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A-VERY-modern-wedding-Sex-swap-ex-fireman-weds-fourth-time-lesbian-Jamaican-30-years-younger than her (and it’s the fourth time she’s tied the knot)

In this day and age, when a thrice-married former fireman who has become a woman meets a Jamaican lesbian chef online there can only be one outcome ? wedding bells! Or, rather, civil partnership bells.

This is 66-year-old Kerry Whybrow, dressed in a full-length custom-made lilac dress, tying the knot for the first time as a woman three years after undergoing a sex change on the NHS.

Her partner is Alcia Evans, a mother of one and almost 30 years her junior, who met Miss Whybrow through an international dating website.

And after the ceremony ? and ticking the final box for a portrait of a very 21st century marriage ? one of Miss Whybrow?s former wives laid on the reception. Miss Whybrow spent 22 years in the fire service, fathered a daughter and enjoyed pursuits such as shark fishing, rugby and shooting during three marriages as the then Roger Steed.

The 6ft 2in former angling instructor met Miss Evans in 2008 but had spent just a fortnight with the 37-year-old Jamaican before she flew to England to prepare for their ?wedding?. Miss Evans, who has been living in Salt Lake City in the United States, arrived in December on a six month visa, which the couple hope will be extended in the light of their civil partnership.

They said living in Jamaica is not an option because homophobia is rife on the island. Miss Whybrow said of the ceremony at the register office in her home town of King?s Lynn, Norfolk: ?It was a wonderful day. ?There were a few strange looks from the locals when we came out of the register office but we don?t care about that. Alcia is a special lady who has given up a lot to be with me in cold rural England.

I don?t think this is what she dreamed of in life. ?I?m incredibly lucky to have found somebody who loves me for being me, after spending so much of my life as a man, always feeling something was not right.? While Miss Whybrow?s only child, Heather, 41, snubbed the ceremony ? having disowned her father in 2005 when the then Mr Steed announced he wanted to change gender ? the wedding was attended by his third wife Cindy Steed, who even hosted a reception at her bungalow outside King?s Lynn.

She remains one of only a few former friends or relatives to have stood by Miss Whybrow since the sex change. The couple, who cannot afford a honeymoon, spent the night in a local hotel.

Miss Evans, whose five-year-old son lives with his grandparents in Jamaica, wore a long green dress for the ceremony. Her parents do not know she is a lesbian, let alone that she has just entered into a civil partnership with a woman who was formerly a man.

But Miss Evans, whose sister Rogers Parnther flew in from America for the service, said she was comfortable with her partner?s background.

?I have only known Kerry as a woman and that is how I see her,? she added. ?I?m very happy with her, I love her very much.?


