock. It took a long time, a bit of clomid for a period of time and we were lucky it stopped there for us. To have or not have… truly the question. No easy answer. Ugh… and I would LOVE to tell the story of what happened when pregnant w/ my twins in the early time…

        But, 6 years later and here me, the catband and kitties are…

      • bf says:

        turning 40, like REAL expiry date…

        ewww gross, as julia allison would call me

      • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        @ bf – Ahhh… I understand your sense of slipping time. I do. I don’t know where you are in the process, but a BIG factor in conceiving really is (OMG) our age. But it happens. I took clomid to get pregnant w/ my first and fortunately, it took the first time taking it. (we tried for a year previously and had all those tests, blah, blah blah. I found out I had one tube completely blocked with the other one open) Everyone around me who wanted kids seemed to decide one month and were pregnant the next month. It was very depressing. Then after my oldest, we started trying again sort of soon and tried for two years. Again with the clomid only this time it didn’t work as quickly. I was on it for the max amount my gyno would allow. I took the last months dose and had no idea what we would do as the next step was fertility treatment and it was a decision I had to make. Oh… I had the wonderful experience of getting slammed w/ PPD after my oldest was born. Did not see that coming and it was HORRIBLE!!!! I was a mess, but I recovered as it was recognized rather quickly by those close to me and I was open to getting help because I knew I wasn’t ‘right’ but I thought it was normal to not be right after having a baby. So I thought and accepted whatever will be, will be. Figured I’d have to deal with/mourn/whatever that I wo uldn’t have more and to be grateful for what I had. I’m assuming you know all about the sticks predicting times, etc. Well, the last month I never got a clear signal it was ‘set to go’ if you know what I mean, so I was pretty convinced it was done. I was actually shocked when a couple weeks later a different stick tested positive. And so did another one. The bigger shock came when I went in for an ultra-sound at 18 weeks and found out I was having twins. (Totally explained the morning sickness where I couldnt’ get out of bed and prayed for relief or death). I also got some worse news but that’s a whole other story and the point anyway is it’s now 6 years later, I’m on the other side, I was 40 when i got pregnant with them and a month or so shy of 41 when they were born. You still have some time, and I know how lame that sounds, but you also know you have limited time so you’re getting anxious. Not sure if it where you live or if laws change from state-to-state but my doc told me that the age of 42 was when my state no longer harvested a woman’s own eggs and donor eggs were the option. The man can use his own ‘contribution’ and you carry the fetus. I truly, truly wish you the best. I know it’s hard and I won’t even tell you not to panic because I wanted to punch the shit out of people who told me to relax. I’d love to correspond w/ you if you want someone to speak to since we’re kinda’-sorta’ the same age. Let me know and we’ll find a way to to get my info to you.
        XO

      • XX says:

        You’re not really pro-choice if you’re trying to convince a woman you don’t know on an anonymous comment message board to change a decision she’s already made. I’m sorry, this is so unbelievably classless it could have come from Julie “I’m tolerant because gays do my hair” Albertson.

        Erg, good luck, you sound like you have a good head on your shoulders. I’m an anonymous asshole who supports the choice you’ve made.

      • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        Please go back and re-read XX. Clearly, this entire thread is one of support for the most incredibly difficult choice facing this young family of husband and wife. Erg has seen that there were plenty of other anony-erites offering perspective and experience and advice based on the many different experiences of the same situation. No one is judging her and it’s apparent. Not one person has judged her. It’s been an intelligent, hearfelt, sincere dialogue and through that anonynimity many of us have probably shared stories we’ve kept for years.
        Please don’t make this ugly or accusatory. All that was simply stated was because a decision like this is so hard, to not let money be the cause of it. Erg respectfully explained her position and everyone has been supportive. There’s no classless in that statement.
        Erg know she has full support of us anonycatladeefatoldh8rz.

      • bf says:

        @xx – Well, I read it as she wanted to talk about it a little bit. All I said was that in her position, at her same type of juncture, I felt the same, did the same, and was fine with it for a good long time. Now I am still fine with it, but I also have some regrets. It has nothing to do with religion or womens’ rights or anything. It has to do with my feelings 10 years later about aborting my child. As you get older, one thinks more about life and legacy and family and things like this. Never had these thoughts in my 30’s, let alone my 20’s.

