Doctor Refuses to Treat Infant Because, Get This, Lesbian Parents Whaaaaat?

Doctor Refuses to Treat Infant Because, Get This, Lesbian Parents Whaaaaat?

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The world is a better place today, and Dr. Vesna Roi’s long road to the afterlife is 100% hurdle-free thanks to her refusal to treat a particularly audacious baby girl who dared to show up to the office with her two lesbian mothers. UGH, BABIES, right?

6-day-old Bay Windsor Contreras, vile hellspawn of Krista and Jami Contreras, almost got away with her plan to forever damn Dr. Roi (That’s Dr. Vesna Roi of Eastlake Pediatrics in Roseville, MI. 586.776.1010) to a fiery hell, but God is good, and thus intervened before any care could be given to that damn baby.

Thank God. (Get it?)

Last September when the expectant mothers first met Dr. Vesna Roi at Eastlake Pediatrics in Roseville. She was recommended by their midwife.

“We were really happy with her,” Krista said. “The kind of care she offered, we liked her personality, she seemed pretty friendly. She seemed pretty straight up with us.”

The Contrerasas were told to make an appointment with Roi once Bay arrived. The baby was born at home and when she was six days old – they went in.

But instead of seeing Dr. Roi,  another doctor greeted them.

“The first thing Dr. Karam said was ‘I’ll be your doctor, I’ll be seeing you today because Dr. Roi decided this morning that she prayed on it and she won’t be able to care for Bay,” Jami said.

“Dr. Karam told us she didn’t even come to the office that morning because she didn’t want to see us.”

See? She prayed on it so it’s all good. We’re cool here. Classic. You showed that baby who’s boss, Doc!

Go ahead and pray on it, and then leave your thoughts on Eastlake Pediatrics Facebook page. No threatening, no condemning, no words you wouldn’t use with your grandmother. But do please give these doctors a piece of your mind.

(via Fox Detroit)

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