The Gift of Discernment
James E. Talmage
Oh, that we all had such power of discernment. That is a gift of the Spirit, to which we are entitled and we will have it as we live for it. With that gift we shall be free, to a great extent, from the deception that otherwise might lead us astray.
As the Lord gives revelations, so does Satan, each in his way. As the Lord has revelators upon the earth, so has Satan, and he is operating upon those men by his power, and they are receiving revelations, manifestations, that are just as truly of the devil as was his manifestation to Moses, to which I have referred.
We need the power of discernment. We need the inspiration of the Lord, that we may know the spirits with whom we have to deal, and recognize those who are speaking and acting under the influence of heaven, and those who are the emissaries of hell. (Conference Report, April 1931, p.28)
Delbert L. Stapley
Possessing, as we do, the endowment of the Holy Ghost, if worthy, we are entitled to the gift of discernment to guide and help us avoid the pitfalls of scheming and designing men to trap and ensnare us into the meshes of worldly lusts, influences, and pleasures. (Conference Report, October 1961, p.21)
The Holy Ghost is a revelator of truth and has the related power of discernment, which interprets the mind and motives of men; therefore it has the function of preventing confusion and deception to the possessor of this gift. (D&C 50:23-24.) [Conference Report, October 1966, p.112]
Stephen L. Richards
First, I mention the gift of discernment, embodying the power to discriminate, which has been spoken of in our hearing before particularly as between right and wrong. I believe that this gift when highly developed arises largely out of an acute sensitivity to impressions — spiritual impressions, if you will — to read under the surface as it were, to detect hidden evil, and more importantly to find the good that may be concealed. The highest type of discernment is that which perceives in others and uncovers for them their better natures, the good inherent within them. It’s the gift every missionary needs when he takes the gospel to the people of the world. He must make an appraisal of every personality whom he meets. He must be able to discern the hidden spark that may belighted for truth. The gift of discernment will save him from mistakes and
embarrassment, and it will never fail to inspire confidence in the one who is rightly appraised.
The gift of discernment is essential to the leadership of the Church. I never ordain a bishop or set apart a president of a stake without invoking upon him this divine blessing, that he may read the lives and hearts of his people and call forth the best within them. The gift and power of discernment in this world of contention between the forces of good and the power of evil is essential equipment for every son and daughter of God. There could be no such mass dissensions as endanger the security of the world, if its populations possessed this great gift in larger degree. People are generally so gullible one is sometimes led to wonder whether the great Lincoln was right, after all, in the conclusion of his memorable statement, “You can’t fool all the people all the time.” One does feel at times, however, a sense of pity and sympathy for some of the peoples of the world whose education, information, and exposure to higher ideals and exalted concepts have been so arbitrarily and ruthlessly restricted.
There is a class of people now grown sizable in the world who should possess this great gift in large degree. They know how the gift is attained. They have been educated in its spiritual foundations. They have been blessed with the counsels which foster it. They know how to order their lives to procure it. You know who they are, my brethren and sisters. Every member in the restored Church of Christ could have this gift if he willed to do so.He could not be deceived with the sophistries of the world. He could not be led astray by pseudo-prophets and subversive cults. Even the inexperienced would recognize false teachings, in a measure at least. With this gift they would be able to detect something of the disloyal, rebellious, and sinister influences which not infrequently prompt those who seemingly take pride in the destruction of youthful faith and loyalties. Discerning parents will do well to guard their children against such influences and such personalities and teachings before irreparable damage is done. The true gift of discernment is often premonitory. A sense of danger should be heeded to be of value. We give thanks for a set of providential circumstanes which avert an accident. We ought to be grateful every day of our lives for this sense which keeps alive a conscience which constantly alerts us to the dangers inherent in wrongdoers and sin. (Conference Report, April 1950, pp. 162-163)
George Q. Cannon
One of the gifts of the Gospel which the Lord has promised to those who enter into covenant with Him is the gift of discerning of spirits–a gift which is not much thought of by many and probably seldom prayed for; yet it is a gift that is of exceeding value and one that should be enjoyed by every Latter-day Saint…. No Latter-day Saint should be without this gift, because there is such a variety of spirits in the world which seek to deceive and lead astray. In a revelation to the Church upon the spirits which have gone abroad in the earth the Lord says:
“Behold, verily I say unto you, that there are many spirits which are false spirits, which have gone forth in the earth, deceiving the world.”[D&C 50:2]
The Lord warns the Saints and says: “Beware lest ye are deceived.”[D&C 46:8] And that they may not be deceived, He commands them to seek earnestly the best gifts.
The Apostle John says:
“Behold, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” [John 4:1]
This counsel of the beloved Apostle applies as much to us in these latter days as it did to the Saints of his age. All manner of spirits have gone forth to deceive, to lead astray and to obtain possession of the children of men; and many people yield to them because they are invisible and cannot, perhaps, think that they can be possessed by invisible influences. Anger, backbiting, slander, falsehood and various passions are manifested by people under the influence of false and deceptive spirits….
Now, the gift of discerning of spirits not only gives men and women who have it the power to discern the spirit with which others may be possessed or influenced, but it gives them the power to discern the spirit which influences themselves. They are able to detect a false spirit and also to know when the Spirit of God reigns within them. In private life this gift is of great importance to the Latter-day Saints. Possessing and exercising this gift they will not allow any evil influence to enter into their hearts or to prompt them in their thoughts, their words or their acts. They will repel it; and if perchance such a spirit should get possession of them, as soon as they witness its effects they will expel it or, in other words, refuse to be led or prompted by it.
The gift of discerning of spirits, also, is one that is of great importance to the Elders who are laboring in the ministry. We have known Elders become so filled with zeal and so desirous to do good, or what they supposed to be good, that they exposed themselves to the influence of the adversary. They would be filled with a species of what has been called “wildfire,” and, carried away by zeal, they would go too far; they would say and do imprudent things and yet, being prompted by the purest and best motives, would feel entirely justified in their course. In the history of the Church there have been many illustrations of this. Elders can work themselves up beyond that which is proper and wise and be led to say and do many imprudent things and overstep the line of propriety. Now, the gift of discerning of spirits is necessary to keep these kind of feelings in check.
The gift of discerning spirits is not only necessary for this purpose, but it is necessary in the branches of the Church. Newly baptized members, anxious to obtain the gifts, are liable sometimes to be taken advantage of by the adversary and to imbibe or yield to a wrong spirit. A newly organized branch of the Church, where the gifts are manifested, especially the gift of tongues, has to be watched with great care. The Elders laboring in the branch or presiding in the conference must be in a position to discern between the Spirit of the Lord and other spirits that may seek to steal in….
In all the situations in life, therefore, in which Latter-day Saints can be placed there is great need for them to possess the gift of discerning of spirits.