        If you think this is an easy decision for anyone then you’re mistaken. If it is an easy decision for you, then I hope you think hard about having children. You jumped to an erroneous conclusion about me. Erg I was letting her know my situation and my feelings and I just that now in my life I wish I’d thought more at that age and time and how could I possibly know what I’d feel 10 years down the road? I wish MORE people had talked to me about all of it then.

        I almost certainly still would have made the same choice. But that doesn’t mean that I sometimes have regrets. I take responsibility for my actions. And I live with my regrets. It’s called being a human being, not “classless”.

        @DLM – having a child and have my first grey hairs. Maybe they’re related! 😉

    • diluted brain says:

      I’m sorry you are in this predicament. I agree with everyone earlier. Further to stalker’s statement, if you do want a child now maybe take a few days to really think this over because people can make it work on less money.

      But on the same note, I’m on unemployment and even though the hubscat can afford us to live if I don’t work; he wants to start trying and I’m not ready until I find a job because I want the financial aspect to be easier. So I do hear you on that, it’s tough because I’m sure you wanted to be happy when you saw the test not worried. I wish you all the luck in the world no matter what your choice is. xx

    • Lily's Third Eye says:

      I’m sorry for your stressful situation. I’ve been there and it’s. hard. I’m thinking of you. And while I am 1000% pro choice, I just wanted to support both of you to take a deep breath and take your time over your decision. I know its stressful right now but if you have mixed feelings its also good to fully investigate the pros and cons and fully think it all through so you can feel settled with whatever decision you make. Good luck.

      • Worrisome Pelts says:

        This. Without pulling a Julia (this is about meeeeee!) or a Mary (this is just like getting elective cosmetic procedures at a ridiculously young age!), I have some related experience.

        Your thought process sounds like a good one. As long as you acknowledge the existence of more than one option, no matter how preferable one move may be than another, you’ll be in a better place to deal with any aftermath because you’ll know why you made the choice you made.

        Sending you warm and loving thoughts from my cold, jeliz h8r heart.

    • It’s stories like these that really put it into perspective just how horrible Julia Allison is.

      I’m feel for you and your situation. Just listen to your instincts, and you will do what is right.

    • It's Always Shinny in Calfadelphia says:

      Sending mucho love & light your way, Erg, & I’m also here for you if you want to exchange email addys.

    • Doubts Were Raised says:

      *internet hugs* catladies in their basements are all thinking good thoughts for you and your husband.

    • hope everything goes well for both you and your cathusband..

      if you need anty help we are here for you

    • idiotbox says:

      When the time comes, you will be an excellent mother.

    • here's the thing says:

      I was just in a similar position (but I had a “chemical pregnancy,” ie very early miscarriage) and it SUCKS. Do what you feel you need to do. It’s a very tough choice to make, even tougher when you are grown up and could “make it work.” Hearts to you.

    • um, er, oh says:

      To add my two cents to this. I’m totally pro-choice; I believe a woman has a right to choose and always should. That being said, my wife and I just went through three years of infertility treatment hell. Cost almost a hundred thousand dollars. In the end, she couldn’t have a child. The saddest thing is that an old girlfriend was pregnant years ago, and we aborted. I really regret that now. It’s come back to haunt me. I guess I’m saying don’t assume you’ll be able to have a child later. Life comes at you fast sometimes and you don’t get to exactly choose how or when things happen. I have a feeling it’ll be tough and hard no matter what you choose, but just try and look at things from all angles. Also, have you thought about adoption? Having been through the mill of infertility, I know that there are lots and lots of couples out there who can’t have kids of their own who would want and love your child. I’m not at all being churchy about it. I’m not talking about souls or Jesus or any of that crap (in fact, stay away from religion-based services when it comes to this kind of thing.) I’m just saying that not everyone can have kids, and if you chose to have one I’m sure you could work with a good and reputable service to give that child a good and loving home. Okay, am tearing up now. At any rate, you have a difficult decision to make. And while you need to do what’s good for you now, in ten years you’re going to be a different person and may feel differently. At any rate, know that there’s life beyond either decision; a good life.

      • DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        Thank you um, er, oh. I too was in a similar situation as you only I was a teen. Being an incredibly rebellious, know-everything, f-everyone teen, I played hard, partied hard and wound up in a baaaaaaaad situation. Also, the guy left. I couldn’t tell my parents, I told a few people and of course it turned into many, many whispers. I was in complete denial at the time because I had nowhere to turn. I won’t go into all of it, but thankfully there were places like Planned Parenthood back then. Everything was confidential, supportive, clean, safe, legit. To this day, it was the most heart-wrenching decision I HAD to make. I felt like there was no other choice. Maybe there was… I don’t know, but that’s what haunts us, huh? I do know that experience though turned my life around and pretty much set me on the course to be who I am today.
        Imagine my shock when almost 20 years later I want to actually have a kitten and it didn’t happen. I know how you feel. Like you I wondered if was a punishment. (again, not all God-stuff and everything, just the whole what goes around comes around thing goes through your head).
        The reality is, the choices we make create who we are. They’re not mistakes and they’re only worthless if we don’t grow and learn from them.
        I wish you and your wife the best and hope you find peace in whatever lay ahead for you both. Hope is always a good thing to have, even if what you truly want doesn’t come to you in the way you imagined.
        May your dreams come true.
        XO

      • erg says:

        this is the hardest decision we’ve ever had to make as a couple, and after 5 years of being together we’ve been through a lot. and as stressed and sad as i am, i know this is the right decision for us. i’m hoping it doesn’t bite me in the ass a few years from now when we’re actually ready to have kids, but if it does, so be it. we’ll figure it out and make it work. i just know i’ll be an amazing mom 5 years from now and i’d be a lousy bitter mom 9 months from now, and i don’t want that for myself, cathubby or a child.

        thanks again for everyone’s support and for being kind enough to share your own experiences. i haven’t told anyone other than hubs and my best friend so it’s felt really good to know that i’m not completely alone and other people have gone through this. i’ve been commenting here (under a different name of course) off and on for about 2 years, and while we at times have our differences, i really do love this community.

      • Stalker is in the Fupa Mafia w00t says:

        erg, you will be an awesome Momma. Good luck! If you know it’s right, it’s right!! 🙂

      • bf says:

        erg, don’t discount adoption though as a third option. I’ll take your child and raise it in a warm and loving home and you can even visit his/her social network pages to monitor 🙂

        (I”m just trying to cheer you up).

      • bitchface says:

        oh and to @um, er, oh–> we are in the same position, only didn’t spend ~that~ much (I just couldn’t…. ).

        adoption, in vitro, all are expensive. I mean I know they shouldn’t sell newborns on the 99cent store buy dayum……………..

    • fc says:

      this whole thread is heartbreaking, and true. my heart goes out to erg and all the other catladies and gents who have had these tough experiences. *internet hug*.

    • Some Girl says:

      I too have been in a very similar situation, so I feel for you. Like others have said, my advice is to trust your gut instinct.

      It’s true that the financial aspects can be worked out, but you have to WANT to make it work. If you and your husband really want that baby, you can make sacrifices and do what it takes, and in the end you will probably be happy you did.

      In my case, our money situation was pretty bad but not impossible – but I knew my heart was not in it. Now, a year later, I do not regret my abortion at all and I know it was the right decision at the time.

      Whatever you decide to do, I wish you and your husband the best. I’ll add my email in case you’d like another person to talk to: sarliw6 at gmail dot com

    • shamoolia says:

      Sending good thoughts your way. Just my two cents to say that parenthood is incredibly hard no matter what time in life that it happens. We waited a decade before having children until we were “ready” and everything in life was “perfect” financially, emotionally, etc. got pregnant easily, had an easy pregnancy, birth, healthy baby and it is still SO SO SO SO HARD at times. It is the most trying thing you will ever do, no matter what is going on in your life at the moment or if you feel ready or not. But there is also unfathomable joy and I agree with the poster above that says it’s not a death sentence. You just make it work.

  28. It's Always Shinny in Calfadelphia says:

    The grown-ass-woman tranwreck that is Julia Dragstume Allison cant even understand implications of her own choices of childish attire (Dad$er Issues, hello!).

    Society as a whole still isn’t ready to openly embrace freedom of expression in the simplest of terms (employers attitudes towards tattoos, for example) ~ I really shudder to think of her trying to mold from infancy a male child into a gay child, because as someone w/ such a warped sense of her own sexuality being a tool to get what she wants out of life, there’s no foreseeable point in time that she’d have any business whatsoever being in the orbit of a kid during impressionable & formative years.

    • CupFlake says:

      If tranwreck was meant to be trainwreck, it was a happy accident- tranwreck she is!

      • It's Always Shitty in Donkadelphia says:

        Nah, ‘tranwreck’ is intentional…

        (been saying it ever since it got all jezebelly up in here that one time over perceived insults to donkeys & trannies)

  29. fantastic, nuanced says:

    I’ve been quietly reading all of the responses to this post today and really seeing what smart & thoughtful people you all are.