''Barbie Browning''


shania aka dog head

Melessia’s Profile · Melessia’s Wall

Melessia Thompsonam sadddd an lonely feel like cry
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    • Ricardo Edwards Y lessia???Wednesday at 11:34pm · 
    • Melessia Thompson mi jus cah badda nuh more a ting mi need a work mi home 2 long now an a ting bout sumtin an it a stress mi out manWednesday at 11:39pm · 
    • Nichoa Henry hush mum!! u soon gone bk on u foot!Wednesday at 11:45pm · 
    • Melessia Thompson hmmWednesday at 11:49pm · 
    • Meka Don afta dat deh slam….u get wey day … ur lonely…..sumting no right mi fren…hmmmYesterday at 12:01am · 
    • Jamar Starboy Purge Pray mel pray it happens to everyone prob com an go god see us tru jus believe..Yesterday at 12:01am · 
    • Melessia Thompson ok jimmyYesterday at 12:02am · 
    • Melessia Thompson yeh nino sumtin rongYesterday at 12:04am · 
    • Meka Don wats wrong mammieYesterday at 12:04am · 
    • Melessia Thompson mi nuh kno a gest mi need a work a suh mi can get fi be single mi caah badda ninoYesterday at 12:07am · 
    • Meka Don jus di other day u get di wickedest slam now u sad…..wat u doin 2 u self yooYesterday at 12:09am ·  ·  1 personLoading…
    • Nichoa Henry dwl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Yesterday at 12:10am · 
    • Melessia Thompson a dat mi wah ask mi self 2Yesterday at 12:11am · 
    • Meka Don u neva know u nufi mek love pon hungry belly….weh u a go do when u done dagga?Yesterday at 12:12am ·  ·  2 peopleLoading…
    • Melessia Thompson u out of oder mi neva hungry mi belly di full suh nuh badda try style mi cuz it nah work sorryYesterday at 12:15am · 
    • Meka Don mi nah stile u babes…mi jus a sey sort out u ting zimmi….a u name mel..Yesterday at 12:17am · 
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    • Meka Don so jus gwan bil denYesterday at 12:20am · 
    • Melessia Thompson y u tag mi u gal picYesterday at 12:20am · 
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    • Ronnique Beasley Don’t worry mel things Ina place jus trust in god.Yesterday at 8:40am · 
    • Melessia Thompson i willYesterday at 11:42am · 
    • Davia Thompson dnt do it jus be strong gurl u can dO IT DNT tell u self dat***Yesterday at 11:53am · 
    • Melessia Thompson am tryin not 2Yesterday at 1:46pm · 
    • Davia Thompson ok then dats betterYesterday at 1:47pm · 

Now Met this is very surprising to me how you don’t have these girl on JMG…..These girl sort-out most on the the bus man them on the down town, duhuney park, water house and white hall route…..Can I say taxi punnany!!!! They call themselves avalanche girl aka gaza girls….Them go a club every night and wine up on the ole man fi buy them drinks….(Edited out)….The one wey name melissa a jeffery hype woman all the F way she a give she don’t have nothing but clothes an hair to show….The first pic a shania aka dog head from duhuney park dnt have shit is a orginal tekka can I say…..Tansuh the song writer fi Vado, Flexx frm gully squad, shane-o, ding dong, bounty etc caan to remember right now….Pic 2 Melissa aka hair n clothes she tek the ole man them!!! The girl in the purple is decoda aka not nice the producer when him want a piece gal and still don’t have shit and don’t live no where….The last pic a popcaan gal cody aka barbie brownie she is a tekka too can I say dancer boy groupie, and still ain’t got shit……The fat one is them new recruit can I say duhuney park king size bed!!!! All of these girl are groupies and mately go dung a big yaad anyday and u will see them….Melissa a now you just a know sey yuh want a work ? And them sey cody a wife and her past clean if a laugh mi belly hurt mi…..she is a hoe like the rest of them only tru sey poppi like when she do the tings….

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