    That is all.

  30. Donkadoo Ball says:

    One of her latest tweets:

    juliaallison: Dear New Facebook Design, You are clearly amaze-ballz, but those of us who don’t live in just one city feel marginalized. Help?? xoxo, Julia

    Hey Donks! You don’t live in any of those cities. You have no business being in any of those cities. You don’t live anywhere. YOU ARE HOMELESS.

    • diluted brain says:

      I’m not fond of the new design… yet. Though I always feel that way since Zuck changes it a few times a year.

      Wish she would give up the term amazeballs. It’s kind of lame-o.

      • stop trying to make amaze-ballz happen says:

        you rang?

        i saw that tweet and almost vommed. stop ass kissing the zucks. You are not a part of the facebook empire, deal with it.

      • bf says:

        i hate facebook. It’s just where my homeys are (for now).

    • ShesJustStupid says:

      How does she “live” anywhere but Chicago? She stays with friends in San Francisco and New York. How long this will keep up, who knows, but all she is is a frequent flyer at this point. And an imposition. What a weirdo. She really hates Chicago.

      • Afghani Facebook Friend says:

        Everything I’ve ever noticed about her, even from way back in her AMNY days, struck me as her being embarrassed about being from Chicago/the midwest. She tried soooo hard to fit into NY society or “make it” at the cool parties. I remember cringing even back in 2005/06 reading her crap.

      • Donkadoo Ball says:

        Her entire way of life is getting more disturbing by the second. It’s like she doesn’t understand the difference between living somewhere and visiting. The fact that she has shown zero sign of wanting to find a permanent place to live is just not normal – especially for someone her age.

    • God, she is horrible. That is the most annoying tweet she’s twatted in awhile, which is saying something. It makes me wish someone would shake her until her teeth rattle.

    • FU Extension School says:

      Why does she act like she doesn’t live anywhere? Last I checked, she has a bed and a voter registration in Chigaco. There are some people who actually live in two places and *somehow* make it work.

      Also, who exactly are “those of us”?

      Also, it’s facebook. Get over it.

      • Stalker is in the Fupa Mafia w00t says:

        If you have summer house or whatever you just fill out a change of address card like a normal person. I doubt most people worry about their Facebook that much.

      • Afghani Facebook Friend says:

        i used to live in 2-3 places. IT SUCKED. worst, most disorienting 2 yrs of my life. i had to be in one city (my home) 80% or so of the time, for work, and be in NYC the other 20% of the time for grad school. i fucking hated it, because whole weeks at a time would go by with no time to relax–even when i could relax, i couldn’t escape the dread of the next trip. lining up a rental car, packing, finding time to visit friends and make the trip more bearable, etc. hell, i also used to sleep in philly a few nights a month when i took amtrak down there to fly out of PHL, so maybe i really lived in 3 cities? amaze-balls!

      • bf says:

        @stalker, exactly.

        OMG FB settings which obvs work for 99.99% of the 500million fucking people who use it are not enough for Miss Julia.

        kthxbai xoxox

    • shamoolia says:

      Oh Julie. She’s so dumb. I think she really fancies herself as some kind of bicoastal jet-setter but um err ooops, doesn’t maintain residences in any of the cities she frequents – no apartment, pied-a-terre, etc. Couch/ashram surfing and sponging off your parents does not mean you “live” anywhere.

    • New Year New You says:

      Not even worth dissecting, this is all she’s got as a schtick right now: Julia Allison, Omnicoastal Twitterer.

      Julie “my apartment” you say? Well your apt is in Chicago, that’s where your stuff is, that’s where you live. You’re welcome you fucktard. Also no-one cares what you put on your fakebook page, find something real to think about.

      PS: DOOOONNNNKKKKEY

    • Jacy says:

      You bitches all read my mind because I just posted about this without reading the comments first. TOOL. TOOL. TOOL.

      p.s. Donkey.

  31. The Manta says:

    I feel bad for her kids. Let’s hope her paediatrician is studied up on Münchhausen’s Syndrome By Proxy.

  32. bobsy topsy popsy says:

    Well, you could only afford to do that sort of baby-picking if your name begins with Angelina and ends with Jolie. Because as opposed to the Julia All is On school of thoughtlessness, a dyke tyke is the way to go.